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Dogwood Village always does such a wonderful job of affirming our veterans!

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Dogwood Village Had Approximately 522 Trick or Treaters!!! OUR SPECIAL THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO SUPPORTED THIS EVENT!!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Wow awesome!!

My grandkids had such a fun time! Thank you!!

Such a wonderful thing for your residents and the children

It was fun and very well organized. Thanks again

1st time taking my kids and definately will take them next year!

Y’all rock.

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My dad, Calvin J. Gingrich, a World War II and Korean War Veteran, was cared for at Dogwood Village until his final hospitalization. During his nearly three months at Dogwood Village, the professional staff fantastically and empathetically provided the best medical treatment and the right physical therapy for his condition. The nursing staff met his limited mobility (nearly bedridden) and personal care needs with respect, dignity and compassion. The activities staff worked tireless to include him. Everyone made this member of the "Greatest Generation" feel that he was part of the Dogwood family. Dad said he never wanted to be in a facility, but after just a few days, he asked me to ensure that he stayed because as he said, "everyone here is so compassionate, helpful and caring, this is the place I need to be to get the care I require". Dad wanted to do something for all those who looked after him. The donation to Dogwood Village is dad's way of saying "thank you" to the staff for all they did to make his last days the best they could be.

John Gingrich

Pictured is Mr. and Mrs John Gingrich presenting a check to Gayle Collier, Dogwood Village Health and Rehab Activity Director
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My dad, Calvin J. Gingrich, a World War II and Korean War Veteran, was cared for at Dogwood Village until his final hospitalization. During his nearly three months at Dogwood Village, the professional staff fantastically and empathetically provided the best medical treatment and the right physical therapy for his condition. The nursing staff met his limited mobility (nearly bedridden) and personal care needs with respect, dignity and compassion. The activities staff worked tireless to include him. Everyone made this member of the Greatest Generation feel that he was part of the Dogwood family. Dad said he never wanted to be in a facility, but after just a few days, he asked me to ensure that he stayed because as he said, everyone here is so compassionate, helpful and caring, this is the place I need to be to get the care I require. Dad wanted to do something for all those who looked after him. The donation to Dogwood Village is dads way of saying thank you to the staff for all they did to make his last days the best they could be.

John Gingrich

Pictured is Mr. and Mrs John Gingrich presenting a check to Gayle Collier, Dogwood Village Health and Rehab Activity Director

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Beautiful gesture💜

What a wonderful gesture toward equally wonderful staff.

What a nice remembrance!

My daughter knows that if I ever need a place to live in my final days she is to ship me to Virginia to reside at Dogwood Village!

Dogwood Village is the best! Their standards are high and they work hard to keep them there!!

That is fantastic

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1 week ago

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Loved all the pictures! Brought back great memories of when my parents were there.

One of my favorites. ❤️

Andrew Tyler Lakin Cottom

2 weeks ago

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Loved all the pictures! Brought back great memories of when my parents were there.

One of my favorites. ❤️

Andrew Tyler Lakin Cottom

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Volunteer Spotlight
Dogwood Village would like to recognize Hailey Davis for her contributions to the facility. Hailey is a sophomore at Orange County High School and the daughter of Rebecca and Bobby Painter. Hailey is a member of Northside Baptist Church and enjoys working with children. She has 3 brothers and several pets. Her favorite past-time is watching baseball. After graduating from High School, Hailey hopes to attend either JMU or UVA. She is pictured visiting Peggy Woodward while volunteering in the facility.
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Volunteer Spotlight
Dogwood Village would like to recognize Hailey Davis for her contributions to the facility. Hailey is a sophomore at Orange County High School and the daughter of Rebecca and Bobby Painter. Hailey is a member of Northside Baptist Church and enjoys working with children. She has 3 brothers and several pets. Her favorite past-time is watching baseball. After graduating from High School, Hailey hopes to attend either JMU or UVA. She is pictured visiting Peggy Woodward while volunteering in the facility.

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Such an awesome young lady. I wish more kids were as passionate and devoted as her. Good job Hailey.

Great job Hailey. I am really proud of you and all of your accomplishments. I'm sure there will be many more that will make everyone proud of you. Keep up the good work.

Hailey!! Let your light so shine!!

Awe

2 weeks ago

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Loved all the pictures! Brought back great memories of when my parents were there.

One of my favorites. ❤️

Andrew Tyler Lakin Cottom

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