Beth Kelsey led the Sunday worship service February 3. She talked about Jesus in the synagogue at Nazareth, taken from Luke 4:16 and on.
A Super Bowl party was held Sunday evening, with popcorn, flip sides pretzel crackers and pop being served.
The careers class from Miller High School came Monday afternoon to paint fingernails, visit with residents and play games with any wishing to do so.
Freddie Fanning played piano music during Monday afternoon coffee.
Miller Lions Club members ate supper and held their meeting at Good Samaritan Society-Miller Monday evening.
Hymn sing was also held Monday evening. Sue Jones led the singing, and Gertrude Pautsch was accompanist.
Miller High School’s human development class students came Tuesday morning for more nail painting, visits and games. The residents always look forward to these visits and appreciate the students taking their time to come.
Father Chester Murtha, St. Ann Catholic Church, celebrated Mass Tuesday morning.
Bingo helpers Tuesday afternoon were Darlene Cox, Kim Edwards, Dorothy Engelmann, Carolyn Johnsen, Agnes Kolda, Dorothy Lichty, Maylou Oakley, LaVonne Puffer and Janice Wilbur.
Maylou Oakley led Wednesday morning Rosary. Men’s coffee was also served that morning.
Pastor Scot Tutt, New Beginnings Worship Center, led a Bible study Wednesday afternoon on prayer, using scripture from Colossians 1:3-11. His wife, Darrelyn, read two poems she had written, “Though Tears Shall Fall” and “Access.” She also played piano for the residents during coffee time after the Bible study.
Card games were played Wednesday evening.
Women’s coffee was served Thursday morning.
A memorial service for Ernie Lewellen was held Thursday morning, led by Pastor Mark Johnsen, Miller United Methodist Church. Our condolences and prayers continue to go out to Ernie’s family.
During Thursday afternoon arts and crafts, residents made Valentine garland for decorating.
Reading time was held Friday morning. Two of the stories read, taken from the February 2003 “Good Old Days” magazine, were “Valentine Box Supper” by Betty Thomason, and “The Year the School Burned,” by Marjorie Busher.
Residents played “Shake Loose a Memory” Friday afternoon.
The movie, “The Three Stooges,” was shown Saturday afternoon.
Inspirational Quote of the Week: “We cannot do everything at once, but we can do something at once.” ~ Calvin Coolidge
MHS students visit Good Samaritan residents