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Kendall students perform for Amedisys Home Health Services of Palmetto Bay

 

In honor of "National Home Care Month" Amedisys Home Health Services of Palmetto Bay sponsored "Greek Night" at Gramercy Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center on Friday, November 20th.

Volunteers from St. Sophia Greek Orthodox Church volunteered their time to put on a spectacular dance for the residents of the facility.

Children wore their traditional Greek costumes and danced to traditional Greek music. Students from three Kendall area schools -- A+ Early Learning Center, Cypress Elementary School, and Riviera Middle School -- volunteered their time by making over 200 "get well " cards for residents. The St. Sophia Dance group will be dancing once again during their annual Greek Festival the weekend of February 19, 2010.

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