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Updated: 10/02/2012 04:43:43PM

Open house held

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PHOTO BY CASEY JACOBY

The Alzheimer's Association set up a table at the open house. Here is Suzanne Lull, Alzheimer's Association Support Group Facilitator, Elaine Auger, Alzheimer's Association Support Group Facilitator and Patti Spears, Grace Healthcare Administrator

PHOTO BY CASEY JACOBY

From left is Harold Gallup, Lake Wales Director of Economic Development, Donna Kay, Adult Day Care Center Administrator and Lori Miller, Director of Wound Healing at Lake Wales Medical Center, who were part of the open house at the Lake Wales Center.

PHOTO BY CASEY JACOBY

Some people who attended Thursday's open house included, from left, Mike Mason, Polk County Veterans Support Services, Marcia Andresen, Social Services Director, Hope Jones, Elderly Services Manager and Ernie Roberts, Polk County Veterans Support Services

PHOTO BY CASEY JACOBY

County Commissioner Bob English and Donna Kay, Adult Day Care Center administrator, were all smiles Thursday at the open house at the Lake Wales center.

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The Lake Wales Adult Day Health Care Center provided tours of its facilities to 88 visitors during an open house last Thursday. The Alzheimer’s Association, Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, Veteran’s Support Services, caregiver support providers and government officials were on hand to provide information about the services available. The two-year-old center where the open house was held is at 305 W. Central Ave. There are also facilities in Bartow, 615 Jackson Ave.; Haines City, 751 Scenic Highway; and Lakeland, 1200 Southern Ave.

The daily cost for services is $45.

— Cassie Jacoby




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