The students and staff at Ross Medical Education Center in Morgantown, WV have enjoyed a holiday activity-packed December! As the students near their vacation time, we begin to bring the month of December to a close. There were several different pot lucks throughout the month in which students were able to enjoy the company of their classmates and got to meet students from other classes and programs that they do not normally get to spend time with. The staff also enjoyed being able to participate in these events with the students. In addition to all of the great meals, the Morgantown campus was also a drop off zone for Toys for Tots! But the giving didn’t end there. Morgantown students and staff collected and donated items to the United Way. On top of all of this, the students designed holiday cards for people who would remain hospitalized throughout the holidays. The students at the Morgantown campus have certainly set a great example of what the holiday season is all about and we are proud of the efforts they are making to join in with the rest of the Morgantown community.
Apparently, all of these efforts didn’t go unnoticed by the big guy in the North Pole either. On December 19th, while taking the sled out for a routine pre-Christmas test flight, Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus decided to stop in at the Ross Medical Education Center Open House to visit the children and thank the students for all of the hard work they did this December! Needless to say, all of Ross was humbled and grateful for the visit. Check out the pictures below!
Ross in Morgantown is looking forward to a bright and new 2014. Happy New Year to all!