Hand-In-Hand and Roost kids visit Good Sam residents-Good Samaritan Society

Posted August 14, 2013 at 12:00 am

Hand-In-Hand and Roost kids visit Good Sam residents

Miller First Presbyterian Church was in charge of the worship service Sunday, Aug. 4. Rev. Brian Jones gave a message on John 10:1-5. Janice Palmer played piano.


Good Samaritan Society, Miller

Monday afternoon, small group participants played a game of “Hometown USA—Miller.” They also made fresh-popped popcorn.

There was a “Sing-along with Hammers” time Monday evening. They led singing of oldies songs. Darlene also sang a solo, “Ma, He’s Making Eyes at Me.”

Father Chester Murtha, St. Ann Catholic Church, celebrated Mass Tuesday morning.

Helping with Bingo Tuesday afternoon were Dorothy Engelmann, Kay Fawcett, Carolyn Johnsen, Violet Moncur, Maylou Oakley, LaVonne Puffer, Doris Schultz, Charlotte Taylor and Janice Wilbur. Mavis Auch provided snack bars after Bingo.

Agnes Kolda led Rosary Wednesday morning, and Men’s Coffee was also served that morning.

Wednesday afternoon, Pastor Joseph Raleigh, Miller First Baptist Church, led a Bible study on “What Jesus is Teaching Us” in Matthew 5:17-20.

Card games were played Wednesday evening.

Intergenerational time with Hand In Hand Daycare children Thursday morning found them creating a Jackson Pollock painting using a golfball dipped in paint.

Residents had Blizzards to help support Children’s Miracle Network Thursday afternoon.

Scrabble games were played Thursday evening.

Residents made trail mix during baking time Friday morning. August is “Trail Mix Month.”

Only a few residents were brave enough to eat outside for a noon picnic on Friday. Corndogs and watermelon were to items served at the outdoor/indoor picnic.

Rustler Roost children played games with residents Friday afternoon. Trail mix was served for snacks.

Inspirational quote of the week:

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