Daycare kids spend time with Good Sam residents
Pastor Nathan Nye, Miller Church of the Nazarene, held the worship service Sunday, July 28. He led singing (a cappella), and gave a message (“A Disastrous Party”) on Daniel 5:1-31.
Residents in small group worked puzzles and made popcorn Monday afternoon.
Bingo games were played Tuesday afternoon. Volunteer helpers were Darlene Cox, Dorothy Engelmann, Maylou Oakley, LaVonne Puffer, Doris Schultz, Annette Snodgrass and Janice Wilbur.
Maylou Oakley led Wednesday morning Rosary. Men’s Coffee was served outside that morning.
Rev. Brian Jones, Miller First Presbyterian Church, gave a Bible study on Psalm 147:1-11 Wednesday afternoon. He stated, “God delights not in the strong or the fast, but in those who trust in His steadfast love.” Gertrude Pautsch played piano for the singing portion of the Bible study session. Carrots and grapes were served for snacks after the activity.
Card games were played Wednesday evening.
Fifteen Hand In Hand Daycare children came Thursday morning for intergenerational time. They colored, cut and pasted a picture of bird nests with two birds in them.
Audrey Oligmueller read several short stories from the book, “My Folks and the Family Farm,” Thursday afternoon.
Women’s Coffee was served Friday morning.
Residents had ice cream treats from Karly Beckett—the “ice cream lady”—Friday afternoon. Some ate the treats outside, and some stayed inside.
Kevin Hofer brought by his dog, Mortis, and 20-month-old son, Blake, to visit residents Saturday afternoon.
“What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity. These are but trifles, to be sure, but scattered along life’s pathway, the good they do is inconceivable.” ~ Joseph Addison