MCRC's Hall of Fame 2018
Morgantown Care and Rehabilitation Center inducted three recipients into its Hall of Fame on Thursday night, at Morgantown Community Church. Inductees were: Ruby Humphrey (Elder), Angie Peay (Stakeholder), and Don Lindsey (In Memoriam)/(Community Member/Volunteer).
The Rev. Derek Cain, Chaplain at MCRC, served as emcee of the event. Becky Mudd provided special music on the piano.
CLICK here for Angie Peay's bio: peay.pdf
CLICK here for Don Lindsey bio:lindsey.pdf
CLICK here for Ruby Humphrey bio:humphrey.pdf
Jim Green, the founder of Building Bridges 4Life, was the guest speaker. He spoke about how each one of the inductees was R.E.A.L. people. How each of them knew the importance of RELATIONSHIPS, understood the value of EQUIPPING others, they all had winning ATTITUDES about their life and work, and LOVE was the center of their lives. Green complimented the dedication of the MCRC staff as well as the vision of the parent company, Signature HealthCARE to honor the lives and accomplishments of their residents, stakeholders, volunteers, and community members.
According to Green similar ceremonies happened that night in over 120 Signature HealthCARE centers across the country. Green stated, “These inductees are my "hometown heroes;" they have made a difference and added value to those around them."
The new Marketing and Admissions Director, Karleigh Roby read the poem, "Hometown Hero.” Karleigh would be happy to assist with warmth and compassion any family in our community that needs our services. Former State Representative Woody Allen will be honoring each inductee with a Kentucky Colonel certificate.
MCRC Director Amy Phelps thanked everyone for attending and recognized and thanked the staff.
"I am humbled to have known, work with, and serve tonight's inductees," said Phelps.
A delicious meal prepared by the dietary staff of MCRC and was enjoyed by all. Thank you, everyone, for making this years Hall of Fame Ceremony so special.
Photos by David "Hawkeye" Hocker