XACC Holds Monthly Business After Hours at Hospitality Homes
Building business relationships while enjoying each other’s company, the Xenia Area Chamber of Commerce (XACC) recently held its monthly Business After Hours at Hospitality Homes, 1301 North Monroe Dr. here in Xenia.
Hospitality Homes Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation is a 100-bed rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility. Located in a lovely, residential area just one block off of US 68, four blocks from Shawnee Park, and five blocks from the center of town. They are also conveniently within walking distance of Greene Memorial Hospital.
A major renovation of the building includes all new furniture and artwork and electric beds. The spacious resident rooms are wired for telephone service and free basic cable TV service is provided. The building has central air-conditioning, and each resident room has its own controls for their comfort. They have a beauty/barber shop for your convenience. And for your enjoyment, they also have a large activities room, two lounges with 42-inch TVs, and a spacious great room with a piano, fireplace, and 42-inch TV. An on-site laundry service, available at no extra charge.
Outside is an enclosed courtyard and a stately front porch that their residents enjoy in pleasant weather. The well-maintained grounds and big shade trees out front offer lovely, private spaces where you can take a stroll or sit and talk while you enjoy some fresh air and nature.
There’s also a large carport to protect you from the elements as you come and go. And for resident safety and building security, they use the WanderGuard safety system, and the outside doors are secured.
Hospitality Homes is certified by both Medicare and Medicaid. They are also accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), a nationally recognized, independent organization that sets standards of excellence for nursing homes and other healthcare facilities.
They have been caring for people in the Xenia area since 1963, providing top-quality, personalized rehabilitation, nursing, and long-term care in a warm, homelike setting.
During the casual ‘sports’ theme afternoon event, guests enjoyed hotdogs, brats, popcorn, peanuts, soft pretzels, chips, and drinks. There were several in the crowd showing off their team spirit by wearing their favorite team’s jersey and hat.
The Partners in Education Split the Pot raffle raised approximately $112 with half of the proceeds benefitting a scholarship fund for a Xenia High School graduate. Carla Hughes of Security National Bank won the drawing.
Door prizes were donated by Hospitality Homes East, The Flower Stop, and Ohio Real Estate Title.
Those that did not win a door prize still have a chance to win a chance to the “Bucket to Basket” raffle that includes donations from XACC members. Every Chamber member attendee of the Business After Hours events may submit one business card per event, which registers them to win the “Bucket to Basket”. The Basket consists of gift cards, cash prizes, entertainment tickets, and much more with a value of over $2,000. A special drawing at our December 2011 Business After Hours event will determine that winner.
The XACC Business After Hours is held the second Thursday of the month at various chamber member businesses or organizations. Attendance is free and open to all chamber members and their guests.
For more information on becoming a XACC member or hosting a Business After Hours event, call the chamber at (937) 372-3591.
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