Local Students Share ‘Hugs for Humanity’

Residents enjoyed two exciting days full of young energy in Observance of “Hugs for Humanity” Days. On April 20th the two classes of  4-K children came in the morning and afternoon to sing songs for the residents and enjoy a snack with them.
Friday, April 21, the 4th grade students came for Bingo in the morning and paired up to assist residents. Everyone won a prize and the children  were all treated to snacks and juice before leaving.
In the afternoon on the Friday the 2nd of May, grade class came to read for the residents.  The students took turns reading to the residents at each table. Residents helped if the students got stuck on a word, but the students had all practiced their books and did a marvelous job of reading. Refreshments were served to top off the afternoon. Everyone enjoyed these special days with the children.
Augusta Health and Rehabilitation is a senior living community in Augusta, Wisconsin. They are well-known for skilled nursing care, assisted living, and rehabilitation services.