Senior Briefs: 12-28-12 PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 28 December 2012 09:57
BG Manor hosts performance
The younger students of Walter Baker and Grace Baker performed a Christmas program for the residents of Bowling Green Manor on Saturday.
The children were Estella Burns, 7, playing both piano and violin; Jerzey Burns, 4; Magdalena Meszaros, 7, and big sister Cali Burns, playing violin and piano.
The program ended with the Bakers playing Gesu Bambino.

Kronbach thanked for service to Briar Hill
NORTH BALTIMORE - Rev. Susan Kronbach, a member of the Advisory Board of Briar Hill Health Campus since 2007, was recently recognized for providing outstanding service to the campus
Kronbach, pastor at the Church of the Good Shepherd United Methodist Church for the past eight and a half years, is part of a group that provides feedback to the campus about their services to their residents and the community. During its meetings topics discussed include Briar Hill's bi-annual customer satisfaction surveys, upcoming and past campus events, the results of charitable fund raisers, and other campus updates.
Kronbach has two decades of experience with long- and short-term care facilities.
Briar Hill is a Trilogy Health Services senior living community, one of 74 throughout Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan and Illinois.

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