It's easy to get caught up in negative new stories, but since today is National Kindness Day, we thought it was important to highlight some of our team members who received an act of kindness, however big or small, that changed their attitude and helped them tackle the day. It's the perfect holiday season to thank those who have made us feel special, but National Kindness day also serves to...
Phase II of the "Plant"iful Garden Project, which is located behind retirement apartments near Millwood's corporate office in Vienna, OH, was completed this month due to the hard work of Girl Scout Troop 344.
Today is National Boss' Day, and several team members jumped at the chance to sing the praises of their managers. The overhwelming respect, pride and enthusiastic loyalty is one of the unique characteristics of Millwood's family spirit. To celebrate those managers that have made a difference in the life of their employees, we wanted to share just a few of the testimonials that were sent in...
This Friday the 13th, take care not to add to your bad luck! Be careful not to break any mirrors, step under ladders or let a black cat cross your path.
With all of the bad news flooding the airways, it's easy to get caught up in the negativity. Some follow the advice of their neighbor Mr. Fred Rodgers, and "look for the helpers."
“Autumn carries more gold in its pocket than all the other seasons.” - Jim Bishop
When nine year-old Kendall Pikor came to Millwood with her three older brothers on August 1, she was a little nervous. They would be presenting their projects for 4H in the hope that Millwood would sponsor them. Her 11 year-old brothers Cooper, Parker and Sutton had all been in 4H before her, but this was her first year participating.
To many, the end of August means a new school year, a new schedule and, often, a new dorm room. While these changes are exciting, to some they can be dangerous. The sweltering heat various regions face can create many health problems, while the weight of moving boxes can often lead to neck, back and shoulder injuries.
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