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On Oct. 31, 2017, Life Care Center of Greeneville, Tennessee, held its Third Annual Fall Fest.


Community members, residents and their families were invited to come trick-or-treat with the residents and enjoy playing corn hole, ring toss and other activities. Approximately 200 people attended the festival.


Associates also took part in a costume contest. Two associates tied for first place: Hope Broyles, business development director, who was dressed as a big baby, and Letitia Love, occupational therapist, who dressed up as Little Miss Muffett. Second place went to Patsy Cantor, physical therapist, who dressed as a mummy.


“It’s rewarding to see the smiles on the faces of the children as well as the happiness it gives our residents,” said Beverly Painter, admissions director. “We all look forward to this time of year as it kicks off the holiday season.”