16 October 2013

Through the ages

SCRUBS "U" Surgical Careers
It's been a busy couple of days, kids. From recognition of senior volunteers at the Charleston Rifle Club yesterday at lunch, listening to Lieutenant Governor Glen McConnell talk about Aging in Place in the Lowcountry at Charleston Landing in the evening, to hosting thirty teenagers interested in surgical careers in the Operating Room at Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital tonight. I think I might sleep well.

PS: That is just a piece of roast beef. I promise! We like the students to feel what it is like to cut and cauterize flesh.
Retired volunteers who sew and knit at home, Charleston Rifle Club
Celebrating Aging in Place event, Charlestown Landing, Charleston, S.C.


Kate said...

"Aging in Place" is a rather different moniker for the topic, I think.

Charlestonjoan said...

The topic is about having support systems in place to allow people to stay in their homes rather than nursing and retirement communities. He gave a very good talk.