2017-04-20 / Happenings

Masons donate to The Lighthouse


MASONIC DONATION Masons from Houghton Lake-Roscommon Masonic Lodge #579 recently donated $1,000 to The Lighthouse at Roscommon Health & Rehabilitation Center for its Christmas fund. Pictured are (front row, left to right) residents Connie Clark and Cindy Harris, (back row) Director of Nursing Chrystal Gleeson, Business Of­fice Coordinator Shelly Osim, Director of Rehabilitation (and physical therapist assistant) Emmett Heine, Business Office Manager Dawn Flores, Director of Dining Services Dennie Morris, MDS Coordinator Kelly Elliott, Nursing Manager Kassie Burden, Social Worker Cindy Herrick, Penny Sloan from medical records, Assistant Director of Nursing Roberta Wilt, Director of Maintenance Michael Bentley, Lighthouse Admin­istrator Danelle Tighe, Certified Recreational Therapist Amanda Dobrzelewski, Past Master Jerry Frost, Worshipful Master Chuck Sargent, Senior Warden Chip McCullough, Treasurer Marty Wigginton, Junior Deacon Randy Richardson, Secretary Kevin Vineyard and Senior Deacon Rich Richardson. (Photo by Cheryl Holladay) MASONIC DONATION Masons from Houghton Lake-Roscommon Masonic Lodge #579 recently donated $1,000 to The Lighthouse at Roscommon Health & Rehabilitation Center for its Christmas fund. Pictured are (front row, left to right) residents Connie Clark and Cindy Harris, (back row) Director of Nursing Chrystal Gleeson, Business Of­fice Coordinator Shelly Osim, Director of Rehabilitation (and physical therapist assistant) Emmett Heine, Business Office Manager Dawn Flores, Director of Dining Services Dennie Morris, MDS Coordinator Kelly Elliott, Nursing Manager Kassie Burden, Social Worker Cindy Herrick, Penny Sloan from medical records, Assistant Director of Nursing Roberta Wilt, Director of Maintenance Michael Bentley, Lighthouse Admin­istrator Danelle Tighe, Certified Recreational Therapist Amanda Dobrzelewski, Past Master Jerry Frost, Worshipful Master Chuck Sargent, Senior Warden Chip McCullough, Treasurer Marty Wigginton, Junior Deacon Randy Richardson, Secretary Kevin Vineyard and Senior Deacon Rich Richardson. (Photo by Cheryl Holladay) Members of Houghton Lake- Roscommon Masonic Lodge #579 donated $1,000 to The Lighthouse at Roscommon Health and Rehabilitation Center (formerly Hilltop Manor Health Care Center) April 13.

Through their fundraising efforts, the Masons were able to present the dona­tion, which will be used for the facility’s Christmas fund.

Past Master Jerry Frost, who is also the chef at The Lighthouse, said the lodge members voted in favor of the do­nation.

In exchange, the Masons were pre­sented with a certificate of appreciation, recognizing their “generous donation” and their “willingness to share joy and kindness to the residents of The Light­house at Roscommon.”

Worshipful Master Chuck Sargent, who said the Masons believe in broth­erly love, announced that members had toured the facility, now under new own­ership, and noted the improvements.

“It really looks good,” he said.

Lighthouse Administrator Danelle Tighe said she was “glad and honored” to have the Masons visit. She said the new owners have “really stepped it up” and it has been “a very smooth transi­tion.”

“[It is an] honor and privilege for useto be out here,” Sargent said.

Among the Masons attending the donation beside Sargent and Frost were Secretary Kevin Vineyard, Junior Dea­con Randy Richardson, Senior Deacon Rich Richardson, Senior Warden Chip McCullough and Treasurer Marty Wig­ginton.

Representing The Lighthouse at Roscommon besides Tighe were Direc­tor of Nursing Chrystal Gleeson, Cer­tified Recreational Therapist Amanda Dobrzelewski, Social Worker Cindy Herrick, Director of Rehabilitation (and physical therapist assistant) Emmett Heine, MDS Coordinator Kelly Elliott, Penny Sloan from medical records, Di­rector of Dining Services Dennie Morris, Nursing Manager Kassie Burden, Assis­tant Director or Nursing Roberta Wilt, Business Office Coordinator Shelly Osim, Business Office Manager Dawn Flores and Director of Maintenance Mi­chael Bentley.

Also present were residents Connie Clark and Cindy Harris.

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