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September 21, 2017

Enforcers Provide Prom Dates for Woodcrest Residents


COVINGTON, KY - September 19, 2017 -  Besides being a championship level ABA basketball team, at the top of the priority list for the Kentucky Enforcers is being an active player in the Northern Kentucky/Greater Cincinnati community.


This Friday, a month and half before the start of the 2017-2018 ABA season, the Enforcers players and administration will lend their services as escorts to the residents of Woodcrest Nursing and Rehabilitation Center at the establishment’s prom event. The Enforcers will trade in their shorts and gym shoes for ties and sport coats and dance the evening away with the folks who call Woodcrest home. The event will feature all the same frills as the one you remember from high school including a DJ, professional photographer, and raffle prizes. Slated to join the Enforcers as escorts are the Elsmere Police Department, Congressman Thomas Massie, State Legislator Kim Moser, and Cincinnati Reds legend George Foster. The event is scheduled 6:00pm - 9:00pm, but with a “Forever Young” theme, who knows what time the party may last to?


Located at 3876 Turkeyfoot Road in Elsmere, Kentucky, Woodcrest Nursing and Rehabilitation Center provides 24 hour nursing care for residents. Woodcrest’s additional services include speech and physical therapy, dementia care, psychological services, diabetes management, and a beauty and barber shop. They are the only rehabilitation center in the area that provides treatment for individuals with COPD, asthma, and emphysema by way of their brand new pulmonary rehab unit.

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