ICC visits Colonial Belle

Churchgoers remind residents they’re not forgotten in the wake of COVID-19

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A group from Sealy’s Immaculate Conception Catholic Church visited Colonial Belle Nursing Home in Sealy at the beginning of May to remind residents they have not been forgotten in the wake of the new coronavirus pandemic and no in-person church services.

“We just wanted to let the residents know that we have not forgotten them, we pray for them and can't wait until we can have services there again and give them a hug or two,” said Dottie Kutra of ICC. “We enjoyed singing a few songs and waving to them at the front windows of the center. A special thank you to Colonial Belle's staff for letting us make this possible.”

The group from ICC included Trevor Hrachovy, Bernice Novosad, Daegan Hrachovy, Nathaniel Ford, Naelynn Cano, Avery Eckelberg, Emersyn Eckelberg, Gloria Arriaga, Dottie Kutra, Teaghan Eckelberg, Taylor Eckelberg, Mary Cano, Florence Morgensen, Helena Ripperger, Marianne Fiedler and Joyce Eckelberg. 

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