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National Call a Friend Day

November 30, 2022 — Who remembers when the late Regis Philbin asked contestants on Who Wants to be a Millionaire if they wanted to “Phone a Friend” to help confirm their multiple-choice answer? Even though you might not have a trivia question that needs to be answered, when was the last time you ‘phoned a friend’ just to catch... Read More

Poinsettia – America’s Holiday Plant

November 30, 2022 — The poinsettia plant is a common sight during the holiday season, and for good reason! With its vibrant red and green leaves, it adds a festive touch to any holiday display. Over the past century, poinsettias have become the best-selling potted plant in North America. Due to their strong association with Christmas, approximately 70 million... Read More

Give a Gift Made from the Heart

November 30, 2022 — Who doesn’t love gifts? There’s just something amazing about the fulfilling process of unwrapping or unboxing a gift, and the anticipation of wondering what’s inside. On Dec. 3, we celebrate National Make a Gift Day. This unofficial holiday encourages people to get creative and make gifts with a personal touch for their loved ones. Here... Read More

November Birthdays!

November 10, 2022 — Sending Happy Birthday wishes to our Residents David W. 11/3 Raymond Dobos 11/5 David Quevedo 11/11 Gene Crank 11/14 William Tomlin 11/22 Don Rigsby 11/27 Jonny Arnett 11/30 Happy Birthday to our amazing Staff James Marcus 11/9 Carter Shinkle 11/22 Yeantea Bouquia 11/29

Staff Spotlight

November 10, 2022 — This month’s staff spotlight is on Nicole Thompson. Nicole is our Admissions Coordinator and joined our team in August of this year. Nicole has been a huge part of our team since the first day she walked in the door. You can always find Nicole in our halls talking with residents or in her office... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

November 10, 2022 — Hello families: As we move into colder months, let’s all do our part to keep everyone healthy. Stay home if sick and remember to get your flu shot! I would also like to ask that with the upcoming holiday, and additional out of town visitors, that we stay diligent with our hand hygiene, and remember... Read More

Preserve Your Family History by Writing Family Stories

November 9, 2022 — Preserve Your Family History by Writing Family Stories “Everyone has a story to tell.” It seems like a cliché, but it’s true! November is Family Stories Month, a perfect time to gather your family together and transcribe those stories to preserve them for perpetuity. Here are some tips for writing your family stories: Decide which... Read More

Celebrate Your Unique Talent!

November 9, 2022 — Everyone has a talent that is special to them. Some talents are more commonly shareable, such as musical, artistic, or athletic talent, while others are less noticeable, like having a photographic memory, being able to do complex math in your head, or even having the ability to curl your tongue into an uncommon shape! With... Read More

Did You Know…Veterans Day Facts

November 9, 2022 — Veterans Day is a well-known American holiday, but there are several common misconceptions. Here are some interesting facts you may not know known about Veterans Day: Veterans Day does not have an apostrophe. You may sometimes see Veterans Day spelled as “Veteran’s Day” or “Veterans’ Day,” but this is incorrect. The holiday is not a... Read More

Bite-Size Candy Corn Facts & Fun

October 9, 2022 — Invented in the late 1880s by George Renninger, the sweet treat originally named “chicken feed” was manufactured by the Wunderle Candy Corn Company in Philadelphia. Due to the kernels’ unique layers of yellow, orange, and white, the original creation process was very costly and time-consuming, however, over 100 years and a name change later, the... Read More