Allerton House at Central Park Fun Day Supports the Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Nothing beats the heat like a train ride with family and friends. Family Fun Day at Allerton House at Central Park was all that and more!

Family Fun Day at Allerton House Assisted Living in Weymouth brings together generations of family and friends to celebrate the pleasures of summer! Children of all ages look forward to the annual event and the Moon Walk, dunk tank, train rides, pony rides, exotic animals, and balloon sculptures. Ticket sales for the hamburgers, hot dog, chips, and soda will benefit the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. In addition, sales from the 50/50 raffle also will support this worthy cause. To learn more about Allerton House at Central Park in Weymouth contact Marketing Director Al Ewing at aewing@welchhrg.com or via phone at 781-413-7850.


Resident Barbara McCarthy is delighted by the games and tricks offered by Activity Assistant Wayne Cushing and DJ Brendan Burchill (L).

Four year-old Evelyn Murphy of Braintree checks out her Princess Face Painting detail at the Allerton House Family Fun Day in Weymouth.

Resident Flora Fucci enjoys the day with Dennis and Paula Thompson. Flora is their aunt.

Jeanette Boudreau, resident services director, Allerton House at Central Park, and Joyce Watson O’Neil, LICSW, MSW, CDP, licensed independent social worker, Allerton House Communities, display the poster for the Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The organization will benefit from funds raised at the annual Family Fun Day.

Resident Pat Conroy gets into the spirit of the day with fresh cotton candy.

Entertainer Henry Lappen walks through the crowd as he prepares to juggle!

Barbara Barry (L) and Theo Baptiste help resident Barbara Barry hold one of the many exotic animals at the Family Fun Day.

 

 

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