Letter from the Administrator

Feb 7, 2020 — Just a reminder about Flu season. It is in full swing, and the strain this year is especially hard on children and the elderly. Please be mindful of this and don’t visit if you are feeling sick or have a fever. If you do have to come in, please wear a mask and use plenty... Read More

It Is Flu Season

Feb 7, 2020 — To help us provide the best possible care to our residents, please do not visit if you are unwell, if you have a cough, fever, cold or other flu-like symptoms. We have stations set up for visitors with information about the flu, hand sanitizer, and masks for your use. Thank you for helping us keep... Read More

Happy Birthday!

Feb 7, 2020 — Zella L. 2/4 Mary H. 2/11 Thelma M. 2/12 Patricia S.B. 2/12 Lilly D. 2/22 Maudie H. 2/24 William B. 2/26

On Feb. 9, National Pizza Day, Where Do Your Pizza Toppings Belong?

Feb 7, 2020 — In the pizza industry, there has been many a conflict over how to make the best pizza. It is debatable that toppings under the sauce taste and look better or worse than toppings above the sauce and cheese. Chicago-style pizza goes against the traditional grain of most of the other pizza recipes in the U.S.... Read More

Exercise and Heart Health

Feb 7, 2020 — If you’ve been diagnosed with heart disease or are at risk of developing heart disease, regular exercise is essential for the health of your heart, body and mind. In fact, aerobic exercise and heart health really do go hand-in-hand. Before jumping into your gym shoes, however, talk to your doctor about your desires and objectives.... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

Jan 6, 2020 — Happy Holidays, Everyone!!! The holidays are in full swing and we are very blessed to have a community that cares so much about our loved ones. Every day we have had carolers, etc. to make our season bright! By the time you read this, our Christmas should be and we are very thankful for everything... Read More

National Glaucoma Awareness Month Glaucoma: A Brief Overview

Jan 6, 2020 — Glaucoma is not a single disease, but a group of diseases that gradually steal eyesight without warning and oftentimes without any prior symptoms. The loss of vision occurs due to damage to the optic nerve. There are many forms of glaucoma, however, two are most prominent. Primary Open Angle Glaucoma (POAG) is the most common... Read More

How to Create the Perfect Story with Simple Scrapbook Journaling

Jan 6, 2020 — Scrapbook journaling is the inscription that goes with pictures in a scrapbook compilation. There are a variety of ways to create scrapbook journals, which include story-telling, script-writing, or use of fictional stories. The most typical way of scrapbook journaling is by writing the notes or comments by hand, but if your penmanship is hard to... Read More

Popcorn Mix-In Ideas: National Popcorn Day is January 21

Jan 6, 2020 — Whether you like popcorn plain, with cheese, or classic theatre-style with melted butter—today is a great day to try something new! Here are some quick and easy mix-in ideas to try the next time you pop those hot, fluffy kernels. If you like peanut butter… mix in a small bag of Reeses Pieces into your... Read More

Winter Sniffles: Allergies or the Common Cold?

Jan 6, 2020 — The cold days of winter bring most of us indoors for the year – and then the sniffles start up. Symptoms like sneezing, congestion, and sore throat are common during the winter months. These unpleasant symptoms can be evidence of a winter cold, but they can also mean indoor allergies. What are the causes of... Read More