WHEREAS, 2020 marks the 50-year anniversary of the establishment of the Wells Nursing Home; and
WHEREAS, Wells Nursing Home has a commitment to the community to provide quality short and long term care nursing needs; and
WHEREAS, Wells Nursing Home provides a home-like atmosphere striving to meet the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs of residents; and
WHEREAS, the Wells campus has evolved into a modern multi-disciplined skilled nursing facility, including a 100-bed skilled nursing home, Adult Day Health program and Outpatient Rehab services; and
WHEREAS, Wells Nursing Home provides 150 community jobs in the heart of Fulton County; now, therefore be it
RESOLVED, That in recognition of Wells Nursing Home’s 50 years of service in support and care of community residents, the Board of Supervisors hereby congratulates Wells Nursing Home, its administration, staff and residents.
Chairman Greene recognized that Wells Nursing Home is a good community partner and does a great job.
Mr. VanSlyke thanked the Fulton County Board of Supervisors for the Proclamation. He further explained that the Wells Nursing Home appreciated all the support over the years and that they will continue to provide excellent services and take a lot of pride in their facility.
Chairman Greene asked Steve Santa Maria, Civil Defense Director/Fire Coordinator, Johnstown Fire Chief Bruce Heberer and Deputy Fire Coordinator Ralph Palcovic to come forward to receive Proclamations of Commendation for a recent hazmat incident.
Mr. Stead, Administrative Officer/Clerk of the Board, read the Proclamations of Recognition on behalf of the Board for the recent hazmat incident at a local business: