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Crystal Care Center of Ashland Shows Off New Digs

Story By: Brian Skowronski



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  Original Published: 12/12/2013

Crystal Care Center of Ashland showed off their new renovations and improvements Thursday evening with an open house, complete with food, music, raffles and entertainment. The facility underwent a complete cosmetic overhaul, both inside and out, creating a more inviting atmosphere for residents and guests.

Dan Chandler, director of marketing for the center, says the updates were something they "needed to do for residents to give it more of a home-y feel."

Chandler also says aside from putting the beautiful new improvements on display, that the open house was a great way for the community to get a look at services the center offers, that they or someone they know may need or have an interest in. The facility provides a variety of long-term care and rehabilitation benefits for residents.

Crystal Care Center of Ashland is located at 1251 E. Main St. They can be contacted by phone at 419-281-9595.

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