Working through Labor day: inside an Abilene senior home

For most, Labor day means a day off work and some time to spend with the family. But the job doesn't stop for the holidays at Lyndale Senior Living. There are meals to make and medicine to deliver. But more than that there are people to greet.

Working through Labor day: inside an Abilene senior …

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For most, Labor day means a day off work and some time to spend with the family. But the job doesn't stop for the holidays at Lyndale Senior Living. There are meals to make and medicine to deliver. But more than that there are people to greet.

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