Waterville, OH, May 25, 2013 –(PR.com)– Historically speaking when the family decides to go out to dinner, they fail to include restaurants located in local senior living communities. However, Browning Masonic Community (BMC) located in Waterville, Ohio is changing the status quo. Recently, the dining facility received an accolade declaring their spot in the top 50 list of eating establishments located in Lucas County.
As many as one in six people will suffer from food poisoning by the end of the year. For many who have suffered from this horrible, gut-wrenching affliction there follows a need to seek out restaurants with high standards or stay at home. Browning Masonic Community is fighting those odds with impeccable food safety skills, and sending patrons home satisfied and contented.
“The Health Department takes great pride in food service establishments that are truly concerned with food safety and kitchen cleanliness,” stated David Grossman, M.D. Health Commissioner.
“Our staff enjoys serving our residents fabulous dishes,” said Dave Subleski, BMC president, “and receiving recognition for their ability to accomplish this while maintaining a safe, clean environment is icing on the proverbial cake.”
In this modern era where some claim technology has overrun common courtesy, it is comforting to know there are still places where you can receive friendly service and a delicious meal in a clean environment.
The Ohio Masonic Home is an aging services company that serves nearly 750 residents on campuses in Springfield, Waterville and Medina, Ohio. They also provide community-based services to more than 1,700 clients in various locations across the state.