The Elders were invited to be part of Erin Elementary School second grade Christmas play “The Grinch stole Christmas.” The children done an excellent job and our Elders loved being part of it. It was a great night and Thank You for asking us to be part of your important night!!!
News & Updates
Mr. Ralph Martin turned 93 year old this week. He celebrated with his family and enjoyed cake. Mr. Ralph is one of our World War II Veterans. Happy Birthday and Thank You for your service, Mr. Ralph!
The Elders get “Bingo Bucks” for participating in activities and playing bingo. They get to spend their bucks at our auctions. They are always fun and you never know what will been in the auction.
We do all kinds of activities daily but one the Elders look forward to is our Science Projects. This project was “What melts a candy cane the fastest and how it reacts in each substance.” We put 1 candy cane in a cup of hot water, cup of oil and a cup of vinegar. What happened? The hot water melted it the fastest, the vinegar slowly melted it and the oil made it swell. We learn something new everyday!
We welcomed a new member to our home Alex Butaud he is an Administrator in Training. He will learn many great things in Erin to carry to his new Signature home in the future. I think he might have been surprised????
WELCOME ALEX, WE’RE GLAD TO HAVE YA!!
Signature HealthCARE of Erin elders enjoy cooking, and we made “Grinch Mix” to go with our Grinch week. They enjoyed eating it just as much as making it. What fun getting into the Christmas spirit together!
We had an Ugly Sweater Party and our Elders’ choice was The Elf! Mrs. Clara’s sweater wasn’t Christmas themed, but she said, “It is ugly!”
Signature HealthCARE of Erin elders latest adventure took us to eating at the Aquarium, ICE! at Opryland, visiting the Delta Garden and the lights at Opryland Hotel and ending the day at Pizza Hut.
Our elders enjoying art class. Mrs. Julia said, “Everyone should paint because it is a great way to relax and it’s amazing what you can create. Everyone has an artist in their soul somewhere!“
We had our Annual Thanksgiving meal with our families on Sunday November 18th. We had over 500 family members join us and they all enjoyed a tradition meal with turkey and dressing, green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy, rolls and all kinds of desserts. Families brought their favorite dishes to share with everyone which is always a great hit. Our Elders loved getting to pray, eat and share fellowship with all the families.
This is one of our most memorable and favorite events that we do. There is always joyful tears that fill our eyes and our hearts are filled with thankfulness that we are blessed to be part of our Elders lives.