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CCH Invites Community to Leave Their Mark on The Legacy

CCH Invites Community to Leave Their Mark on The Legacy

GILLETTE, WY— Campbell County Health (CCH) and Scull Construction invite Campbell County community members to” leave their mark” on the new long term care facility by signing an iron beam that will be used in the construction of The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center.

The beam signing will be held on Wednesday, October 15, 2014 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. at The Legacy construction site located at 1000 Douglas Highway, adjacent to Lasting Legacy Park. Hard hats will not be required; as construction will have been halted for the day.

Current Pioneer Manor residents and family members will also have the opportunity to sign the beam. The signed beam will not be visible when construction is completed.

“I am excited about the progress of construction,” said Jonni Belden RN, Pioneer Manor Administrator. “This is an opportunity for residents, resident families and the community to contribute to our time capsule of sorts, and I hope people will want to be a part of it”.

Completion of The Legacy Living and Rehabilitation Center construction is tentatively planned for January 2016, with a move-in goal of March 2016.

Media Contact
Karen Clarke
Manager Community Relations
Phone: 307-688-1581
Email: karen.clarke@ccmh.net