Debra Bohannon, director of admissions and marketing at the Waters of White Hall, was the guest speaker at the Progressive Women’s Association meeting and luncheon.
The event was held at the White Hall Museum, according to a news release.
The Waters of White Hall, a rehabilitation and skilled nursing center, is a part of Infinity Health Care Management Arkansas, Bohannon said in the presentation.
“She stated that whether the resident is there for short-term rehab or long-term care, their expert personalized therapy services speed up progress and maximize function. Physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, restorative therapy, and orthopedic rehabilitation are all offered. Family members are made comfortable and encouraged to be an integral part of the treatment team,” Bohannon said.
Also during the Progressive Women’s meeting, Brenda Doucey, president of the association, conducted the business session.
Doucey reminded everyone that March is the Membership Pot Luck Luncheon and White Elephant Auction. She stated that she had reserved the White Hall City Hall for the Woman of the Year/Business Associate Event at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 25.
Bernice Foster, reporting on community service, requested that members bring canned meat to the next meeting for the White Hall Food Pantry.
Louise LaGrone won the Dollar Pot and donated it back to the organization.
Doucey and LaGrone won door prizes. Linda Hurd and Foster won birthday gifts.