Forest Hill residents have created a video to thank parishioners from Trinity Presbyterian Church for their generosity during the holiday season.
In December, some of the church’s parishioners dropped off 80 gifts for residents of the Kanata, Ont. long-term care home to open on Christmas Day.
Residents wanted an opportunity to show their gratitude, so life enrichment co-ordinator Craig Forrest shot a video of residents expressing their appreciation. Forest Hill director of care John Donzil posted the video on YouTube.
Craig recently went to Trinity Presbyterian Church during a service to play the video for parishioners and to personally thank them for their kindness.
Click here to watch the YouTube video.
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