We! Celebrate Gratitude Video Contest

Community Happenings  |  December 1, 2021

The votes are in! Thank you to all who participated in CLC-Cappella’s We! Celebrate Gratitude video contest and those who voted for their favorite videos.

Our CLC-Cappella team has shown their amazing creativity in the past, this year we challenged our teams to shout out our community’s reasons to Celebrate or show Gratitude in a fun-filled or inspirational video! Each community had the opportunity submit videos focusing on We! Celebrate or We! Celebrate Gratitude, or a combination of the two, we left it open for interpretation. Some shared simple messages of Thanksgiving, while others went into a full production showcasing their creativity and pride in community.

The winners of the We! Celebrate Gratitude video contest are:

1st PlaceDemaree Crossing in Greenwood, Indiana will receive $750 for their holiday celebrations.

2nd PlaceCappella of Pueblo West in Pueblo, Colorado will receive $500 for their holiday celebrations.

3rd PlaceSugar Fork Crossing in Anderson, Indiana will receive $250 for their holiday celebrations.

Congratulations to all communities! We are grateful for such creative and caring teams!

In case you missed it, you can view all of the fun, creative and heartfelt video submissions here:

Cappella Pueblo West

Rhythms Home Care

Sugar Fork Crossing

Demaree Crossing


Someren Glen


Villagio of Carrollton

We also want all 22 communities and our friends at our Rhythms Home Care to know just how much We! Celebrate them so at this year’s annual CLC Board of Directors and Leadership Retreat held earlier this month, the group took a few minutes to express their support and gratitude for all of the hard work and dedication exhibited everyday in community.

A simple heart felt message of appreciation

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