Forster Woods Adult Day Center grew from the vision of the The Very Rev. Ronald C. Byrd, Sr. and from the support of the congregation of St. Katherine’s Episcopal Church to reach out into our community and provide much needed support to elder adults and their caregivers. Forster Woods opened on July 31, 2012 and is a community-based, non-profit adult day center. Forster Woods is located on 10 ½ acres of gardens and woods in the midst of a residential area on the campus of St. Katherine’s Episcopal Church in Williamston, Michigan.
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