Our Ebenezer residents and staff were happy to meet with our honorable Burnsville Police Department to present a check in the amount of $3100 for the Honor Guard, raised at our Annual Oktoberfest.
Below are some fun pictures from the event. Pictured are the residents and staff with the Chief Gieseke and Captain Tanya Schwartz. Chief Gieseke had some fun with a few Arbors at Ridges Residents. which they had a good laugh at.
Thank you to our Burnsville Police Department for all you do in making our community a safe and fun place to live.
Thank you to all who participated in our Oktoberfest celebration on October 10th. We raised $3,100 for the Burnsville Police Departments Honor Guard and served 300 people.
We had an enjoyed music from an accordion player to entertain the crowd, enjoyed wonderful German food and new this year, played some Bingo with the Honor Guard. .
We would also like to thank the Mayor of Burnsville, Elizabeth Kautz for stopping by to join in on the fun and raise money.
If you would like to join in on the fun at Ridges or would like a tour of our campus, Contact Us today!
Ebenezer Ridges Adult Day Program hosted Burnsville Mayor Elizabeth B. Kautz on Monday, September 18th to kick off our Adult Day Services Week celebration.
Mayor Kautz presented clients and staff with a proclamation that September 17th-23rd 2017 is celebrated as National Adult Day Services Week in the city of Burnsville. Mayor Kautz joined clients and staff for cake and posed for photos in our custom photo booth!
To learn more about our Adult Day Services Program at Ridges, CLICK HERE
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