A highlight of the open house event held at the Eaglestone Lodge on November 20 was a donation made by the Kamsack and District Indoor Rodeo Committee to be used towards kitchen renovations.
“We are very thankful for the donation and all the wonderful people and organizations that support Eaglestone Lodge,” said Cindy Hudye, director of operations at Eaglestone Lodge.
For the first time in awhile, Eaglestone Lodge has openings for seniors who require level 1 and 2 care, Hudye said. The Lodge held an open house to give people a chance to come and tour the facility, talk with the staff and enjoy dainties and refreshments.
The Polka Pals provided entertainment during the afternoon.
The Eaglestone Lodge is a private personal care home represented by a board of directors. Both the Town of Kamsack and the RM of Cote are shareholders of the facility, which can have up to 42 full care residents, said Hudye.
Since April, Tracy Gulka of Canora has been the charge nurse at the facility. Hudye has been with the Eaglestone Lodge for around 13 years.
“We offer home away from home living, independent suites and respite care,” Hudye said. “We were pleased to hold an open house event today to let people see what services have to offer.
“For anyone interested in more information about the Lodge, give us a call or stop in,” she concluded.