November was another busy month for us at the Home. We started off with Remembrance Day. (see News articles for more photos)
Snow came all too soon and our everchanging gardens were blanketed in white early in November. The path was closed, and the gardens put to bed putting us in the holiday spirit to get the home “decked with boughs of holly”. The Recreation department out did themselves to get ready for the Christmas Craft Sale and Tree Lighting on November 29th.
Resident Pam Courneya has designed our Christmas card for two years now. Pam produces artwork of exquisite beauty with her art therapist Elizabeth.
Our United Way Campaign is ongoing and has raised over two thousand dollars to date! Our Chili contest Winner!
Sadly we lost one of our Home area cats Coco after a long and contented life!
Many shots of tree lighting. It was magical with the mellow sound of Four Front playing beloved Christmas songs as the residents trimmed the tree and Thelma trips the switch to light it up! We enjoyed seasonal cupcakes and juice. Christmas is officially started.