Holiday Thoughtfulness brings Warmth to The Dixon House

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Residents of The Dixon House Independent and Assisted Living were the recipients of holiday kindness this year in the form of hand-sewn fleece blankets from The Stitchers Club of Easton Club East.

“The old furnace is still doing its job but there’s nothing like a soft blanket to stay warm and cozy through the winter,” said Linda Elben, Executive Director of The Dixon House. “Our senior men and women are grateful for the gift, and for being remembered this season.”

The Stitchers Club invites all women from Easton Club East to participate in a one-day annual event for gift-giving. This year, 54 women created 76 fleece blankets for donation community-wide.

The Dixon House is a spacious and elegant Victorian house nestled in Easton’s historic district that offers affordable independent and assisted living for senior men and women. Since its inception in 1911, The Dixon House is committed to the enrichment of the lives of the residents it serves, and enjoys an excellent reputation for comfort, privacy and quality care.

The Dixon House, a non-profit independent and assisted living facility, is located at 108 N. Higgins Street in Easton. For more information, visit www.dixonhouse.org or call 410-822-6661.

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