Independent Living residents at Luther Acres, a Luthercare community in Lititz, organized their own “Community Clamor” event last week during a shift change to thank our healthcare heroes for their hard work, dedication, and commitment to keeping our communities healthy and safe!
More than 160 residents showed their support on Wednesday, April 27, by cheering, holding up signs, and banging on pots and pans or musical instruments at several locations on campus, including the Healthcare Center and the Personal Care Apartment Building.
The event was planned in connection with Wednesday’s Lititz and Warwick Township – Community Clamor event, an effort led by LNP + LancasterOnline and Music For Everyone.
This deeply emotional and uplifting display of encouragement was a great blessing to Luthercare’s frontline healthcare workers – reminding them just how much support they can count on from the Luther Acres community. To all of our residents, thank you for your support and for reminding us that we’re all in this together.
In the photo at left, Luther Acres residents applaud Luther Acres team members outside the Healthcare Center during the “Community Clamor” on Wednesday. Luther Acres resident Jim and Marlene Whitehead, in photo at right, brought bells to ring during the event.
Founded in 1949, Luthercare, a social ministry organization affiliated with the Lower Susquehanna Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and a member of Lutheran Services in America, is a leading provider of independent, personal care and skilled care residences in Lancaster and Lebanon counties. Luthercare operates Luther Acres, a Continuing Care Retirement Community in Lititz, Pa.; Spang Crest, a rehabilitation center, skilled nursing and memory support personal care community in Lebanon, Pa.; and St. John’s Herr Estate, an independent living and personal care community in Columbia, Pa. Additionally, Luthercare operates four PA Keystone Stars-accredited child care and early learning centers in Lancaster, Marietta, Reamstown and Annville. Luthercare, a pioneer in Child Care Programs, also offers a Mentoring Program, which aids home-based child care providers in Lebanon and Lancaster counties.