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The Manor recognizes longtime volunteer

Hospital news | Friday, February 19, 2016

Contact: Marion Ciciarelli

The staff at The Manor at Seneca Hill recently recognized longtime volunteer Gladys Little with a special party to thank her for her dedicated service. Little, who is a resident of the nearby Springside at Seneca Hill, has volunteered at the Oswego Health skilled nursing facility for the past 15 years.

Little said she enjoyed her years of volunteering at The Manor and encouraged others to consider donating their time. “It was rewarding,” she said. “I especially like volunteering in the gift shop, which gave me the opportunity to talk to a lot of people, including the residents and rehab patients, as well as their family members and other visitors.”

Oswego Health Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of The Manor Jason Santiago said that he appreciated Little’s volunteer work. “Our residents and patients benefit greatly from our volunteers,” he said. “Whether it’s assisting at one of our activities or finding a way to spend some time with a resident, it’s just so wonderful to see the special care our volunteers provide.”

In the photo, from left are Gladys Daniels, Gladys Little and Wanda Watkins. Both Daniels and Watkins are Manor volunteers. Community members who would like to become a Manor volunteer should call 349-5359. Among the volunteer opportunities are working in the gift shop, assisting those who attend the adult day health services program, as well as helping residents and rehab patients at physical therapy sessions and other activities.