OHCF enjoys Christmas program

Posted 12/27/21

Residents of Okeechobee Health Care Facility were treated to a visit and program by a local church.

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OHCF enjoys Christmas program

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OKEECHOBEE -- For the first time in nearly two years, residents of Okeechobee Health Care Facility were treated to a visit and program by a local church. 

Narrators Gia Pasquarella, Mia Pasquarella, Liam DuPree and Brandon Entry described the action as it took place.
Narrators Gia Pasquarella, Mia Pasquarella, Liam DuPree and Brandon Entry described the action as it took place.

In the past, community clubs, groups and churches regularly called to set up events and programs with the residents, but due to COVID-19,  the Christmas play performed by Everglades Baptist Church was the first in a very long time.

Children and adults performed a simple play, and residents sang along to familiar Christmas carols. 

Daisy and Javier Rodriguez played Mary and Joseph in the Christmas play.
Daisy and Javier Rodriguez played Mary and Joseph in the Christmas play.
Residents were excited to see the children and are looking forward to the next group who comes to see them.

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