Hawthorne Inn celebrates National Nursing Home Week

Every skilled nursing care center embodies a unique and vibrant spirit and community for residents, volunteers and staff alike. Acts of kindness, generosity and compassion from proud veterans, immigrants, and hardworking people of different faiths fill the walls of each center.

During National Nursing Home Week (r) (NNHW), May 14 to 20, skilled nursing care centers will unite under the theme, “The Spirit of America.” 

This theme underscores the bond between staff, volunteers and residents that capture the American spirit. Hawthorne Inn of Danville will be celebrating each day with a different “theme.”  

They would love to have the community stop by any day and encourage them to dress in whatever outfit/costume they choose which goes along with the theme.  

Here is a list of the themes:

• Monday, May 15 - Team Spirit Day - Wear Your Favorite Team Jersey or Shirt (the DACC Baseball Team will be joining us at 2 p.m. to visit with resident as well as play Corn Hole and Wiffle Ball with them.

• Tuesday, May 16 - Celebrity Day - Dress Like Your Favorite Star, Singer or Celebrity (1st, 2nd and 3rd place prices for best dressed) - contest begins at 2 p.m.

• Wednesday, May 17 - Community Day -Wear Your Favorite Awareness/Organization T-Shirt. Vendors will be set up from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. - be sure to come see what they have to offer

• Thursday, May 18 - Proud to Be An American Day - Wear Red, White & Blue - Jr. ROTC

Presentation at 2 p.m.

•  Friday, May 19 - Liberty Village 5-Star Day - Wear Your Favorite Liberty Village T-Shirt - Hoosier Daddy will perform at 2 p.m.

There will be refreshments each day at 2 p.m.  The public is invited to attend all of the events which will be held at Hawthorne Inn, 3222 Independence Drive, Danville. 

For more information, contact Amy Thompson, Marketing Director, at 497-1602

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