The folks at the Brewer Center for Health & Rehabilitation would like to have you help brighten their building up, by taking part in their "Adopt A Window" program.

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The concept is simple; take a window and decorate it with fun things to help give those who look through those windows a reason to smile.

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According to their Facebook Page, next week is Skilled Nursing Care Week, and to celebrate, the folks at the Brewer Center for Health & Rehabilitation want to mark the occasion by having people decorate windows at the facility to brighten the place up for their residents.

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They'll have slots available at the beginning part of next week for those who want to decorate a window. They'll even provide you with some supplies to make the decorations if need be.

"Sign up for a time to come in on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 11-3. We will have liquid chalk markers available for you to decorate! Everyone who participates will get a cool color-changing tumbler! We are inviting all community members, businesses, local schools, and family members to join us!"

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If you, your family, your group, or your organization would like to "Adopt A Window" contact Kate Brown at (207) 631-4082 or email kabrown@nahealthcare.com to reserve your spot for May 9th, 10th, or 11th.

The Brewer Center for Health & Rehabilitation is located at 74 Parkway South in Brewer.

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