In photo are Kel Stansell, left, Barry Weaver, Eric Freeman, Phila Goins, Micah Akins, Brent Runyon and Annette Smith.
In photo are Tanner Calfee, left, Stan Clark, Frank Abel, David Hanshaw, Annette Smith, Perry Rogers, Carrie Wooten, Josh Edgeworth, Ali Eller and Chuck Payne
Life Care Center of Cleveland recently took lunches to first responders in the Cleveland and Bradley County community. “We wanted to show our appreciation to our firefighters and EMS workers,” said Annette Smith, marketing director. “We appreciate these men and women for all they do and the sacrifices they and their families make for us.” Smith and Phila Goins, marketing director for Garden Plaza at Cleveland, delivered lunches to firemen at five different stations and three battalions from Aug. 21-23. On Sept. 19, Smith and Carrie Wooten, leasing counselor for Garden Plaza, made the rounds to Bradley County EMS for all three shifts. “They seemed happy to get lunch,” said Smith. “Some were eagerly waiting outside for us and helped carry the food in.” Life Care Center of Cleveland, located at 3530 Keith St., N.W., is one of 25 skilled nursing and rehabilitation facilities in Tennessee operated or managed by Life Care Centers of America. Founded in 1976, Life Care is a nationwide health care company. With headquarters in Cleveland, Tenn., Life Care operates or manages more than 220 nursing, post-acute and Alzheimer’s centers in 28 states. For more information about Life Care, visit lcca.com.