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CHC parade

Virgie Cook with a sign of hope to be able to see and talk to loved ones soon in person.
Buster Cullers’ mom with her van decorated with signs and streamers waving and saying I love you to Buster.
Rehab director Tricia Byers and Lauren Boso watch the cars go by.
A drive-by parade was held last week at the Calcutta Health Care Center, which has not had any visitors since the middle of March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Above, Joan Soldano’s family drove by with signs and lots of love for Joan.
Sharon Barrett’s mother passed away a week before the parade but she still wanted to show her appreciation to CHCC for the love and care they provided to her mom, Mary Williams, and also to send love to other residents.
Joan Soldano.
Ruth Weekley with a sign for her daughter-in-law Linda, granddaughter Shelly and her great grandchildren.
Submitted photos Charlotte and Gerald Goodballet were so excited to see their daughter. Gerald was overcome with emotions seeing all the people who cared enough to come out and put a smile on the residents’ faces.
Dianne Cowsert with an I love you sign for all the cars driving by.

A drive-by parade was held last week at the Calcutta Health Care Center, which has not had any visitors since the middle of March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Above, Joan Soldano’s family drove by with signs and lots of love for Joan.

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