Intergenerational Fun At JMPC

Cornerstone Christian Academy student James Carpenter plays tic-tac-toe with John M Parrott Centre resident Donna Godfrey. Photo by Adam Prudhomme.

Adam Prudhomme

It was fun for all ages at the John M Parrott Centre on Wednesday as Cornerstone Christian Academy students paid a visit to some of the residents of the long-term care home.

With the home currently closed to visitors, the students and residents still managed to interact by playing tic-tac-toe and drawing pictures through the window. The students stayed outside while the residents were came to the window to have some fun. The students also dropped off some games and crafts, which were sanitized and given to the residents.

Olivia VanSteenbergen draws a picture for Muriel Kellogg. Photo by Adam Prudhomme.

Peyton Denstedt smiles with John M Parrott Centre Helen Noble. Upon learning it would soon be her 83rd birthday, Peyton drew balloons and party hats to help celebrate the occasion. Photo by Adam Prudhomme.


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