A very large thank you to all of the kind and generous people who supported The Williamsport Home and Apartments during the Raise the Region Event! We know there many worthy causes vying for your gifts and we are honored that so many of you chose to support us. 

The money will be well spent keeping our beautiful campus even more beautiful for the pleasure and enjoyment of all of our residents. As we age and our world becomes smaller, the view outside our window becomes more and more important. 

It is still winter... and the residents of The Williamsport Home Apartments are still finding fun things to do. Thursday, February 28th, 45 of them got on a school bus and went back to school. Well, not really. They went to Lewisburg High School and enjoyed a matinee of the musical Bye Bye Birdie! The kids there did an amazing job and it was a very professional production. The singing was wonderful. After the play a stop at County Cupboard for dinner was enjoyed by everyone.

On February 12th "B" Building had their Candle Light Luncheon. Everyone commented on how good the steak was and how nice it was to have staff and board members serve their lunches! What is better than good food, good friends and lots of laughter?

Tuesday, February 19th was a super busy winter day at The Williamsport Home and Apartments. In the Afternoon "A" Building had their Candle Light Luncheon. In the evening C and B building had a bus trip to the Southside Eatery for great Italian Food! Everyone had a full tummy and a good time!!

Congratulations to Evie Shipman and Rebecca Getgen, Certified Nursing Assistants at The Williamsport Home Skilled Nursing Center. Evie and Rebecca were nominated and selected by their team to represent The Williamsport Home at this years YOU CAREgiver training hosted by Affinity.

Evie and Rebecca were selected for their dedication and positive example of service. Thank you for representing The Williamsport Home at this event!

Does The Williamsport Home have Volunteer Opportunities?

Yes we do! Most people think that you need a special skill of some kind to volunteer in a Skilled Nursing Facility. 
Nothing could be further from the truth. Do you like to sit outside on a covered porch on a warm sunny day? Do you like to chat? Can you play cards or paint fingernails? Would you be willing to read to a resident that has lost the ability to read for themselves?

If you do have a skill such as painting, playing an instrument, singing, have a registered Service animal, or any other talent you would like to share please call us. You are not too old or too young to make a difference!

There are so many ways you could be helpful and brighten the day of a resident. If you are interested please Contact Dawnette Shobert, the Activities Director at The Williamsport Home at 570-323-8781.

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