Adult Day Programs Show Appreciation of Local First Responders

Date posted: June 13, 2019

Stepping Stones Adult Day Services program participants support local police and firemen. I Cincinnati, OhioParticipants of Stepping Stones’ Adult Day program showed their support for local police officers and firemen this spring!

Clermont Co. Sheriff’s Office

Located in Batavia, Stepping Stones’ Camp Allyn program assembled a care package for the Clermont Co. Sheriff’s Department.

In the wake of losing one of their own, Deputy Brewer, in the line of duty, the package was greatly appreciated! Shortly after the adult participants made their delivery during a community outing, a signed thank you from Clermont Co. Sheriff Steve Leahy arrived in the mail. 

“On behalf of every one of our deputies, I would like to extend our deepest appreciation for your donation of a candy bouquet to our office,” said Sheriff Leahy.

“Words cannot express our appreciation for all the outpouring of kindness after the loss of Deputy Brewer.”

National Do Something Kind for Your Neighbor Day

The BeauVita Adult Day program celebrated “National Do Something Kind for Your Neighbor Day” by hitting the kitchen to bake chocolate chip cookies for their local police and firemen.

Upon making their tasty delivery to the Green Township Fire and Police Department, they mingled with the officers and learned more about their work.

“Our groups were able to interview a Fireman at length,” shared Adult Day Services Coordinator Lisa Stevenson. “At the Police Department, they also were able to speak with an officer who assured our participants he was only a phone call away.”

Stepping Stones thanks all of our local police and firemen for keeping our communities safe.

To learn more about Stepping Stones’ Adult Day Services program, click here.

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