Columbus Day 2017

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Today is a time to consider our seniors assisted living facilities.  Reach out and connect with them. 

Get in touch with our seniors. 

Get in touch friends and family.  Let them recognize you’re considering them.

At TLC our team emphasize the huge perk of being a relied-on support person along with friends to be a component of each residents extended social system.

Connect with seniors at  assisted living facilities this Columbus Day.

Contact a  senior loved one whenever you are able.  Our team, recognizes that  many have other obligations which will limit their time.  Making time reminds us of the importance of family. 

All close friends and family members can help create the  best lifestyle possible for each senior in our social system.  That will be you some day!

Share the sense of community our seniors enjoy.

See us online at Tender Loving Care Senior Residence or Tender Loving Care, Costa Brava Memory Care as well as share our neighborhood with others you come in contact with.

Historical note:

The first Columbus Day celebration took place in 1792.  At that time New York’s Columbian Order–better known as Tammany Hall–held an event to commemorate the historic landing’s 300th anniversary. Taking pride in Columbus’ birthplace and faith, Italian and Catholic communities began organizing annual religious ceremonies and parades in his honor.

Next, in 1892, President Benjamin Harrison issued a proclamation encouraging Americans to mark the 400th anniversary of Columbus’ voyage with patriotic festivities.

Later, in 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed Columbus Day a national holiday.  That was largely as a result of intense lobbying by the Knights of Columbus.

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