On Aug. 12, 2017, Marysville Care Center in Marysville, Washington, partnered with three local soccer teams from the Pilchuck Soccer Alliance to organize a car wash to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s Association....
Gloria Payne came to Marysville Care Center in Marysville, Washington, for rehabilitation on April 2, 2017.
Payne was healing from infection, and she was severely weakened. She could not walk or stand at all when she arrived, and she needed extensive assistance to bathe....
On Oct. 31, 2016, Marysville Care Center in Marysville, Washington, hosted its annual Trick-or-Treat event.
Approximately 338 community members showed up to go from door to door inside the facility gathering candy from residents, who were happy to hand it out and see all the costumes. Residents gave out more than 400 pounds of candy.
Maria VanKlaveren was in need of extensive rehabilitation when she came to Marysville Care Center in Washington on May 29, 2016.
VanKlaveren had visited the facility previously for rehabilitation after a heart attack. This time, she needed rehab for a total hip replacement.
On June 18, 2016, residents “King” Robert Stecher and “Queen” Mary Simmons represented Marysville Care Center in the Marysville, Washington, 85th annual local Strawberry Festival parade.
Each year, the city of Marysville puts on a week-long Strawberry Festival, and on the last day there is a grand parade.
On April 7, 2016, residents of Marysville Care Center in Marysville, Washington, were able to take advantage of the nice weather with a scenic drive up to Mount Vernon, Washington, to check out the annual Tulip Festival.
Residents loaded up on the bus, and driver Rhonda Berg took them on the scenic route to Skagit County, where thousands of tulips are in bloom in early spring.
On Feb. 11, 2016, Marysville Care Center in Marysville, Washington, hosted its annual Sweethearts Dinner with a record attendance.
Sixty-five residents and their family members enjoyed the special meal, filling the dining room and therapy gym. The dietary team pulled out all the stops on the three-course Italian meal, which included Caesar salad; fresh-baked bread; spaghetti and meat sauce, chicken fettuccini or cheese tortellini; cheesecake and mousse.
Every year on Halloween, Marysville Care Center in Marysville, Washington, opens its doors for a “spooktacular” Trick-or-Treat Street event.
Resident and associates dress up as goblins and ghouls, princesses and animals and invite the community into their home.