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Teen’s care for smallest life heartening

Teen’s care for smallest life heartening

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On Aug. 10, we were on the way to a doctor’s appointment in Greensboro. We were stopped by a distraught young lady near Eastern Randolph High School. She had parked her car on the side of the road and was pointing to something in the middle of the road.

I asked her what was the trouble. She handed me a tiny baby bird that had fallen out of a nest.

I told her that we would take care of the bird, and she went on her way to school. I failed to get her name but was impressed that she had enough caring to be concerned about a small life in trouble.

It is refreshing to see a teenager who cared for the smallest of life. Our hope and future depends on our youth. She made my day!

— Nancy and Tom Ellis, Ramseur

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Britthaven of Madison has a dedicated activity department.

They have four great activity directors who work hard to meet the needs of the residents.

Tricia Bullins is the activity director. She is in charge of planning the activities, making the calendars and lining up all the events. She is dedicated to her job and her employees.

Veda Lawson is an activity assistant. Veda helps out doing whatever needs to be done. She also has a great sense of humor and is dedicated to the residents and staff.

Vickie LeVan is another activity assistant. She spends the majority of her time in the Alzheimer’s unit helping with activities. Missy Allen is another activity assistant. Missy helps doing whatever needs to be done. Both are caring to the residents and staff.

I am happy that these ladies are a part of my life.

— Doneen Key, Madison

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