Musicians make life better

By Ashley Crownover

Henrietta Care Center residents have a request. They would like more musical entertainment. If anyone can come in and share country, western, jazz, classical or gospel music, the residents would greatly appreciate it. One hour of your time each week or even each month would change the livelihood of many residents. Please consider sharing your talent with us.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Judy Webb. We pray God will keep you in his care.

Pioneer Reunion is coming up, and, of course, we are looking forward to this very special event. We are planning to go to the rodeo with a group of residents on Thursday night, weather permitting. We will also attend the parade on Friday morning, and then we will have our traditional BBQ cookout potluck meal at noon on Friday. The community is welcome to come by to eat and visit. The food is always delicious, and we would love for you to join us.

Thank you to our regular devoted volunteers that make our lives even more special. God bless each and every one of you. Cowboy Church’s Women in God’s Service (WINGS) group comes out to Henrietta Care Center to call bingo two times a week, and they also host special events for the residents. They also mail birthday cards to our residents. We are very blessed to have these ladies involved with our residents. Sara Sears and Jane McRoy come out to do the residents nails and chat with everyone on Wednesdays, and then they come out again on Fridays to have devotional time with residents. The residents really enjoy their time with Sara and Jane. Margie Battles and Ruth Lemond have a sing along session with the residents each Thursday morning at 10 a.m. Alice McEntee comes to HCC on Thursday afternoons for movies and donuts. The Church of God has a Sunday school class for us each week. Other Clay County churches come out on Sundays for church services. We are truly blessed with the multiple churches involved with our church services. Thank you all so much!

Thank you to everyone who has donated items for the country store. Your donations are greatly appreciated. Residents love to shop in the country store every other Wednesday at 3 p.m. Residents spend their bingo bucks to get personal items, fun items for grandchildren, a gift for a loved one, or something for themselves that they just cannot do without.

Have a wonderful week!


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