“I’m gonna remember this day forever,” Tally, age nine, said to Erin McGuinness, Prevention & Outreach Director, and Gerald Versey, Prevention & Outreach Associate. “Seriously, when I’m 68, I will think about this day.”
On December 12, three families enrolled in Safe Shores’ caregiver support group went ice skating to experience a new adventure in healing.
“It warmed my heart to see my daughter racing you two on the ice,” a teary-eyed mom said to Senior Family Advocate Sharde McConnell and MDT Coordinator Rachel Booker.
Over hot chocolate and laps around the rink, giggles and laughter filled the cold evening air with cheer. This was the first time many had skated on ice, and it was a timely getaway for all.
“Thank you so much,” a mom said. “I just need a couple more minutes, then I will put my cape back on.”