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Karen Cummins, President of the Mendenhall Flying Lions Club, presents Mary Miller, Executive Director of The BRIDGE Adult Day Program with a check to help in the development of their outside garden project to pave the pathway to make it easier for clients of The BRIDGE to attend to their personal flower or garden boxes. Having their own "special spot" increases their activities socially and mentally to give them a sense of
Photo: BRIDGE Building 093009 NEWS 3 Capital City Weekly Karen Cummins, President of the Mendenhall Flying Lions Club, presents Mary Miller, Executive Director of The BRIDGE Adult Day Program with a check to help in the development of their outside garden project to pave the pathway to make it easier for clients of The BRIDGE to attend to their personal flower or garden boxes. Having their own "special spot" increases their activities socially and mentally to give them a sense of

Photo Courtesy Of Karen Cummins/Mendenhall Flying Lions Club

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Story last updated at 9/30/2009 - 11:33 am

Photo: BRIDGE Building

Karen Cummins, President of the Mendenhall Flying Lions Club, presents Mary Miller, Executive Director of The BRIDGE Adult Day Program with a check to help in the development of their outside garden project to pave the pathway to make it easier for clients of The BRIDGE to attend to their personal flower or garden boxes. Having their own "special spot" increases their activities socially and mentally to give them a sense of

accomplishment and responsibilities. The BRIDGE Adult Day Program, through Catholic Community Services, offers adult day center assistant to seniors who are physically, mentally, or functionally impaired and require some level of care, companionship, or supervision or benefit from stimulating activities. The services The BRIDGE provides include adult day social programs, Alzheimer's day care and adult day health care. All three are daytime programs designed for seniors with health and/or social needs.


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