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Friday, August 22, 2014

Ice challenge at Shelton community benefits ALS

Staff from Wesley Village pose for a photo before getting drenched for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Pictured from left: Dave Lawlor, Jarred Worthy, Gary Maglio, Endra Newell, Carlene Rhea, Debra Samorajczyk, Mary Ann Milano, Jordan Cohen, Linda McPhail, Pete Belval. / Contributed photo

SHELTON - Staff and residents at Wesley Village gathered together last week to proudly participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, throwing buckets of cold, icy water on team members to raise money for a worthy cause.
Beginning the challenge Aug. 19 were staff members from Bishop Wicke Health and Rehabilitation Center, who then nominated UMH President and CEO Dave Lawlor and Wesley Village Vice President of Operations, Pete Belval, who were both soaked along with other staff within the next 24 hours.

To check out the video, visit the UMH Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/umhcaring.


Wesley Village is located at 580 Long Hill Ave. and includes Crosby Commons Assisted Living Community, Wesley Heights Assisted and Independent Living Community, and Bishop Wicke Health and Rehabilitation Center.
The campus provides a continuum of relationship-centered care and is owned and operated by United Methodist Homes, a local, not-for-profit organization.

For information about Wesley Village, visit www.wesleyvillage-ct.org or call 203-225-5000.


This is a press release from United Methodist Homes.



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