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Residents ready for Humor Fest

By Ashley Crownover

Please join us at Henrietta Care Center this Friday, April 13, at noon for our Annual Humor Banquet. In preparation for the banquet, we had funny shoe day on Tuesday, and we will have hat day on Thursday. Mack the Balloonist will be at the banquet making balloon characters. The community is welcome to come have funny foods with us on the 13th. Because laughter is the best medicine, humor week is a magnificent and enjoyable week around HCC. We look forward to our banquet this Friday, and we hope to see you there.

Henrietta Care Center has four new residents, Ruth Lemond, Robert Maddox, Juanita Maddox and Harold Hager. Thank you to each of you for choosing HCC, and we hope you enjoy your stay with us. We are so thankful for our residents, and we love each and every one of you.

We have three birthdays to celebrate during the month of April. April 3 was Edna Smith’s birthday followed by Doris Green’s on the 7th and J.W. Barker’s on the 26th. The monthly birthday party will be on the last Friday of the month, April 27 at 3 p.m. Family and friends are welcome to join us at our celebration.

We would like to thank all the children who showed up for our Easter egg hunt and Easter party. There were 20 children at HCC for our egg hunt. We are so thankful for such a great turnout, and the residents thoroughly enjoyed the time they got to spend with the kids.

HCC residents play bingo two to three times each week, and they are awarded bingo bucks to purchase items from the Country Store. If you have any items that you would like to donate for the store, please call the activity director, Vickie Whitehead, at (940) 538-4303 or just drop them by Henrietta Care Center. Some needed items include perfumes, body sprays, powder, word search books, jewelry and/or any items you feel the residents might enjoy owning. As always, your donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your help.

Have a wonderful week.


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