Life Care hosts management meeting
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More than 300 people from 28 states, including Hawaii, have traveled to Cleveland this weekend for Life Care Centers of America’s 37th annual management meeting.

“Our executive directors, regional and divisional leadership and corporate associates will come together for four days of learning – company updates and industry information – set amidst a lot of fellowship, inspiration and recommitment to the principles of our mission of serving people,” said Beecher Hunter, Life Care president. “It is also an importanttime for us to thank God for His blessings upon our company and to ask for His continued wisdom and guidance.”

The meetings begin Sunday at the Corporate Plaza with breakfast and a program of music and inspiration by the Bridgemans. The sessions will continue through lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 25.

Sunday afternoon, guests will participate in a variety of team-building activities at the Cleveland Family YMCA, including volleyball, tug of war and a variety of relay races. Eight competing teams will represent each of Life Care’s seven divisions, as well as its corporate offices in Cleveland.

Sunday evening will feature a dinner in which the winning teams will be awarded, and the Hunt family will provide musical entertainment.

Education sessions begin Monday morning, and keynote addresses for the week will be presented by motivational speakers Jon Gordon and David Horsager.

The program with the biggest attendance will be Monday evening, when Life Care will honor excellence in performance. Among the presentations will be the two highest honors bestowed by Life Care: the Chairman’s Award to an outstanding associate and the Carl W. Campbell Wind Beneath My Wings Award, which goes to the company-wide volunteer of the year. Music for the dinner and awards ceremony will be provided by harpist Greg Buchanan.

Founded in 1976, Life Care is a nationwide health care company. With headquarters in Cleveland, Tenn., Life Care operates or manages more than 220 nursing, post-acute and Alzheimer’s centers in 28 states. For more information about Life Care, visit