On Sept. 9, 2017, Cañon Lodge Care Center in Cañon City, Colorado, won first place in the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s at Pueblo Swim Beach, Colorado.
The facility raised $3,703.07 for the cause; the event raised a total of $49,633.97!...
Every year, Cañon Lodge Care Center in Cañon City, Colorado, coordinates the annual Nursing Home Fishing Derby, and this year’s derby took place on May 30, 2017.
For a small city with a population of just 16,337, there are six skilled nursing facilities! All the local nursing facilities are contacted to attend this fun event....
On May 25, 2017, Cañon Lodge Care Center in Cañon City, Colorado, rented a dunk tank to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association.
Many associates eagerly lined up to dunk their boss, Executive Director Amel Topic, while raising money to fight Alzheimer’s...
On Aug. 27, Cañon Lodge Care Center in Cañon City, Colorado, hosted a law enforcement appreciation event for local law enforcement personnel.
Kelsey Rottier, dietary manager, and Heather Cathcart, director of nursing, put their heads together and organized this event with the help of other associates. They wanted to have something positive in light of all of the negativity that has being going on throughout the nation regarding law enforcement.
Christmas time 2015 was busy for residents at Cañon Lodge Care Center in Cañon City, Colorado.
On Dec. 12, residents’ families joined their loved ones for a Christmas open house. Kelsey Rottier, dietary manager, and her team prepared chicken marsala, potatoes and vegetables, and guests enjoyed punch, iced tea and coffee to drink. Associates came together and decorated for the event, setting up tables throughout the building to give families more privacy.
During the summer and fall of 2015, associates from Cañon Lodge Care Center in Cañon City, Colorado, and their family members, took to the softball field.
Each week, associates played a different team in the community’s co-ed league. Games took place at the nearby Rouse Park, and activity associates transported residents to the games as well so they could watch the action.