BROCKTON, MA – Heights Crossing is finding creative and safe ways to say thank you to their local community partners this autumn. As part of their Halloween festivities, the Assisted living and Compass Memory Support Community hosted a drive-through “Brews and Boos” event, handing out ready to make charcuterie kits and six packs of popular beers to local care partners outside the community.
More than 20 individuals stopped by for the drive-through event, where Heights Crossing team members in costumes handed out custom made six packs and colorful, Halloween-themed charcuterie baskets.
“We know that this year has been hard on everyone, so we wanted to find a safe way to say thank you and brighten up the average weekday,” said Executive Director Peter McConnell. “We are grateful for all of our community partners in the Brockton area who work hard to provide services to local seniors and this is just a small gesture of support.”
Heights Crossing features service-enriched Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support all on one campus in Brockton. For more information, please visit http://www.HeightsCrossing.com.