Kruse celebrates being Covid-19

Kruse celebrates being Covid-19

Renee Poulter, left, and Kristee Ochiltree, right, prepare to distribute ice cream to residents in Kruse Village in celebration of the facility being COVID-19 free.

Kruse Village hosted an ice cream party for residents and staff on Sept. 3 to celebrate the facility having no active cases of COVID-19.

“While we’re so pleased to celebrate the good health of our residents and staff, we also want to extend our deepest gratitude to everyone in the community who has supported us during these challenging times—especially Washington County Emergency Management Services, including Bryan Ruemke, and our medical director, Dr. Gregg Workman. It was a joy to recognize our residents and staff with some ice cream and socially distanced fellowship,” said Coy Fontenot, executive director at Kruse Village.

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