Residents

The Hillside News
June, 2015
(Funded by Lehigh County
taxpayer dollars)
Cedarbrook Fountain Hill
724 Delaware Avenue
Fountain Hill PA 18015
610-691-6700/FAX 610-867-2332
http://www.lehighcounty.org
Chris Troxell
Director of Environmental
Services
Rodney Taylor
Assistant Director-FH
Bill McCormick, Jr.
Director of Facilities
Randy Laub
Assistant Operations Manager-FH
Terry L. Hollinger
Director/Administrator
Do you have a problem?
A question? Is something bothering you?
Come talk to us about it, so we can solve it for
you. Our doors are open to you…
Mary A. Hazzard
Assistant Administrator-FH
Todd Holbrook, M.D.
Interim Medical Director
Lisa Moyer, RN
Director of Nursing Services
Michelle Julian, RN,
Barbara Valentine, RN
Assistant Director of Nursing
Pam Schneck
Human Resources Administrator
Judy Golinsky
Human Resources Assistant Administrator-FH
Steve Breidegan
Chief Financial Officer
Troy Brenneman
Interim Director of Rehab. - Allentown
Jeff Bonner
Director of Rehab. - Fountain Hill
Darlene Ely,
Therapeutic Recreation Director
Alice Christman, TR Assistant Director
Kerry Magliane, Volunteer Coordinator
Judy Ortiz,
Director of Social Services
Anne Gerber, Social Worker
Heidi Heffelfinger, Social Worker
Sister Marianne Knight, Social Worker
Karen Carr
Director of Dining Services
Jean Waitkaitis
Assistant Director-FH
NURSING HOME HOTLINE
610-336-9604
If you have a question, concern or
complaint, which you believe has not been
satisfactorily addressed by our staff, feel
free to call our Administrative Hotline. Our
Hotline can also be used to report
suspected fraud, waste and abuse in
accordance with the federal Deficit
Reduction Act of 2005. The Hotline
number is posted throughout the facility.
An Administrative Assistant will take calls,
or you can record a message when no one
is available. Please follow the instructions
when leaving a recorded message. Your
call is confidential, but you do need to
provide your name and telephone number,
in case we need to contact you for more
information, and to inform you of the action
taken. You can report Fraud, Waste, and
Abuse to the Lehigh County Ethics Hotline
at 610-782-3999. This information is
confidential and caller may remain
anonymous.
Spring Bazaar
Friday, June 5th
Residents can begin shopping at 9 a.m.
Open to the public 10 to 2 p.m.
to be held in the 1st floor dining room/chapel area.
Lunch menu, baked goods, and crafts.
White Elephant Sale - TR will ONLY accept donations between
May 11 and June 1st due to storage space.
New Admissions
Residents’ Birthdays
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Roberta Remaly
Walter Kendzierski
Joan Glancy
William Arnold
Carol Osman
Margarita Rivera
Alan Brown
John Tierney
Maxine Smith
Beatrice Lance
Helene Keller
Beatrice Straka
Patricia Knauss
George Ruhmel
Juan Colon
Linda Stoisits
Carl Galanti
Mattie Bosket
Hildegard Bothner
Domingo Alvarado
Reina Cortes
Erna Whitson
Gloria Corina
Michael Handlovic
Grace Deifer
Eduardo Gotay
We appreciate families want to share
party treats with their loved ones’
roommates and friends.
Unfortunately, many of our residents
have special dietary needs. Before
giving food to our residents, please
check with the nurse to see if it is
allowed.
Looking for residents to
submit articles for the
Hillside News. Become a
roving reporter and
submit articles to Karen
in Administration by the
14th of each month.
Employees’ Birthdays for June
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07
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10
11
17
18
Kitchen Tours
If you are interested in touring the kitchen,
please contact Jean from Dining Services to set up
an appointment, ext. 260. A surprise gift will be
given!
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Nelly Fontanez
Adriane Kirk
Carolyn Steward
Maria Trinidad
Brian Sadrovitz
Rebecca Sarachek
Maribel Ford
Rebecca Lewis
Kenderick Brown
Kendral Florence
Christopher Nickerson
Karina Blanco
Kathryn Steward
Felicia Hinds
Maryann Kacar
Laurie Salloum
Sameerah Elder
Ivonne Morales
Loribeth Dietrich
Recipes from Home
Dining Services encourages residents, family
members, and staff to participate in the Recipes
from Home Program. We are always looking for
new ideas as well as those ‘old time’ favorite
recipes. Recipes can be placed in the Recipe Box
outside of the Receptionist Office. Recipes could
be as little as a dessert or as big as an entrée. Get
your name in the Hillside News, by donating a
recipe or you can choose to be an anonymous
participant. So go ahead and share some of those
wonderful recipes. You never know, your
neighbor may enjoy them as much as you do!!
Celebrating a
birthday or special
occasion?
Contact
Karen Moyer,
ext. 252 in
Administration to
reserve a room or the
gazebo.
In Memory of our
friends who died
Arlene Geiger
Carmen Rosado Quintero
Irma Alvarez
George Mlynek
Congratulations!!
Station 5
winning the
Gold Cup
for April
Tips for Keeping Your Money and Valuables Safe
Although we discourage residents from keeping money and
valuables in their room, we realize that many of you will choose to do so.
Therefore, we would like to offer these tips to help you keep your money and
valuables safe from loss or theft. Since you have access to the money in your
account during normal business hours Monday through Friday, we suggest
that you only withdraw the amount you need for immediate use. If you need
larger sums of money for gifts or to reimburse your family members for
purchases made on your behalf, we suggest that you contact Financial
Services to arrange for payment by check. If you choose to keep money and
valuables in your room, we highly recommend that you secure such items in
the locked drawer of your bedside cabinet. Keep your key with you, or keep
your key out of sight in a safe place. As soon as you realize that your money
or property is missing, it is important to report it immediately to the Charge
Nurse. Cedarbrook will not assume responsibility for replacing missing
property kept by residents on their person or in their room. However, we will
take action to investigate, and try to recover your property if possible. Finally,
we ask that you help us maintain a current inventory of your personal
property. Any property that you purchase or receive during your stay should
be added to your Valuables Received After Admission Form, including a
description of the property. This information is essential when trying to locate
missing items.
Congratulations to the Winners!!!!
Residents’ “Fiesta Games”
Anna Mangan, St. 4
Ticket Drawings
Maritza Ortiz, St. 2
Nelissa Cordero, St. 4
Judy Golinsky, Human Resources
Shazzia Branch, Dining Services
Diane Gregor, St. 2
“How many Hot Tamales in Glass”
Karen Strohl, St. 1
“Fiesta Basket”
Jessica DaSilva, St. 5
“Mexican Trivia”
Brahiam Sirett, Dining Services
“Scavenger Hunt”
Kendral Florence, St. 4
“Fiesta Bowl”
1st place winners
Kendral Florence/Helen Miller, St. 4
2nd place winners
Maria Alverio/Charles Erdman, St. 5
NNHW Committee Members want to “Thank Everyone”
for their participation in making a fun week!!
Let’s Welcome
our new Nursing Employees
Angela Arroyo
Jessica Lloyd
Chelsie O’Toole
Jessica Riddick-Thomas
There will not be Residents’ Council or
Residents’ Food Committee Meeting
minutes in June’s Hillside News for
May’s meetings. This is due to the
meetings being held late in the month of
May. Sorry for the inconvenience. Look
for them in July’s Hillside News.
Friendly reminder with the
warm weather present:
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Children should always be
supervised by adults.
Please discard any trash/
garbage in their proper
location.
Please refrain from feeding
any animals and birds.
Thank you for your
cooperation.
Administration wants
to hear from you!!!!
When writing to share
positive comments,
complaints, or suggestions
for improvement, please
include your name and
contact information. We
take your comments
seriously, and we may need
to ask questions, and of
course, we’ll want to share
with you the action taken
to address your
concerns.
Monday,
July 27th
Coffee, donuts, and
White Elephant
9 to 11 a.m.
1st floor Dining Room/Chapel
2:30 p.m. Entertainment
Mark Dezii
*TR will accept
Christmas donations
only between
July 13 - 20th due to
storage space.
Memorial Service
Thursday, June 11th
2:30 p.m. - Chapel
Residents’ Council
Thursday, June 18th
2:30 p.m. - Chapel
Food Committee
June’s Holidays
June 14
Flag Day
June 21
Father’s Day
Summer Begins
Thursday, June 18th
following Residents’ Council
*All programs are held in
the 1st floor dining room/
chapel area.
Special Hero
For $1.00 you can be a
member of the Cedarbrook
Fountain Hill Auxiliary? You can
meet friends and relatives of
residents and help us in any way
you choose to enrich their lives.
Our get together is Tuesday,
June 16th in the Social Service
conference room at 1:00 p.m.
Join us to share ideas for residents
extras, bake sales, entertainment,
bazaars, etc. or just come to share
friendships and meet with other
visitors of their loved ones who
are Cedarbrook Fountain Hill
residents.
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
When I was a baby,
you would hold me in your arms.
I felt the love and tenderness,
keeping me safe from harm.
I would look up into your eyes,
and all the love I would see.
How did I get so lucky,
you were the dad chosen for me.
There is something special
about a father’s love.
Seems it was sent to me
from someplace up above.
Our love is everlasting,
I just wanted you to know.
That you’re my special hero
and I wanted to tell you so.
Happy Father’s Day!!
How To Get Repairs Done
Anyone interested in requesting a song to
be played with our morning
announcement, please see Dave, St. 3 or
Karen, Administration Office.
Lost and Found is
located at the
Receptionist Desk in
lobby. Many
items await the
claim of their
rightful owner.
Please stop at
Receptionist to see if
any items
belong to you.
View the Hillside News on
the Lehigh County
Website every Month
To access the Hillside
News on the Lehigh
County website, simply go
to www.lehighcounty.org
and click on the Lehigh
County Home Page, the
department tab,
Cedarbrook listing and
Hillside News.
When placing or
discontinuing a
Newspaper order for
one of our residents’,
please contact CBFH
switchboard operator
informing them.
Operator will need to
have the residents’
name, Nursing
Station, and name of
newspaper.
Any residents having difficulties with
their equipment such as lights, radios,
wheelchairs, beds, etc., please contact
your unit clerk, nursing staff, or charge
nurse on unit to send a work order to
Facilities for repairs.
Reminder to our
visitors…
When visiting, please
sign in/out at the
receptionists desk in
main lobby and grab a
visitor pass.
Attention!!
All Electrical/Electronic
Items must be inspected and
labeled before installation
into any of our Resident
Rooms.
Wireless access to the Internet is now available at
Cedarbrook Allentown and Fountain Hill. Residents
with wireless devices such as laptops, notebooks, tablets
(Kindle, Nook, etc) may request access through their
Social Worker or Therapeutic Recreation Aide. Our
PC Specialist will assign a unique username and
password, which must be kept confidential. Visitors
may request access at the switchboard. Usernames and
passwords for visitors will automatically expire after
three days.
June Longevity for Employees’
31 Years Mary Hazzard
Lawrence Zart
25 Years Maryann Kacar
20 Years Donna Lebeduik
19 Years Maria Alverio
14 Years Jessica Kroft
11 Years Sonia Stephens
8 Years Anne Gerber
7 Years Sally Bauer
Mariana Gomez
Joseph Marth
5 Years Katie Hahn
Brittany Werner
4 Years Joseph Distasio
Kate Glenn
2 Years Emelina Polanco
1 Year
Jessica DaSilva
Alexis White
Please do not leave food and
drinks unattended in the
dining room, activity rooms or
other public areas. Please
dispose of leftover food/drinks
properly. Some residents have
food and fluid restrictions, and
having access to unattended food
and drinks could be harmful.
All food items, including fresh
fruit or vegetables for the
residents must be in a bag or a
container.
Your assistance is greatly
appreciated.
Calling all staff and family members on becoming a Dream Catcher’s…
Every quarter each Unit (shift specific) will have the
opportunity to be gifted a free lunch by fulfilling the dreams of three residents.
Rules:
1. Inquire from a resident who has not had their dream fulfilled and complete a
Dream Discovery form (attached or on each nursing unit).
2. Talk with staff and family members on how to fulfill the dream. Connect
with a Cedarbrook Dream Catchers board members for support:
St. 1 - Zulma Alvarez; St. 2 - Nancy Hills; St. 3 - Dave McQuillen;
St. 4 - Jenn Brown; and St. 5 - Bert or Fran.
3. Submit the Dream Discovery form and dream fulfillment plan to
Cedarbrook Dream Catcher’s board for review.
The unit (shift specific) who has realized 3 resident dreams within a
quarter wins a free lunch delivered to their floor.
JUNE 2015 DATES TO CELEBRATE
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Enjoying Summer Month
June Dairy Month
National Camping Month
National Rose Month
BIRTHSTONE - Pearl
FLOWERS - Rose
COLORS - Light Blue & White
JUNE DATES TO REMEMBER………….
1 Say Something Nice Day
4 FOOD HOLIDAYS TODAY - Cheese Day and National Frozen Yogurt Day
5 Anniversary of the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, 1968
6 National Doughnut Day - The relationship between doughnuts and the Salvation Army began during World War
I when doughnuts were given to doughboys by Salvation Army volunteers. Beginning in 1938, the first Friday in
June was a day for fund raising for the Salvation Army.
6-13 International Clothesline Week - People are encouraged to save energy and hang their clothes to dry on
clotheslines.
7 ANNIVERSARIES TODAY - 60th Anniversary of the Premiere of The $64,000 Question, 1955 and 40th
Anniversary of the introduction of the VCR, 1975
7 National Chocolate Ice Cream Day
9 Donald Duck’s Birthday, 1934
11-18 National Nursing Assistants’ Week
13 Anniversary of the Opening of the World’s First Roller Coaster, Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY 1884
14 U.S. Flag Day - On this day in 1777, the Continental Congress adopted the Stars & Stripes as the official flag of
the U.S. It had 13 stars and 13 stripes, representing the original 13 colonies.
15 National Lobster Day
16 55th Anniversary of the Film Premiere of Psycho, 1960 - Alfred Hitchcock’s movie thriller starred Anthony
Perkins and Janet Leigh.
16 FROM THE “CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?” FILE - On this day in 1929, 62-year-old Otto E. Funk ended a 183day, 4,165 mile, marathon walk. He walked from New York City to San Francisco playing his violin the whole
way.
17 FOOD HOLIDAYS TODAY - Eat Your Vegetables Day and National Apple Strudel Day
18-21 U.S. Open Golf Championship, Chambers Bay, University Place, WA
18-July 16 ISLAMIC - Ramadan - Islamic Month of Fasting. This month-long commemoration is the holiest time of
the Islamic year. This is a period of spiritual and physical purification and commemorates the revelation of the
Holy Qur’an (Koran) to Muhammad.
19 Garfield the Cat’s Birthday, 1978
19-21 Midnight Sun Festival, Nome, AK - This is a celebration of the summer solstice when Nome receives more
than 22 hours of direct sunlight.
20 40th Anniversary of the Film Premiere of Jaws, 1975
21 Father’s Day
21 Summer Begins
24 Celebration of the Senses Day
25 National Handshake Day - This is a day for people to remember the importance of a firm handshake.
26 National Chocolate Pudding Day
26 Take Your Dog to Work Day
26 World’s Ugliest Dog Contest, Petaluma, CA
28 91st Annual Singing on the Mountain, Grandfather Mountain, Linville, NC - This is an all-day event featuring
modern and traditional gospel music.
30 Corvette’s Birthday, 1953
30 National Ice Cream Soda Day
As you look forward to summer, take the time to reflect back on your cherished
memories of summers gone by. Think about the fun you have had and how you
might be able to share those experiences with our residents. Maybe it will be
fishing in our well-stocked pond or helping residents enjoy one of the outdoor
concerts, or even just taking residents outside to enjoy the nice weather on the
patio. There are so many ways you can spend an hour or two and make a
difference in the life of a resident; while making a new memory for you to
cherish. There are opportunities to help in the evenings or on the weekends at both locations. Helping
others is one of the best fits you can give yourself. To quote Helen Keller: “The unselfish effort to bring
cheer to others will be the beginning of a happier life for ourselves.”
Here are some ways you can help:
Do you like to play bingo or dominos? We ar e looking for a bingo helper on Tuesday mor nings at
10:30 a.m. at the Fountain Hill site or Allentown on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Allentown is also looking for
someone to run dominos on Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. Each games lasts about 1 hour and is certainly tons of
fun for our residents.
We are looking for Fishing volunteers! We will be holding our Annual Fishing Event
June 8 - June 19th. Experience is required and the desire to have some good old fashioned fun! Sign up
for a 2-hour morning and/or afternoon shift. Any one who volunteers will be invited to the Fish Fry that
will be held later in the month. This is a Fountain Hill and Allentown event. Fountain Hill residents will
be bused to our Allentown Campus where fishing will take place in our well-stocked stream.
Transport volunteers are needed. We ar e star ting the outdoor concer ts, J une thr u September .
Many residents attend, so we will need volunteers to transport from the Allentown facility over to the
Cedarview Apartment where the concerts are held. There is also a great need for volunteers to transport
residents to in-house appointments and activities at both locations, days, evenings, and weekends. This
can be done for any amount of time you have available to give and will be greatly appreciated.
Like to garden? Have landscape experience? We ar e looking for individuals or gr oups who would
like to help with keeping the outside of Cedarbrook looking its best. We need helpers at both locations.
Do you know a High School student who would like to volunteer/do community service hours? We
offer opportunities for students at both Cedarbrook locations. The summer is a great time to work on
getting those hours done, while helping others.
Bazaar and Yard Sale help is needed. On Fr iday, J une 5th Cedar br ook Fountain Hill will be having
it’s Spring Bazaar and Yard Sale. We are in need of some helpers for set-up, transporting residents around
the bazaar, working at tables, or baked goods. Volunteers can sign up for any time between 8:30 a.m. to
3:00 p.m.
Check your calendar; see if you have a few hours you
could volunteer to help at Cedarbrook. Our residents
and staff would love to have your help.
Call me
Kerry Magliane
Volunteer Coordinator
610-336-5684
Calling all Dream Catchers…
Who: CBFH staff, family members and friends of the residents
What: Complete Dream Catcher form for a resident
Where: Dream Catchers forms located in reception area or nursing units
When a dream unfolds, the resident experiences a deeper sense of self-worth,
connection and joy. The effect lingers in the heart of the resident and creates
an uplifting ripple effect throughout Cedarbrook.
Please feel free to use the following Dream Discovery form (attached)
to help us discover our residents’ dreams. Please submit form either
to Mary Hazzard, Administration or Zulma Alvarez.
Award Winning Volunteers
On April 16th Cedarbrook volunteers Ed and
Emily Folland were celebrated at the Breakfast for
Champions event held by the Volunteer Center of the
Lehigh Valley. This special event is held annually for
local agencies to honor some of their hardworking
volunteers.
Emily and Ed began their relationship with Cedarbrook
when Emily’s mother and sister were residents. They
could see the benefits of keeping residents engaged
mentally, physically, and socially. It was obvious they
understood the positive and lasting impact this has on the resident’s quality of life. They wanted to be a part of that
endeavor.
Ed and Emily began volunteering for Cedarbrook Nursing Home in 2013. Most often volunteering 100 to 150 hours
a month. Last year, Emily lovingly gave over 1,453 hours to the residents at Cedarbrook. This is the highest number
of volunteer hours for the year; and her husband Ed is right there with 1,406. Together they have blessed
Cedarbrook with 4,358 hours in just two years!! One might wonder how someone could give that number of hours.
For Emily, it is her zest for making someone’s day brighter and her dedication to assisting the staff at Cedarbrook.
Emily does office support, transports residents to activities, helps residents make craft projects, she also spends
many, many hours at home creating craft items for sale at our annual bazaar. She takes great care doing the laundry
of one of our residents. This is just the tip of the iceberg, Emily often gathers residents who want to play cards or
games. We have a regularly scheduled pinochle game on Thursdays and Fridays, however, Emily is happy to
accommodate residents who want to play any day of the week. She has also taken time to learn dominos and other
games at the request of the residents. Her goal is to improve the quality of life for everyone around her.
Ed enjoys volunteering at Cedarbrook too. He also volunteers 100-150 hours a month. He visits many of our
residents daily, trying to create a meaningful relationship with each of them. Some residents have no family or are
unable to attend the scheduled activities in our auditorium. He often spends many hours in the family room, where
residents know they can find him nearly every day. It gives them a chance to reminisce about the old days or chat
about current events. Many of the residents look forward to spending time with their good buddy, Ed. They are a
wonderfully dedicated couple and their enthusiasm is boundless. We are honored to have this wonderful couple as a
part of Cedarbrook’s volunteer corps.
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2:30
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10:15 Day Care
10:15 Coffee Social
2:30 Church with
Pastor Harold
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Calvary
Wesleyan
Rosary
7:00
Lori Woodward
3:15
10:15
10:15 Coffee Social
2:30
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2:30 Bible Study
Rosary
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3:15
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Pinochle
Poetry/
Mad Libs
Rosary
2:30 Bible Study
23
7:00
3:15
16
2:30 Bible Study
7:00 Music, Music
Music
6:30 Bike Night
Pinochle
Cameron
Chandler
Crafts
7:00
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2:30 Communion
Rosary
3:15
Rosary
3:00
2
2:30 Bible Study
with Roz
Tuesday
10:15 Coffee Social
2:30 Church with
Pastor Harold
10:15
2:30
10:15 Coffee Social
Calvary
2:30
Wesleyan
10:15 Pinochle
10:15 Pinochle
Kristen
Coryell
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2:30 Kris Phipany
10:15 Pinochle
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Monday
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Sunday
June 2015
St. 5
Picnic
Glee Club
Show
St. 1 Picnic
Rain date
2:30
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10:15 Pinochle
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10:15 Pinochle
12:00 St. 1 Picnic
2:30 Glee Club
Rehearsal
7:00 Young Adult
Group
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10:15 Pinochle
12:00 Birthday
Luncheon
2:30 Women’s Grp.
3:30 Men’s Group
7:00 Karaoke Sing
12:00
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10:15 Pinochle
Wednesday
Games
Rain date for
Bike Night
7:00 Music, Music
Music
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10:30 Bowling
Dale Sine
2:30
Caribbean Dreamers
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10:30 Bowling
11:00 Span. Social
2:30 Resident
Council/Dining Mtg.
7:00 Jeff Ross &
7:00
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10:30 Bowling
2:30 Memorial
Service
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10:30 Bowling
Mass
3:00
Table
7:00
Activities
12:00 St. 5 Picnic
Rain date
Thursday
BAZAAR
Bingo
Bingo
2:30 Cocktails &
Conversation
10:15 Coffee Social
10:30 Needles &
Hooks
2:30
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Bingo
2:30 Gold Star Mothers
Veteran’s Group
For scheduled veterans
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10:00 Lehigh Valley
Therapy Dogs-units
10:15 Coffee Social
2:30 Puzzle Your
Mind
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2:30
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10:30 Needles &
Hooks
10:30 Sp. Rosary
St. 5 Dining Room
2:30
10:15 Coffee Social
10:30 Needles &
Hooks
Anything
Goes
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2:30
10:15 Coffee Social
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Saturday
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9:00-10:00am
Resident shopping
10:00-2:00pm
Open to public
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