Saying ‘hello’ to loved ones

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Cambridge Hills Assisted Living in Pittsboro held a ‘drive-by’ event Friday for residents, where family members and friends were invited to drive by the facility and wave hello to people they knew. The Pittsboro Police Department, Pittsboro Fire Department and Chatham County Sheriff’s Office also participated.

Marcus McSwain, the director of dietary service at Cambridge Hills, pushes ‘Ms. Sarah’ outside during last Friday’s ‘drive-by.’

Deputy Rocky Smith of the Chatham County Sheriff’s Office, Cambridge Hills Director of Activities Angela de Muinck and Executive Director Mike Walters helped facilitate Friday’s ‘drive-by’ at the Pittsboro assisted living facility.

One of the residents’ families said hello to Dollye and waved colorful signs and balloons during Friday’s ‘drive-by’ at Cambridge Hills Assisted Living in Pittsboro.

It was still May, but it felt like the first day of summer on Friday outside the Cambridge Hills Assisted Living facility in Pittsboro as community members held a ‘drive-by’ to say hello to residents.

Three Cambridge Hills staff members help Curt, a resident at the assisted living facility, wave hello to his wife Patti and wish her a happy birthday during Friday’s ‘drive-by’ of family and community members at the Pittsboro location.

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