Decorated door awards announced at Covenant Health and Rehab

Published 10:46 pm Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Covenant Health and Rehab of Picayune, LP is already getting into the Christmas Spirit. There are many activities lined up during the month of December. One of the most spirited and exciting events was the door decorating contest. One to two employees were assigned to decorate a door. The doors were judged on Friday, Dec. 1st.

Judges had a tough time choosing the winners in the competition. Volunteering to judge were Shirley Bertolosi, Chief Operations Officer at Highland Community Hospital; Dementria Brown, Director of Respiratory Therapy at Highland Community Hospital; Virginia Lewis, Office Manager and Natalie Devore, nurse at Dr. Gipson’s office; Derek Turnage, patient; and some residents also participated in judging.

First place winner was Mike Arnold, Maintenance engineer. His door was extraordinary. The front of a house, with lighted windows, built with boards decorated in Christmas decor with Santa in the sky accompanied by blinking stars.

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Second place winner was Carrie Dossett, evening supervisor. Her door was decorated with a birthday cake and presents with “Happy Birthday, Jesus” printed on it. The door sparkled and the gifts had real bows.

Third place winners were Mary Jane Sanderson and Josephine Rollins, dietary emploees. The door was decorated as an angel with a beautiful face and she had feathered wings.

The first place winner won $100, second place award was $75 and third place came in with $50.