CCC students caught in a day of random acts of kindness

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (Nebraska) — Central Community College sophomore nursing students received a visit from Primrose Retirement Community on Tuesday, February 14.

Primrose staff and residents surprised students on test day by delivering some goody bags during Random Acts of Kindness Week.

“This is our second year of random acts of kindness day with them,” said Deb Quick, director of sales at Primrose. “So it’s about relationships and building them beyond the senior community.”

With the shortage of nurses the world is facing today, Primrose thought they should let these students know they appreciate all the work they are putting in and show them some kindness with a gift.

“Many communities are experiencing staff shortages. So having them, that relationship with them will help not only in getting them to come work at Primrose and see what we have to offer, but also in referring someone in the future,” Quick said.

Not only were the students amazed by their presence, but they were grateful for all the treats they received.

We are here today, I am a second year nursing student. And Primrose has come for a week of random acts of kindness. And she brought us all gifts to thank us for being nurses,” said Katrina Tubbs, a sophomore nursing student at CCC.

Primrose hopes the students who received the gift bags will repay him with their act of kindness this week.

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