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Life Care Center of Tucson residents go to the park

Resident Micaela Paul enjoying the beautiful roses at Reid Park Zoo Rose Garden

On April 19, 2016, the activities department at Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, took residents to Tucson’s Gene C. Reid Park.

Also known as Randolph Park to locals, the urban park is a 131-acre area that features gardens, two lakes, picnic areas, a 24-acre zoo and much more. Residents enjoyed the outing, the warm weather and many of the fun features the park included.

Haugens turns 100 at Life Care Center of Tucson

Ruth Haugens

Life Care Center of Tucson, Arizona, celebrated our long-term care resident Ruth Haugens’ 100th birthday on June 6, 2016.

All morning, Haugens beamed as associates and residents wished her a very happy birthday. Activities staff members interviewed her prior to her birthday and learned she grew up in Rockford, Minnesota, and for 20 years worked as a bacon packer. Haugens and her husband had one son, Robert, and were married for more than 50 years.