25 years in the twinkle of an eye

Cecelyn, a 22-year ‘veteran’ of the program, was honoured to receive a plaque of recognition by Martin Bergevin, Program Manager at MAB-Mackay’s Day Centre, and Geneviève Chabot, Site Manager for the MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre.
Cecelyn, a 22-year ‘veteran’ of the program, was honoured to receive a plaque of recognition by Martin Bergevin, Program Manager at MAB-Mackay’s Day Centre, and Geneviève Chabot, Site Manager for the MAB-Mackay Rehabilitation Centre.

Staff and clients of the MAB-Mackay’s Day Centre brought along their dancing shoes on June 12, kicking up their heels in celebration of the program’s Silver Jubilee. For a quarter of a century, the Day Centre has been providing services to blind and visually impaired seniors.

The revelers were eager to share personal tributes. Robert read a touching letter that he had written describing the Day Centre as a second home, while Mike sang his rendition of the Beatles’ Let it Be, which he cheekily repurposed and renamed MAB.

Live music provided a lively backdrop to the festivities as Bernie Green, a former employee of the CIUSSS WestCentral Montreal and now a volunteer at the Day Centre, enticed the seniors to form a conga line.

And from there, they embarked on the next leg of the long and winding road.

 

 

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