Halloween at North Creek Nursing Home was a nice surprise for residents when many of the nurses and aids, secretary and kitchen help, laundry girls and nearly all of the dedicated morning staff came to work in some very cute and original Halloween attire.
The residents sure enjoyed their first view of the care giver who gave everyone a big laugh. In their rooms for early a.m. breakfast, carrying a tray, in walked a witch all dressed in black with a big tall hat, in other rooms trays were delivered by a pink bunny; or a hillbilly; or Ellie Mae Clampett, or one in a monster mask ... and many more original cover ups ... which gave the residents a few laughs and set the pace for a Happy Day.
The girls in the office got in on the fun, too. One had a truck driver uniform, and there was a happy witch with a big orange hat, an Indian Chief, a ballerina, a SNAP ON Tool Man, Rosie the Riveter, a devil costume, a Nun, a hippie and so many more. They did not neglect their jobs and still found time to bring delight to all residents of the Home.
A nice surprise at lunch time for the folks who ate in the dining rooms were dozens of small school children parading through in costumes from Johnsburg School.
To top the day off some visitors and day time workers brought their small children, in their cute little outfits, to visit many patients.