Taking part in breakfast program
An aged care facility in Umina recently took part in a national television breakfast program.
Peninsula Villages hosted breakfast show Sunrise on January 14, said village chief executive Mr Shane Neaves.
"The morning crosses commenced with a hello with staff and the First Sea Scout's Woy Woy," he said.
"We had residents join weather presenter Sam Mac for some putt putt, a spot of gardening and our wonderful volunteer ukulele group also performed.
"By 7:30am, we were pleased to have two of our resident centenarians, Biddy and Gordon, join Sam Mac for a little breakfast date and chat about their life in their 100s.
"Sam Mac wrote and shared a song about our Village and we were delighted to join him in the fun."
Mr Neaves said the morning gave the opportunity "to show off all the wonderful and positive aspects of residential aged care with the rest of Australia".
Media release, 15 Jan 2020
Shane Neaves, Peninsula Villages
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