Baypath Alum Unites the Community at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts
We were thrilled to participate in last month’s Memory Care Musical Event at the Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA). This outstanding event brought memory care patients and their caregivers together to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a warm and inclusive environment.
Executive Director Liz Jefferis, Director of Training & Behavior Beth MacLeod (CPDT-KA) and Baypath alum Keelie MacLeod were honored to bring some four-footed cheer to everyone at this community celebration. Unsurprisingly, adorable Golden Retriever rescue Keelie nearly stole the show from music therapist Ken DoRosario, as she eagerly greeted guests in her heart bandana.
As our supporters and fellow animal lovers know, the positive impact of pets on the lives of individuals and families cannot be overstated. Offering unconditional love and loyal companionship, dogs and cats break down barriers while bringing communities together. We are so grateful to our amazing partner HCA for hosting this wonderful event!