Geneva, NE: Heritage Crossing Goes Apple Picking

Our residents at Heritage had a special invitation from our Director of Nursing to go to her farm and pick apples from her apple tree. We were blessed with a beautiful fall day to go pick apples out at Laura Lea’s farm. Everyone was eager to get out of the bus and help. We took a quick trip to York after all our hard work and Margaret Petro bought hot fudge sundaes for everyone who helped. We then came back to Heritage, peeled, and froze the apples to make tasty treats during our “Let’s Cook” days. A big “thank you” to Laura Lea and Margaret Petro for making this outing so special for our residents.

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Submitted by Rachel Chaney, Social Services
Heritage Crossings, Geneva, NE