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With a western theme, The Manor of Seneca Hill hosted its annual resident family picnic on a weather-perfect August night.
Attending the picnic were many family members who have a loved one who resides at The Manor, a 120 skilled nursing facility. Welcoming the families to the picnic was Oswego Health Vice President and The Manor’s Chief Operating Officer Jason Santiago. Providing the entertainment was Elvis, a favorite of The Manor’s residents, who was portrayed by Tom Gilbo.
Among the families at the picnic was Mary Jane Lacey’s. Pictured in front from left are granddaughters Sheyenne and Ciari Lacey, Mary Jane Lacey and her daughter Michelle Dowd. In the back row is her son, David Lackey, along with grandson Benjamin Dowd, son-in-law, Donald Dowd and grandson Donald Dowd.
In addition to offering skilled nursing care, The Manor provides rehabilitation services for those who have had an injury, stroke or have undergone surgery, as well as an Adult Day Health Services Program. To learn more about The Manor and its programs, please call 315-349-5300.