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Annual Event at Brick, N.J., Skilled Nursing Facility Celebrates Community Partnerships

BRICK, N.J., Dec. 16, 2021 — On behalf of Brick PBA 230, as part of its Annual Turkey Trot event, Willow Springs Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center in Brick donated 20 turkeys to area nonprofit The Social Conscience Project. Pictured (L-R, front row) are Ptl. Chris Newlund; Willow Springs’ Beth Ganley, Kelly Beam, Pam Montemurno and Sherill Mimes; with (L-R, back row) Det. Ryan Talty, Sgt. Jim Kelly, Ptl. Victoria Finelli, Det. Tom Cooney and Ptl. Chris Joaquim.

A signature fall event, Willow Springs’ Turkey Trot is an open house celebration for professional partners and first responders. As a thank you, Willow Springs gifts each attendee with a turkey; Brick PBA 230 requested that their participants’ turkeys be donated to The Social Conscience Project this year.

“Willow Springs was thrilled to partner with Brick PBA to support The Social Conscience Project,” Montemurno said. “The annual Turkey Trot is Willow Springs’ way of saying thank you to those who make a difference for the facility and for the residents in its care. At its core, this is a celebration of community, and Brick PBA’s choice to ‘pay it forward’ is so in keeping with that spirit.”

A registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, The Social Conscience Project aims to change the way communities give back, to create lasting results for underserved neighborhoods in Ocean and Monmouth counties.

Located at 1049 Burnt Tavern Road, Willow Springs provides post-hospital care, short-term rehab and long-term residential care. The 163-bed facility maintains a five-star rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).


Willow Springs Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center

1049 Burnt Tavern Road, Brick, NJ 08724

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