An Easter chuckle


The niece of a Clinton County woman, Dee Mosser of Cuba Road, was part of a team that transformed a bush and Easter eggs at Life Care Center in Orlando, Florida into something to smile about. The creation also serves as a model for wearing masks when in public. The niece’s name is Kayla Holliman, who visits her Aunt Dee yearly, and who works at Life Care Center as a physical therapist assistant.

The niece of a Clinton County woman, Dee Mosser of Cuba Road, was part of a team that transformed a bush and Easter eggs at Life Care Center in Orlando, Florida into something to smile about. The creation also serves as a model for wearing masks when in public. The niece’s name is Kayla Holliman, who visits her Aunt Dee yearly, and who works at Life Care Center as a physical therapist assistant.


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The niece of a Clinton County woman, Dee Mosser of Cuba Road, was part of a team that transformed a bush and Easter eggs at Life Care Center in Orlando, Florida into something to smile about. The creation also serves as a model for wearing masks when in public. The niece’s name is Kayla Holliman, who visits her Aunt Dee yearly, and who works at Life Care Center as a physical therapist assistant.

The niece of a Clinton County woman, Dee Mosser of Cuba Road, was part of a team that transformed a bush and Easter eggs at Life Care Center in Orlando, Florida into something to smile about. The creation also serves as a model for wearing masks when in public. The niece’s name is Kayla Holliman, who visits her Aunt Dee yearly, and who works at Life Care Center as a physical therapist assistant.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2020/04/web1_shrub.jpgThe niece of a Clinton County woman, Dee Mosser of Cuba Road, was part of a team that transformed a bush and Easter eggs at Life Care Center in Orlando, Florida into something to smile about. The creation also serves as a model for wearing masks when in public. The niece’s name is Kayla Holliman, who visits her Aunt Dee yearly, and who works at Life Care Center as a physical therapist assistant. Courtesy photo