Residents welcome interim administrator
The Sunday worship January 27 was led by Rev. Brian Jones, Miller First Presbyterian Church. He led singing, accompanied by Sue Jones on piano. He read scripture, John 15:12-17, and gave a message on “The Ministry of Love.” He emphasized that the way God loves us sometimes is through the love of other people, and gave an example through a story, “Ten Cents,” from the book, “Chicken Soup for the Soul.”
Pastor Nathan Nye, Miller Church of the Nazarene, led a memorial service for Elton Burke Monday morning. Condolences continue to go out to Elton’s family.
Monday afternoon small group participants played the game Jenga.
Sue Jones led Monday evening hymn sing, with Gertrude Pautsch playing piano.
Father Chester Murtha, St. Ann Catholic Church, celebrated Mass Tuesday morning.
Tuesday afternoon Bingo helpers were Dorothy Engelmann, Carolyn Johnsen, Agnes Kolda, Maylou Oakley, Doris Schultz and Janice Wilbur.
Agnes Kolda led Wednesday morning Rosary. The topic of discussion during Wednesday morning Men’s Coffee was antique tractors.
Pastor Kent Atkinson, Miller First Baptist Church, led a Bible study on the book of First John Wednesday afternoon.
Congratulations to Kim Phinney, who received her five-year service pin at a full staff meeting Wednesday afternoon.
Card games were played Wednesday evening.
Women’s Coffee was served Thursday morning, and social time was held in the afternoon.
Residents met and welcomed Angela Lako-Quinn to the facility and community as our interim administrator.
Scrabble games were played Thursday evening.
In conjunction with February being “Reader’s Digest Month,” stories were read from the September 2012 Reader’s Digest for Friday morning’s reading time. Two stories read were “Hot. Thirsty. Lost” by Kenneth Miller, and “Danger on the Road” by Melba Newsome.
Some residents participated in a parachute game Friday afternoon.
Inspirational Quote of the Week:
“Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out.” ~ Art Linkletter