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Decorating fun

The Residence at Morgan Crossing held a festive decoration competition in December. - Contributed photo
The Residence at Morgan Crossing held a festive decoration competition in December.
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Residents at an assisted-living and senior-care facility tried their hand at decorating for an annual holiday contest

The Residence at Morgan Heights invited families, residents, tenants and staff to once again work together to decorate their neighbourhoods.

In the first week of December, each neighbourhood was given a tree and a start-up box of decorations, and from there the styling and decorating began, said Jacky Barszczewski, marketing manager at the facility.

“The competition is all about having fun and making a beautiful Christmas experience for everyone,” she said.

 

 

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