Clovers and pets at Continental


Pleasant Plain Lucky Clovers 4-H members recently brought out several baby goats, rabbits, a chicken and several dogs to visit with the residents of Continental Manor Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Blanchester. The residents had a good time holding and petting the animals. Activity director Lisa Beach said it was great to see the interaction between the kids and residents as they talked together about their animals.

Pleasant Plain Lucky Clovers 4-H members recently brought out several baby goats, rabbits, a chicken and several dogs to visit with the residents of Continental Manor Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Blanchester. The residents had a good time holding and petting the animals. Activity director Lisa Beach said it was great to see the interaction between the kids and residents as they talked together about their animals.


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Pleasant Plain Lucky Clovers 4-H members recently brought out several baby goats, rabbits, a chicken and several dogs to visit with the residents of Continental Manor Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Blanchester. The residents had a good time holding and petting the animals. Activity director Lisa Beach said it was great to see the interaction between the kids and residents as they talked together about their animals.

Pleasant Plain Lucky Clovers 4-H members recently brought out several baby goats, rabbits, a chicken and several dogs to visit with the residents of Continental Manor Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Blanchester. The residents had a good time holding and petting the animals. Activity director Lisa Beach said it was great to see the interaction between the kids and residents as they talked together about their animals.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/03/web1_kids-and-pets.jpgPleasant Plain Lucky Clovers 4-H members recently brought out several baby goats, rabbits, a chicken and several dogs to visit with the residents of Continental Manor Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Blanchester. The residents had a good time holding and petting the animals. Activity director Lisa Beach said it was great to see the interaction between the kids and residents as they talked together about their animals. Courtesy photo