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Our community had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday. Pictured, Resident Council President, Roger Carman, drew staff names in our Thankful Drawing. Lucky winners received a delicious turkey. Now, Beautification Club members are busy quickly transforming our community into a winter wonderland. We also are proudly displaying a lovely Christmas tree, representing our residents, at the Allen County Museum's Festival of Trees holiday exhibit. We're anxious to bring on the holiday spirit with hot chocolate and warm wishes!
We always attempt to find unique activities for residents and our marble art day was a huge hit. Basically the process involved residents making patterns in shaving cream with food coloring which gets transferred to cardstock. Once the excess is squeegeed off the art is left to dry. Resident Geraldine Miller, was one of our artists and enjoyed displaying her colorful masterpiece.
This past Saturday, October 28th, we hosted a trick or treat open house. It was open to residents' family and friends as well as the general public. We had a good turn out and the facility was buzzing with activity. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. Residents were busy passing out candy and treats while others assisted with favorite activities like face painting. We served punch and cookies to get everyone in the spirit, and all who attended said they had a "spooktackular" time!
Liberty Retirement Community of Lima piloted a wonderful new activity for our residents on October 5th. We rolled out our first "Paint and Sip"! We invited local artist, Viet, to the facility to give us an overview of techniques and design before helping us create our own personal masterpieces which mimicked his original sunset artwork. We celebrated all of our hard work with snacks and sparkling juices. Some of our finished pieces are currently being displayed in the dining room for all to enjoy. Feedback from our residents has been very positive, so we're in the process of making arrangements to offer it again in the upcoming months, so stay tuned!
With a hint of leaves changing and mornings getting a bit brisker, we're starting to get in the harvest spirit and excited about gearing up our in-house fall decorating efforts. Yesterday, residents were busy selecting and decorating their own mini-pumpkins. In addition, our Beautification Club members have been busy creating wreaths and baskets. All of the decorations will be displayed throughout our facility to enhance the atmosphere into a festive fall home environment. Bring on Fall!
With the humidity letting up and a slight feel of fall in the air, we decided to take advantage of the great temperatures and spend an afternoon enjoying some of Lima's great parks. It was a treat to eat outdoors and our kitchen packed tasty lunches for our picnic. Some residents were happy bird watching and appreciating nature while others played cards or just relaxed basking in the sun and reminiscing. However, everyone was excited about the stop for ice cream on the way back!
This week, our residents got to enjoy all the fun, friendships, and terrific fair food at the Allen County Fair on Senior Day! At the fair the residents experienced the antique tractor pull and display, wood carving projects, petting zoo and animal exhibits by the youth of Allen County. Of course the best part about the fair was wide variety of food vendors! Enjoyable weather along with a great group of our volunteers helped make this possible. In fact, we had such a great time that the residents are already making plans to attend next year!
One key to our success is our approach to care. Staff, as well as residents, unitedly embrace convictions of active participation, empowerment and creating a neighborhood where residents can experience peace of mind and personal growth.
May 6-12 was National Nurses Week and our Lima community made a point to celebrate the important contributions our nurses regularly make. This year, we explored the theme, "Nursing: the balance of mind, body and spirit." It takes a dedicated, self-sacrificing team to provide the highest level of care for our patients, and we are appreciative and grateful for the hard work and compassionate care our nursing staff provides. As a token of our pride and gratitude we held a pizza party with cake and small gifts.
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