Submitted photo MVNU SMILE Group & Track Team came out to the Country Club Rehabilitation Campus’s Spring Fling event Wednesday. Pictured are, front row, from left, Brennan Crawford, Justis Paul, Molly Scheich, Lindsey Goehring, Sara Petron, Emerson Hamsher and Morgan Forney; and back row, Simon Taylor, Clayton Slemmons, Owen Adkins, Jacob Lofton, Kara Andrews and Katy Hillger.
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MVNU SMILE Group & Track Team came out to the Country Club Rehabilitation Campus’s Spring Fling event Wednesday. Pictured are, front row, from left, Brennan Crawford, Justis Paul, Molly Scheich, Lindsey Goehring, Sara Petron, Emerson Hamsher and Morgan Forney; and back row, Simon Taylor, Clayton Slemmons, Owen Adkins, Jacob Lofton, Kara Andrews and Katy Hillger.

MOUNT VERNON — Country Club Rehabilitation Campus Activities staff Wednesday co-hosted a March Spring Fling with the Students Making an Impact in the Lives of the Elderly (SMILE) group in celebration of the beginning of spring with CCRC residents.

SMILE is a group of students from Mount Vernon Nazarene University that come to CCRC on a regular schedule to fellowship with residents on Sunday evenings.

The Spring Fling was a special way for the students and residents to connect socially. This year MVNU’s SMILE group invited its track team to ensure all the ladies at CCRC had lots of dancing partners. The evening was filled with fun, laughter, fellowship, music, dancing to the oldies and great food, a festive time to enjoy each other.

 

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