Author: Seacoast Nursing & Rehab
Friends of Seacoast Road Race
The Friends of Seacoast next major Fundraiser will be “The Seacoast 10K Road Race.”
Enjoy beautiful foliage while running through picturesque Magnolia!
The 12th Annual Seacoast Road Race will be held on Sunday, October 25. The race will begin at Stage Fort Park at 9 a.m. and will end at Stage Fort Park. All runners have a chance to win awards and cash prizes. Sponsored by BankGloucester, Friends of Seacoast, and Seacoast Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. Come and join us while we run for a great cause. All proceeds benefit the residents of the Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
Online Registration is available by downloading the registration form by following the link for online registration at Bank.Gloucester’s website or http://www.NorthShoreTimingOnline.com
Applications are also available at: Seacoast, 292 Washington Street, Gloucester
Race Day Registration:
Race Day registration is at the Start Line tent at Stage Fort Park at 7:30 a.m.
Race begins at 9:00 a.m.
Race Fee: $25. pre-registration; $30 day of race
Directions: 128 North to Exit 14, Gloucester. Take right off exit and follow Essex Avenue for approximately four miles.
Take right at Western Avenue, then left onto Hough Avenue. Stage Fort Park is located on left.
For further information, please call JD Mac Eachern 978-675-7490.
Seacoast Nursing & Rehabilitation Center Family BBQ
On Thursday, September 10th, residents, family members and staff enjoyed a festive BBQ thanks to Paul Spinola, Seacoast’s Culinary Director, Alison Cox, Seacoast’s Activities Director and their outstanding teams. The rain changed the plans a bit but suddenly the first floor of Seacoast was transformed into BBQ Central complete with picnic tables and checkered table cloths. Spirits weren’t dampened thanks to the lively music and delicious BBQ dinner. The evening ended with a visit from ice cream truck delivering treats to all.
Seacoast celebrates summer with BBQ
On Thursday, September 10th, residents, family members and staff enjoyed a festive BBQ thanks to Paul Spinola, culinary director, Alison Cox, Activity Director and their outstanding teams. The rain changed the plans a bit but suddenly the first floor of Seacoast was transformed into BBQ Central complete with picnic tables and checkered table cloths. Spirits weren’t dampened thanks to the lively music and delicious BBQ dinner. The evening ended with a visit from the ice cream truck delivering treats to all.
CALLING ALL (ANTIQUE) CARS!
Lifelong Gloucester resident celebreates 100th Birthday
Georgia Forrest, a life long resident of Gloucester celebrated her 100th BD at Seacoast Nursing & Rehabilitation Center surrounded by family, friends and local dignitaries. Family came as far from the west coast to share this momentous occasion with Georgia. Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken was in attendance to present one of a number of certificates and citations to Georgia in honor of her 100th BD. Representatives from Bank Gloucester were also present and thanked her for her years of service as a dedicated employee. Seacoast’s executive director, Stephen Doyle, led the party goers in a enthusiastic rendition of Happy Birthday.
All of us at Seacoast wish Georgia a Happy and Healthy 100th Birthday!
Friends of Seacoast Raffle
Seacoast Offers Presentation “Taking Care of Ourselves: Preventing Professional Burnout”
Seacoast Employee Recognition
Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation honored it’s employees with multiple years of service, during a Employee Recognition breakfast this past week. Awards and gifts were given to employees that had been with the company in some cases, as long as 20 years.
It was a fantastic event, and perhaps the most meaningful moments came when the residents applauded and cheered as each name was announced.
Rotary donation for Seacoast improvements
On Thursday, Patrick Thorpe, President of the Gloucester Rotary was on hand with fellow Rotarians to present Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation with a check for $1,000. The Gloucester Rotary donated the funds to aid in the renovation of the living room for the short term residents.
Seacoast Executive Director, Stephen Doyle accepted the donation, and expressed his and the staff’s gratitude in allowing Seacoast to improve the stay of their patients.