Clinton House Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, the 88-bed subacute and skilled nursing facility, is hosting a special Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 3, at 10 a.m. Children aged two to 12 years old, as well as their parents and other community members, are invited to participate in this fun event.
The Easter egg hunt, which will take place in the front yard of Clinton House Rehab, at 809 West Freeman St. in Frankfort, will also allow the facility’s residents to join in. Residents will social distance outside and will be able to enjoy the fresh air while watching the kids hunt for the eggs. No reservations are needed to participate in the Easter egg hunt, weather permitting.
The eggs will be filled by both residents and staff members with toys and candy. There will be six “magic eggs” that will contain a number that will correspond to special prizes that will be given at the end of the event, letting the lucky kids who find them win these fun gifts.
“It is so nice that the residents will be able to spend some time outdoors watching the kids hunt for the eggs,” said Tracy Wells, Administrator of Clinton House. “Giving back to our community is always important, especially during these times, so we look forward to seeing Frankfort’s children come over for the hunt and have a great time outside.”
About Clinton House Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center
Clinton House Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center is an 88-bed subacute and skilled nursing facility in Frankfort, Ind., providing long-term care, short-term care, rehabilitation, occupational therapy, physical therapy, rehab-to-home, speech therapy, hospice care, respite care, and a secure memory care unit. The center is currently accepting new admissions for short-term rehabilitation and long-term care. For further information, please contact Kelly Moore at (765) 654-8783 or visit the Clinton House Rehabilitation and Healthcare Centerwebsite at www.clintonhousehc.com.