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BREAKING NEWS! – Sheep Kidnapped from Front Pasture

On the evening of November 28th a sheep family was torn apart. It is very sad to report that Momma Mo was taken from the front pasture at Arbor Terrace of Herndon. It was reported by Maintenance Director Scott J. around 10:30 pm. "Did someone move the sheep?" he wrote in an email to the Arbor management team. "Nope not me, is it not there? Julie responded. "Oh no...don't tell me what I think you're about to tell me" replied Michele the Business Manager and also the biggest fan of our sheep. 

Unfortunately the news was true. Sometime between the hours of 5:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., Momma Mo was taken. We have strong suspicion that Mo was taken for the use of a neighborhood Nativity set or taken as a dare done by local teenagers. Wherever Mo is we will not stop looking until we find her. Mo's husband, Curly, has asked to give his family privacy and he refused to make any statements regarding the kidnapping. Mo and Curly's son, Larry, asks, "Please, bring mom home for Christmas." Larry has been relocated to a safe place until further safety procedures are put into action. We are asking our citizens and residents of Arbor to please keep an eye out while riding the van – help us bring Momma Mo home. 


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Stefa’nie Ross

About the Author: Stefa’nie Ross

Stefa’nie joins the Arbor family with over four years in the senior living industry and ten years in Sales. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and toddler. She has been dedicated to helping families find the perfect location to help them live the life they truly deserve. Her favorite part of being in senior living is creating a bond with new grandmothers at each community she works.

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