Residents mix and mingle


Games provide laughter and socialization during the week. On Sunday and Saturday morning, residents played Wii Bowling. On Sunday afternoon, six residents played Dominoes with Elaine Burne winning. On Monday afternoon, five residents played Yahtzee with Marion Lansdown winning. On Wednesday afternoon, 10 residents played Bingo, and Friday afternoon, 11 resident played Bingo. Carol Higby, Nadine Caleb, Truth Karstoft, and Russell Cox won Four Corners. Janet Kennaday, Elaine Burge, and Charlotte Gibbons won the Blackout. Our volunteers were Sue Bartlett, Gloria Rakness, Lila Worden, Dawna Erickson, Elder Cabela, and Elder McConneghey.

Movies provided entertainment for residents throughout the week and the weekend. In the evening resident may watch the Turner Classic Movies channel, which has no commercials. On Tuesday morning, four residents watched “To Catch a Thief” and had popcorn as they watched the movie.

For Lunch Out at the Saratoga Senior Center, three residents had Tater Tot Casserole on Monday. On Friday, four residents had corned beef and cabbage as well as birthday cake at the center.

On Sunday afternoon, Pastor Scott Stinson of the Saratoga Missionary Alliance Church led our church service.

On Tuesday afternoon, 11 residents attended our St. Patrick’s Day Party. We played one Blackout with Kenny Hoagland winning.

On Wednesday morning, seven residents had their hair done, and nine residents had their finger nails done by Janice Kerpan, Georgia Schroer, Connie, and Kathy McMorrow.

On Thursday morning, five residents went shopping at the Family Dollar. They were accompanied by Sue Morawski and Kathy McMorrow.

On Thursday afternoon, 14 residents attended the monthly birthday party. We celebrated the birthday of Kenny Hoagland with ice cream and cake. The party was hosted by the Rebekkah Lodge.

On Saturday afternoon, residents played Blackjack and had ice cream cones.

We greatly appreciate the continued support of our volunteers throughout the week. They are an integral part of the Activity Program. Anyone wishing to become a volunteer, please contact Tom Mansfield, Activity Director, at the facility.


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