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Byron Health Center to Host Trunk-O-Treat Event

Fort Wayne, IN – Byron Health Center will host a Trunk-O-Treat in the Byron Health Center court yard and parking lot on Wednesday, October 30th from 5:00–7:00 p.m., 12101 Lima Rd in Fort Wayne. What can be better than cars and candy? Byron Health Center staff and family will bring their trick-or-treaters out a day early to enjoy some pre-Halloween Trunk-O-Treat fun among the parked cars with decorated trunks and plenty of candy. Members of the community are also encouraged to join in the Trunk-O-Treat event. Byron Health Center residents will also come out and help pass out the candy. There will be a fire roaring in the fire pit and hot chocolate will be served. Warm up in the Activity Room and catch a spooky movie on the big screen TV. This will be a fun-filled fall evening for all! The event will be held rain or shine.

Don the Mastodon, IPFW’s fun-loving mascot, and the Chick-fil-A cow are both expected to attend the event along with other local mascots. Several local car clubs have also been invited to attend the event. Candy for the Trunk-O-Treat has been provided in part by Dr Linda M Sodano, DDS and Huntertown Dental Services; Havel – an EMCOR Company; Tower Bank / Old National Bank; D & B Copy Systems; Combustion Mechanical, Omnicare and members of the Byron Health Center staff.

Byron Health Center provides physical, mental, emotional and neurological services to meet the needs of young and older adults. Each resident is recognized as an individual with unique needs who seeks and deserves to reach his or her optimal potential. Byron Health Center and Byron Residential Center continue a tradition of over 160 years of serving the long-term health care needs of Indiana residents. Byron Health Center is licensed to provide intermediate and skilled nursing care while Byron Residential Center provides services to individuals who are more independent and are able to live in a residential setting.

BHC Trunk-O-Treat 2013.pdf