Seward, NE: First Grade Readers!

“You’re never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child.” There is debate over who said this, but the fact remains true: Reading with a child is good for you! The First Grade students from St. John Lutheran School visited us this month and sang songs about Jesus and read stories to us! How fun it was to read the silly rhyming stories of Dr. Seuss, whose birthday is celebrated during the month of March. The first graders did a wonderful job reading, and we thank them for visiting with us!

Excellence:  We continually pursue opportunities to improve ourselves and the services we provide. We learn from our experiences, build on our successes, and make changes when changes are beneficial. We develop people’s strengths and remain committed to becoming the Best of the Best.

Submitted By:

Anuhea Corbin, Life Enrichment Coordinator

Ridgewood Rehabilitation and Care Center, Seward NE