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Life Care Centers in Puyallup raise awareness for national causes

Associates at Life Care Center of Puyallup dressed in red for National Wear Red Day®

Life Care Center of Puyallup and Life Care Center of South Hill in Puyallup, Washington, recently celebrated National Blood Donor Month (January) and American Heart Month (February).

The two facilities, located about a mile apart, took part in some friendly competition during January to see which one could register the most blood donations. Then, on Feb. 3, both facilities participated in the American Heart Association’s National Wear Red Day® to raise awareness of women’s heart health. Associates dressed in red and helped residents do the same.

Veterans at Life Care Center of Puyallup get valentines from kids

Some of the valentines for veterans

For the past few years, U.S. Rep. Denny Heck has spearheaded a project for school children to create valentines for local veterans.

In 2016, the congressman personally delivered some of the valentines to veterans at Life Care Center of Puyallup, Washington. Life Care Center of Puyallup and Life Care Center of South Hill, also in Puyallup, are located near one of the largest combined military bases in the country, and many veterans and their families choose to settle in the area after their service.

Students spread holiday cheer at Life Care Center of Puyallup

Community In Schools leadership and Cyndi Anderson, business development director, in front of one of the Christmas trees

The Communities In Schools of Puyallup’s, March Gladness Leadership Team decorated Christmas trees for Life Care Center of Puyallup, Washington, in early December 2016.

For the second year in a row, approximately 25 students volunteered to decorate the facility’s Christmas trees.

Life Care Center of Puyallup celebrates National Night Out

Resident Robert Doepker and his daughter, Tamra Pihl, Puyallup Police Department Captain

Life Care Center of Puyallup, Washington, hosted a barbecue for residents, associates, the community and local police, fire and rescue personnel on Aug. 2, 2016.

The barbecue was organized to celebrate National Night Out and show support for those who serve and protect.