Card shower for Massena woman's birthday

Lucia Johnson, of Massena, recently turned 90 years old. She celebrated by spending the day with her family who are now able to visit United Helpers Rehabilitation and Senior Care in Canton, where she lives in the Assisted Living wing. The occasion was marked with a card shower, in which she received more than 125 birthday cards. For more, see story here. Submitted by United Helpers.

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