Dear Mr. Joyner,
I operate a senior activity center that has been in operation for two years. Daily we have from 15-25 seniors; ranging in age from 60-94 years-old and the majority of them are seriously ill and disabled. If it were not for our center, many would be home alone without any interaction with others. I believe they deserve as higher quality of life as possible, so i am taking a chance on writing you with this Christmas Wish.
On Fridays, we have movie day and our clients watch TV on a big butt, 15 inch screen. They get bored because it is hard to see and hear. I would love for them to be able to enjoy the documentaries, movies and information shows we try to bring to them.
It is my Christmas wish to ask you for a large, flat-screen HD television to enrich the movie and tv experience for our elderly. Please, take a look at my babies on YouTube doing the Harlem shake on 4/1/13 with their YMCA fitness instructor. It will make your day.
Laura Richardson, executive director of Oakland Park Senior Activity Center