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January Dogwood Village Monthly Newsletter


Staff Spotlight: Tammy Taylor

Tammy Taylor is the facility Dining Services Director and has been working in food services for more than 30 years.


She and her husband live in Orange County and have 2 children and 3 grandchildren. Tammy enjoys spending time with friends and family.








Resident Spotlight: Shirley Graham

Shirley Graham joined the Dogwood family in December. She was born in Blue Field West Virgina but has lived in Orange Virginia since 1965. She has 3 children and a host of grandchildren. She graduated from Emory and Henry College with a degree in education. She is a retired elementary teacher. She spends her free time making prayer blankets for Trinity United Methodist church. Her hobbies are knitting, cross stitching, playing on her computer, and working jigsaw puzzles. Stop by and give her a down home welcome.




Resident Spotlight: Louise Trost

Lousie Trost was born in Queens, New York but has spent the last 20 years living in Virginia Beach, VA. She has one son and a niece. She is a retired legal secretary. Her hobbies are playing bingo, church and watching television. She shares her greatest accomplishment was raising her son alone after her spouse deceased at a young age. Join us in giving her a warm welcome.



Resident Spotlight: Barbara Eveleigh

Barbara Eveleigh arrived in December. She born in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. Ove the last 6 years she was living in Fredericksburg VA. She has 3 sons who were her biggest life accomplishment. She graduated from Smith College in Massachusetts. Barbara was a teacher in New York for many years. She enjoys going out to lunch, playing bridge and working her computer. Let’s give her a country welcome.









Client Testimonial


“Dogwood Village has provided amazing care for me over the past month. When I was admitted to the facility, I could not do anything for myself.


I have been able to fully recover with the assistance of therapy and nursing care and planning to go home very soon.


Many thanks for the kindness and compassion that Dogwood Village staff have given me.”

Robert Hullihen



In December: Ugly Sweater Day at Dogwood Village Health & Rehab

We would like to thank Baileys Cookie Bar on Min Street in Culpeper for making each of our adorable ugly sweater cookies.





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