Grace Plaza Center Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

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From left: Eileen Delgenio, resident; Velma Crawford, recreational therapist; Francesca Welhous, recreational therapist; David Sterling, assistant director of Therapeutic Recreation; Patrick Roniger, bagpiper; Mayor Jean Celender
From left: Eileen Delgenio, resident; Velma Crawford, recreational therapist; Francesca Welhous, recreational therapist; David Sterling, assistant director of Therapeutic Recreation; Patrick Roniger, bagpiper; Mayor Jean Celender

Grace Plaza Nursing & Rehabilitation Center held its annual St. Patrick’s Day celebration on Thursday, March 17. The Therapeutic Recreation Department put together some wonderful entertainment of musical bagpipers for the residents’ enjoyment. Mayor Jean Celender stopped by for a special visit. Grace Plaza likes to put on special events like this to improve the quality of life for its residents.

Grace Plaza was established in 1972 as a 214-bed short- and long-term skilled nursing and rehabilitation center in Great Neck, and offers care in subacute rehabilitation, including geriatric care, rehabilitative care, respiratory therapy and medically complex care. For more information, call 516-466-3001 or visit www.graceplaza.com.

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