Monday, May 7
Residents enjoyed the trivia game of Human Body Jingo at 10 a.m. with a large crowd in attendance.
Kassie Scott led the exercises at 1:30 p.m. She was assisted by staff members.
Tuesday, May 8
Residents all enjoyed bowling at 10 a.m. with assistance of staff.
The Monthly Music Program with Wayne and Roy Lynn, Jamie and Christy Franke, and Amber Hodde was held at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 9
Exercises were held with Kassie Scott at 9 a.m.
Patsy Clithero read The Vandalia Leader at 10 a.m.
At 1:30 p.m. residents enjoyed the Hawaii Wedding Cake made by Earlene Hopke. She was assisted by Davaline Overton.
The Faith Tabernacle Church held their monthly musical devotional program at 6:30 p.m. with a large crowd in attendance.
Thursday, May 10
The Second Christian Church held their monthly program with JoAnn Cockrell, Inez McPike, Katherine Salmon, and Virgie Overton. Residents received fresh fruit.
Residents enjoyed exercises at 1:30 p.m. with assistance of Kassie Scott and staff.
Friday, May 11
Residents were taken outside by Susan Jennings and Allison Griggsby at 10 a.m.
Trivia was enjoyed by residents at 1:30 p.m. Allison Griggsby and Susan Jennings assisted.
Residents and staff left at 8:15 to go to Hannibal, Mo. to the Golden Age Games. Several residents won first and second places. Those going were Dorothy Diffenderfer, Jerri Logan, Ilene Branstetter, Sue Beedle, Margaret Fowler, Hazel Slatten, Dean Maxwell, Flossie Kenaston, Billie Ray, Melissa Redd, Anna Soey, Nellie Young,, Sammy Harrelson, Sue Henderson, Eva Bell Kurz. They were assisted by Penny Kampeter, Stephanie Terrell Teressa Cunningham, Kassie Scott, Patricia Conway, Mary Wilson, Patti Ingram, Brook McPike, Sharon McPike, Chris Clark, Yvette Colson, Angie Gerderman, Davaline Overton, and bus driver, Fred Geerlings. Everyone had a wonderful time.
Saturday, May 12
The Mother’s Day program was held with Marilyn Love and Ellen Roy singing musical selections. The oldest mother was Eva Bell Kurz, 101. The youngest mother was Anna Spires at 54 years. The non mother was Katheryn Menefee. The mother with the most children was Ethel Pew. The family that traveled the farthest was Alice Weeks. Refreshments of cake and punch was served with a large crowd in attendance.
Sunday, May 13
The Bible Holiness Church led the worship services at 2 p.m. Next week the Assembly of God Church will be in charge of services.
Donations were received from Gertrude Sprock and Sandy Rice for the Activity Department.