For the 35 residents that call Langston Place in Clinton home, the staff invited family, friends, and vendors like National Healthcare and Crescent Hospice to give the residents a parade.

Led by the Clinton Police Department and Clinton Fire Department, the line of cars and one golf cart circled Langston Place as the residents sat inside watching through the window. The windows were labeled with their names, making it easier for their visitors to find them.

After two laps, families could go sit at the windows and visit with their loved ones. The signs and balloons were taken off cars and given to the residents.  Lemonade and water were available to the participants in the parade.
Langston Place has been closed to visitors due to COVID-19. They do allow window visits. They have a window set up for daily visits. 
According to their director, Mary-Addison Morgan, no resident or employee has tested positive for coronavirus.