Category: News

“Denim for Donations” Recipient

The First Bank of Baldwin has a “Denim for Donations” program where employees pay money to wear jeans on Fridays throughout the year. The bank matches donations made and each month employees select local organizations to give to. We were blessed with being a recipient in December. Read more from My Gateway News here.

Christmas Card/Gift Drop-off 2020

Santa Claus is coming to town!  We have a Christmas card and gift drop box ready to go in our main entrance for drop-offs. Items can be for any resident, all residents, or for a particular resident (if for a particular resident, PLEASE make sure the name is clearly marked on that item). Happy Holidays…

Welcome Tami!

Please help us welcome Tami Jackson, RN, our new Staff Educator and CNA Training Program Coordinator. We are excited that she will help bring CNA Training courses back to our campus and that she is part of our team. Here is a little bit about her: “My name is Tami Jackson and I live in…

Acknowledgment and Gratitude for Donations

Thank you and appreciation to the following persons and groups for your generous donations of supplies and activity items to the residents and tenants of Spring Valley Senior Living and Health Care Campus that includes Spring Valley Health and Rehabilitation Center and Valley Villas Assisted Living. We have received absolutely wonderful gifts since the start…

A Message to Staff: COVID-19 Campus-Wide Testing

Dear Team Members of Spring Valley Senior Living and Health Care Campus (Spring Valley Health and Rehabilitation Center and Valley Villas Assisted Living): In conjunction with the Pierce County Public Health Department, we will be doing campus-wide COVID-19 testing on Thursday, May 28th, 2020, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for all residents, tenants, and staff…

A Message to Staff

Dear Dedicated and Valued Staff Persons: It has always been evident how the team members of Spring Valley Health and Rehabilitation Center and Valley Villas Assisted Living have taken on the important and noble task of caring for vulnerable elderly and disabled members of our community. What has become awe-inspiring during the last 10 weeks…