On Tuesday, Oct. 9, employees and residents from Tanglewood Manor, a 214-bed assisted living facility in Jamestown, performed good deeds at Wegmans.
Since Tuesday is typically senior citizen day, one of the busiest days of the week, employees decided to use their "jean money," money they pay for the privilege of wearing jeans to work on Fridays, to purchase gift cards, flowers, and lunches for unsuspecting shoppers.
Their actions were video taped by videographer Tyler Little, owner of Evoking Emotions of Bradford, and turned into a flash mob, which was posted on YouTube.
Employees and residents from Tanglewood Manor performed good deeds at Wegmans on Tuesday, Oct. 9. Their actions can be viewed on YouTube.
Employees had a great time helping out their fellow shoppers.
One employee stated, "We have great employees and residents at Tanglewood who want to give back to our community. We all had so much fun that we hope to do it again."
The video can be seen at www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3CqZzpPg6Y.