Residents grateful for donations

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By Ashley Crownover
Correspondent

Henrietta Care Center sends a warm thank you out to the person who donated 4 fans for the residents’ rooms. Your thoughtfulness is appreciated. The fans have been very useful.

Connie Monteith donated gifts to the country store including a picture frame, lotion, jewelry, and various other items. We are sure these items will be among the first the residents choose on their day to shop at the country store. Thank you very much for thinking of us.

Alice McEntee also donated to the country store. Thank you for the stuffed animals and assortment of other items.

We would also like to thank Alice for attending the potluck lunch on Friday the 10th at noon and for bringing a friend. We had meatloaf, fried okra, corn, and peanut butter and banana cake in celebration of Elvis. Edith and Joe Bob also brought Elvis books for all to enjoy. R.L. Higdon has an awesome collection of Elvis memorabilia also. Thank you for coming out; we all had a great time.

Just a reminder that anytime we have a potluck meal the community is invited to come eat. The food is always delicious, so please come by sometime and enjoy a meal on us. If you have free time any other day, please stop by and say hello. We welcome you graciously and thoroughly enjoy your company.

We had a great time with Barbara Wynn Friday afternoon after the potluck meal. She played the piano and sang with the residents. Everyone enjoyed their time with Barbara. Thank you for making it out to see us.

Monday, we had quesadilla time at 2 p.m. The residents enjoyed their snack. We always plan fun and exciting activities for our residents. If you are interested in volunteering at Henrietta Care Center, feel free to contact Vickie at (940) 538-4303. She would be thrilled to discuss the many volunteer options we have available, and we know our residents would love having you in the building.

Have a great week and thank you to everyone in Clay County for all of the assistance and support you provide to Henrietta Care Center.

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