On Wednesday, December 14, 2016, the WBRC Veterans and Staff spent a day celebrating the winter holiday season. The day began with a variety of craft tables in the dining room, along with a tree to decorate. Veterans and staff alike took part in these activities, while hot cocoa and cider were served. A catered lunch was provided, followed by the WBRC tradition of singing the “Twelve Days of Christmas.” A group of carolers continued spreading cheer around the campus with ukuleles, guitars, and of course, jingle bells. The day concluded with dessert and a piano recital.
On the following day, the Visual Impairment Service Team hosted their annual holiday party at the WBRC. Attendees included local Veterans who are blind and visually impaired from the community, many of whom were former students at the center.