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A birthday to remember

Residents and staff of Eskaton Village would like to thank Empire Carriage Company for providing a very special gift to one of our residents.

When they heard that our resident was celebrating her 104th birthday, Kim Woodward and friends very graciously offered to give her a gift that she later said was “worth waiting 104 years for.” A memorable carriage ride through the village, and an opportunity to get up close and personal with the horses, was enjoyed by the celebrant and her friends.

Empire Carriage Company is a great example of how local businesses give back to our community.

Joan Davis

Grass Valley

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