Weyand is named Shining Star of the Month
St. Lawrence Community Church held the February 17 Sunday worship service. Linda Allen led singing, accompanied by Sherry Van Zee on piano. Darrelyn Tutt led prayer, and Pastor Scot Tutt read John 6:25-35. His message was, “Jesus is the bread of life.”
Circle I women, Miller First Presbyterian Church, hosted the February monthly birthday party Monday afternoon. Helping were Ann Douglas, Mary Johnson, Sue Jones, Tyann Jones, SuAnne Meyer, Wanda Stevens and Nancy Williams. They served angel food cake topped with cherry pie filling and whipped topping.
Danica Fanning and SuAnne Meyer provided entertainment. The two led residents in singing “yesteryear” songs, followed by Danica singing and telling about her trip to New York City, where she sang at Carnegie Hall. What a blessing to hear her. SuAnne accompanied on piano.
Each birthday resident received a birthday card and gift bags of mixed nuts, combs, tissues and small candy bars. It was a great party, and we appreciate the Circle I members for hosting it.
Monday evening hymn sing was led by Marilyn Dyer and Dawn Haar, Miller First Presbyterian Church. Sue Jones was accompanist.
Father Chester Murtha, St. Ann Catholic Church, celebrated Mass Tuesday morning.
Resident Council was also held Tuesday morning. Congratulations to Barb Weyand, the March Shining Star of the Month. We appreciate you, Barb.
Helpers for Tuesday afternoon Bingo were Avis Chipman, Kim Edwards, Dorothy Engelmann, Carolyn Forman, Carolyn Johnsen, Maylou Oakley, LaVonne Puffer and Doris Schultz.
Kay Martinmaas led Rosary Wednesday morning. Men’s Coffee was also held that morning.
Pastor Mark Johnsen, Miller United Methodist Church, led a Bible study on Exodus 18 Wednesday afternoon.
Following the Bible study, birthday cake was served by friends, in honor of one of our residents, who turned 96.
Card games were played Wednesday evening.
Women enjoyed apple and raspberry pastries during their Thursday morning coffee time.
Residents made “button corsages” during arts and crafts time Thursday afternoon.
Scrabble games were played Thursday evening.
Two of the stories read during reading time Friday morning were “The Mysterious Sandwich” by Edna Krause, and “New York World’s Fair” by Dwain Smith. They were taken from the February 2003 “Good Old Days” magazine.
Some of the residents attended Charlie Wilber’s funeral Friday morning. Our condolences go out to Charlie’s family. We dearly miss him.
Deb Cermak volunteered her time to do toenail care Friday afternoon. You are a blessing, Deb.
Residents played a game of “What Am I?” Friday afternoon. This was followed by coffee time.
Two residents attended the Miller vs. Highmore/Harrold basketball game Friday evening. Congratulations, boys, on your victory. We had fun watching you play.
We appreciate the Rustler Roost children who sent us teabag holders this week in the shape of teacups. Each holder held an organic teabag. The residents have been enjoying using them.
The movie, “Simon Birch,” starring Ashley Judd and Oliver Platt, was shown Saturday afternoon.
Inspirational quote of the week: “It is another’s fault if he be ungrateful, but it is mine if I do not give.” ~ Seneca