Nashoba Park Assisted Living shows its appreciation – Lowell Sun | #seniorliving | #elderly | #seniors
AYER – The team at Nashoba Park Assisted Living is finding new ways to give back to their local community, recently delivering chef-made lunches to the Ayer Police and Fire Departments.
Nashoba Park’s own culinary team prepared the meals, which included pastrami on rye with swiss cheese, garbanzo bean salad, chips and cookies.
“We wanted to find a way to show our appreciation for our local first responders who have been working tirelessly over the course of this pandemic,” said Kimberly Gagnon, executive director at Nashoba Park. “Providing a freshly made meal was our way of saying thank you.”
“We are fortunate to have a great relationship with Ayer’s first responders,” said Nashoba Park’s Director of Dining Experience Brian Keefe. “They have always been there for our residents.”
Nashoba Park Assisted Living is a Volunteers of America Massachusetts non-profit senior living community located near downtown historic Ayer. For more information, visit www.NashobaPark.com.