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Letter: SHS students brighten day at Trinity Oaks

Too often, we hear only bad news about our youth.  As with all things, there is beauty all around if we only stop and look.

Recently, Helen Clay’s nursing class from Salisbury High School assisted the wonderful staff at Trinity Oaks in working with their long-term care residents.

These young people were attentive, knowledgeable and inspiring in their service to the residents at Trinity Oaks. Salisbury High School Principal Luke Brown, Clay, the nursing students and the staff at Trinity Oaks are to be commended for working cooperatively to brighten our days.

Thank you for sharing time with the residents of Trinity Oaks. I wish the students all the best as they pursue their career path. I know that others will benefit from their compassion as I have.

— Betty Lovette Monday

Salisbury

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