Sunday, January 24, 2021

Santa’s Paws Walk to Meaford LTC

The Beautiful Joe Heritage Society (BJHS) spread some safe cheer to the residents of the Meaford Long Term Care Centre on Saturday, December 19.

The BJHS invited dog owners to dress their dogs in festive attire and join in a Santa’s Paw Walk to the care home dining room windows during the residents lunch hour.

This is such a difficult time for residents and staff,” said Sharon Mansion, Vice Chair of Beautiful Joe Heritage Society. “We just felt it was a thoughtful way to spread a bit of happiness.”

Photo: Kerry Sue Kelly and her dog Raven visited residents of the Meaford Long Term Care Centre from a safe distance outside the care home’s dining room during the Santa’s Paws Walk organized by the Beautiful Joe Heritage Society.

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