Music, pizza and pink ribbons highlight the week for residents

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By Special to The Sun


Residents enjoy Steve Hale reading the Sunday school lesson, playing his guitar and singing gospel music on Tuesday morning. We appreciate Steve sharing his talents with us.

It was a nice day for making hot chocolate Tuesday afternoon. The residents enjoyed this delicious treat.
What Am I? was a fun time for all who participated Wednesday afternoon. I gave them clues and they guessed what thing or object I was. They did a great job!
As this is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we made pink ribbons and gave staff and residents a ribbon if they wanted it. We also tied pink ribbons on antennas of cars and trucks. Those who helped enjoyed this special event on Thursday afternoon.
Antioch Christian Church led us in worship. The residents who participated enjoyed this opportunity on Thursday night. It is great to have Antioch Christian each month.
As this is National Pizza Month, we enjoyed a program about the history of pizza. We learned pizza goes back to the Stone Age.
Music filled the air Saturday night as Joe Hamilton and the Country Connection Karaoke group entertained us with a variety of songs. The residents who participated had a fun time. Joe and friends come each third Saturday night.
The First Baptist Church had Sunday school with us on Sunday morning. The singing and Sunday school lesson was great! We appreciate the choir and Gene for allowing us to worship each third Sunday of the month.
This Saturday night promises to be a great night for music. The Carpenter Brothers and Friends Band will be our featured entertainment. We invite all music lovers to join us at 7 p.m.
We invite children to stop by our place on Halloween to trick or treat with us. The time of this event is 4-7 p.m. We love seeing the children in their costumes and giving them a treat. This is a great way to bring children and adults together!
Do you have a talent or craft to share? Ask us about volunteering!