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For generations, a community has served a vital role in terms of acting as a support system and offering a way to bring people together. With our society moving at a faster pace with busy schedules and the frequency people change jobs, homes and locations, it makes it harder to make a connection and feel part of something bigger than yourself.  As a locally owned and operated business, we are committed to the community we serve. Each year, our employees participate in a variety of community activities and support a number of worthwhile organizations. A strong community benefits the individual, the community as well as the greater society. People of all ages who feel a sense of belonging tend to lead happier and healthier lives, and strong communities create a more stable and supportive society. This is directly related to our Interim HealthCare mission – We Improve People’s Lives.

INTERIM HEALTHCARE OF MACOMB participates in the 87th annual Romeo Peach Parade.
Ask any Macomb county resident what they think of when they think of Romeo Michigan and you’ll most certainly hear peaches and parades.

The Romeo Peach Festival is one of the many events that draw visitors to Romeo. It began in 1931 and runs through Labor Day weekend (Thursday-Monday). The purpose of creating the festival was to promote economic growth for the Romeo area. Signifying a traditional end to summer, the Peach Parade concludes the four day event  with a warm hometown parade through downtown Main Street. Featuring over 120 participants including beauty queens, clowns, cider mills and high school marching bands, an estimated 150,000 Michigan residents from Macomb and surrounding counties gather together to celebrate summer, small town traditions, and support of local business.

As a new face in Romeo, Interim Healthcare of Macomb enjoyed its’ first participation in the parade. Joined by young supporters eager to spread the kindness and compassion IHC represents, the crew passed out over 8,000 candies as well as pens, notepads, and countless smiles to parade viewers. 
“It’s not just about getting our name out there in the community, but putting a face behind the name, and more importantly -  showing people that we are not just a Health Care Agency, but a people with a passion to serve others.” – Scott and Kristin Beckholt, owners


group of kids at paradeparade group