Monday, 16 November 2015 10:05

Morningstar Honors Vets at Veterans' Day Luncheon

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Staff from Morningstar Residential Care Center welcomed Retired Petty Officer First Class of CB Battalion, U.S.N. David Burnett as the guest speaker for Morningstar’s annual Veterans’ Day Luncheon. Morningstar recognized its resident veterans with a special prime rib luncheon in their honor.  Pictured with Burnett from left are: are Director of Activities Kelsey Rose and Activities Aides Heidi Baldwin and Doreen Shortt. Staff from Morningstar Residential Care Center welcomed Retired Petty Officer First Class of CB Battalion, U.S.N. David Burnett as the guest speaker for Morningstar’s annual Veterans’ Day Luncheon. Morningstar recognized its resident veterans with a special prime rib luncheon in their honor. Pictured with Burnett from left are: are Director of Activities Kelsey Rose and Activities Aides Heidi Baldwin and Doreen Shortt. Submitted photo

Proud veterans gathered to reminisce, share their experiences and honor their fellow veterans as Morningstar Residential Care Center in Oswego hosted a Veterans’ Day Luncheon to recognize its residents that bravely served their country in the United States Armed Forces.

Residents were treated to a special luncheon featuring prime rib with all the fixings, shrimp cocktail and homemade chocolate cake. The event was one of several themed luncheons that Morningstar offers its residents throughout the year.

“We’re proud of our veterans and are pleased be able to recognize them on Veterans’ Day and thank them for their selfless service to our country,” said Director of Activities Kelsey Rose. “Our luncheon was the highlight of the activities that we held in honor of our veterans.”

Located at 17 Sunrise Drive in Oswego, Morningstar Residential Care Center is a family-owned and operated, 120-bed long-term and sub-acute skilled nursing facility with full rehabilitation services. For more information you may contact them at (315) 342-4790 or visit them online at www.morningstarcares.com.

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