(VIDEO) October birthdays celebrated at Frost Manor

LINDSAY, Ont. – Frost Manor hosted its monthly birthday celebration on Oct. 15 with an event that featured musical entertainment and specially made birthday cupcakes.

The event toasted all the residents celebrating a birthday in October. Vi O’Leary, the Lindsay long-term care home’s life enrichment co-ordinator, says these celebrations are enjoyed by everyone.

“The residents love it,” she says.

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