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Baby lamb springs up at Divine Providence

The Divine Providence Community Home Sisters and Grandfriends excitedly gathered outside their rooms and down hallways last Saturday to meet a week-old lamb brought by John Holles and Alana Feser of Springfield. DPCH Grandfriends were thrilled to be able to stroke, hold and reminisce about the lamb. Some of the Grandfriends even wanted to keep it, with serious and fun comments such as from Mary Sellner who said, “Don’t you know, Mary had a little lamb?” The Grandfriends were appreciative of the extra time and care taken by Holles and Feser to bring this experience to their home while respecting COVID protocol. Many of the Grandfriends have a rich farming experience which included raising sheep.

The Divine Providence Community Home Sisters and Grandfriends excitedly gathered outside their rooms and down hallways last Saturday to meet a week-old lamb brought by John Holles and Alana Feser of Springfield. DPCH Grandfriends were thrilled to be able to stroke, hold and reminisce about the lamb. Some of the Grandfriends even wanted to keep it, with serious and fun comments such as from Mary Sellner who said, “Don’t you know, Mary had a little lamb?” The Grandfriends were appreciative of the extra time and care taken by Holles and Feser to bring this experience to their home while respecting COVID protocol. Many of the Grandfriends have a rich farming experience which included raising sheep.

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