ALBANY>> Bright Horizons Adult Day Care Program members and staff put their heads together to create holiday wreaths for a good cause. After the Times Union announced “Circles of Caring,” Bright Horizons staff jumped on the opportunity to give back to the community all while supplying members with a fun, creative activity.
Bright Horizons has four different locations throughout the Capital Region including Colonie, Guilderland, Latham, and Clifton Park, with each site creating their own wreath, but also with a common theme- “Home for the Holidays.” This embodies the mission of Bright Horizons to help people remain in their own homes or with family. Each location made a wreath that reminds them of what it means to be home for the holidays, each with its own unique design.
Bright Horizons, celebrating 30 years of service in 2015, is the Adult Day Care Program of Colonie Senior Service Centers, an independent, community based non-profit serving the largest population of seniors in the Capital Region.
Bright Horizons’ members (back left to right) Ernie DeSantis, Evelyn Zuccardi, (front left to right) Marilyn Fink, Alice Ellett, Rita McAuliffe, Barb Gauthier pose with the sites’ holiday wreaths for the Circle of Caring.