Thank you Encompass Home Health & Hospice! Our staff appreciates it!

Thank you Encompass Home Health & Hospice! Our staff appreciates it!

Encompass Home Health and Hospice is so thankful for our friends and fellow health care workers at Shadescrest Health Care Center in Jasper. They go above and beyond to give excellent care to their residents every day. Now more than ever they are working hard to keep their precious residents safe from this virus!
We love you, we are praying for you and we are here to support you any way we can!! #strongertogether

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April 2 Thank you to the Valley Alabama Mask Makers for donating masks for our officers to wear for their personal safety.

April 2

Thank you to the Valley Alabama Mask Makers for donating masks for our officers to wear for their personal safety.

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04/01/2020 Good Morning! It’s time for a virtual cup of coffee…. Around the WPD lately: It’s a good thing everyone is stuck inside their homes right now. Early this morning we had a family of bears

04/01/2020

Good Morning!

It’s time for a virtual cup of coffee….

Around the WPD lately:
It’s a good thing everyone is stuck inside their homes right now. Early this morning we had a family of bears at a local store who seemed anxious to get inside the store. They had been spotted throughout one of our neighborhoods but did not seem aggressive or getting into anyone’s garbage. Officers responded with tranquilizer guns and at a distance could tell something wasn’t right. The coloration of the bears was different (bluish fur) and it seemed that there was an adult male, adult female and 3 cubs in the parking lot. Our officers were very quick to pay attention to detail on this call and immediately contacted Proctor & Gamble to assist in removal of the bears.
The Charmin bear family apologized for startling Weaver residents, but said that they had run out of their ultra soft toilet paper and made the decision to leave the woods and try and stock up. They were scolded, and returned to their habitat.

Today is April Fools Day! We should all have a little “clean” fun to break up the monotony.

Have a great day everyone. It’s time to wander around in your pajamas again and look out the window 5000 times. Feel free to waive if you see us drive by…. We are out here for you if you need us.

Lt. Plitt
Aka – Pappa Smurf

Thought for the day:
“Lets be honest…social distancing from a few certain people has been nice.”

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Make sure you check out our page tomorrow for this week’s trivia question. See you all tomorrow at 8 CST.

Make sure you check out our page tomorrow for this week's trivia question. See you all tomorrow at 8 CST.

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Mae Francis Moultrie was one of the first female Freedom Riders and the only African-American female Freedom Rider on the original #CongressofRacialEquality ride of May 1961. Moultrie, a 24 year-old

Mae Francis Moultrie was one of the first female Freedom Riders and the only African-American female Freedom Rider on the original #CongressofRacialEquality ride of May 1961.

Moultrie, a 24 year-old student at #MorrisCollege, joined the ride in Sumter, SC on May 11. She was a part of the group that was attacked in Anniston, Alabama on May 14. As a victim of acute smoke inhalation, she does not remember much of the attack.

After the ride, Moultrie felt compelled to continue her education. She also felt compelled to make the world a better place for others. In the years following, she has served as a missionary in Canada, Mexico, and Liberia. She has also became a minister, Reverend Mae Frances Howard.

It seems that while hate and injustice sought to overcome Moultrie in the 1961 attack, faith and forgiveness have become the driving forces of her life.

#teachingtuesday #womenshistorymonth #AHCSites #ThisPlaceMatters #HistoryHappenedHere

Photo Credit: Federal Bureau of Investigation

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