Liberty residents went in search of the Golden Eggs left by the Easter Bunny in the various areas of the nursing center. What an exciting way to celebrate Easter this year. The lucky winners were Phyllis, Betty, Marsha, Victoria, Martha, and Fay. Congratulations!
Pictured to the left: Fay / Continured on the next blog
Continued from previous blog. . . Afterwards, the gang went out for a nice lunch. Pictured are our Social Services Coordinator Raquel, left, resident Bonnie, Activities Director Julie, and residents Shirley and Peggy.
Continued from previous blog. . . The restoration of Christ in heaven.
Continued from previous blog. . . The opening of the empty tomb.
An Easter treat, we took a few residents to the Living Bible Museum here in town for lessons on the life of Christ and the meaning of Easter. The museum showcases scenes and lessons from the various Biblical scenes in the New Testament. Here we see the crucifixion of Jesus... Continued on the next Blog
Continued from previous blog. . . The comfy sofa has been better situated for ease of use.
Continued from previous blog. . . The baby doll collection has a new organized home.
The crews have been hard at work remodeling the Renaissance Wing for our patients with varied types of dementia. Our organ has been prominently placed for patients to play their favorite music . . . continued on the next blog
The gang gathered for coffee and to have their nails done this week. Enjoying the camaraderie!
Meet Smokey! We finally got Smokey in the frame. He prefers to hide from the camera. Smokey is our outdoor resident cat. He's been around for years, but few people have the pleasure of his company, and for even fewer he gives his permission to actually pet him. He has the typical regal cat self-confidence. But, Smokey is very special, visiting residents enjoying the main courtyard garden, sneaking up on them, and then quickly zipping behind a bush.