Last updated: October 19. 2013 8:35PM - 1482 Views
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Twelve Oaks resident Betty Sias take a break from a day on the town for a picnic in Westwood Park.
Twelve Oaks resident Betty Sias take a break from a day on the town for a picnic in Westwood Park.
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From the foggy Blue Ridge Parkway to classic cars, red delicious apples and a picnic at a local park, residents of Twelve Oaks, a DePaul Senior Living Community, recently enjoyed a fall day out and about on the town.


After a foggy drive up to take in the scenic views on the Blue Ridge Parkway, residents made their way to the Virginia Carolina Produce Stand where they received free red or golden delicious apples. On their next stop, residents viewed antique cars at the Mountain Valley Hospice and Palliative Care and on Main Street in downtown Mount Airy.


The day wrapped up with a picnic lunch of pimento cheese and chicken salad sandwiches, chips, snacks and refreshments at Westwood Park.


“From the countryside to the city, everyone had an awesome time just riding around and doing some sightseeing,” said Activities Director Anna Burford.


For more information about Twelve Oaks, contact Administrator Penny Haynes at (336) 786-1130 or visit the facility’s page on Facebook.

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