Happy New Year to all of you!
In this post we’ll look back at some highlights from our November…
On Rotary Rose Day, Dean and Joann, of Welcome Home Management Company, kicked off the month with chocolate roses for all staff at River Pointe, and a big thank you for all that we do. What a nice surprise for us!
Our residents participated inoutings to Kroll’s Diner, Tru Blu Supper Club, Blarney Stone Pub, and our usual Friday afternoon shopping outings. Back here at River Pointe, Riverton Suites residents enjoyed pedicures, and sharing this beautiful snack platter assembled by our Food Services Department.
We also celebrated Donna’s Birthday. Thank you to her family for coordinating a cake and coffee hour for the whole building!
One of the most fun days was Veteran’s Day. We celebrated with a Men’s Breakfast, stories from our Veterans, and DGF Honor Society stopped by with a handmade Thank You card for each one of our Veterans. If you haven’t seen the video from that day, click below to see it now…
It is a special honor to care for those who have offered their lives, that we might live the lives we choose. Our gratitude to you and your family is immeasurable. Thank you.
Posted by River Pointe Senior Living on Saturday, November 11, 2017
Kevin and the ladies from Riverton Suites spent World Kindness Day writing thank you cards and delivering them to our Management Team. A nice video of this day can be found by clicking below…
For World Kindness Day, our Activity and Resident Assistant, Kevin, had the very kind idea to write thank you notes to the Management Team from the Residents of Riverton Suites. We hope all Staff at River Pointe know how much their hard work and genuine care is appreciated. It's the heartfelt, everyday interactions, that go unposted on Facebook, that make this such a unique place to live and work. Wonderful idea, Kevin!Photo Credit: Cacey Armstrong, LSW, Case Manager
Posted by River Pointe Senior Living on Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Later in the month we had our annual Thanksgiving Supper with resident’s family members, during which Erwin gave a heartfelt blessing, and Alex Swanson provided piano music.
Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!
Posted by River Pointe Senior Living on Thursday, November 23, 2017
Betty Lou wrapped up the month with homemade rommegrot for all attending social hour (and then some), which she purchased using her winnings at bingo.
A special thank you to Mayor Del Rae Willimans, for spending an afternoon at River Pointe. She joined us for coffee and was a wonderful listener.
We are so looking forward to what this year has in store. What was your favorite memory from 2017?
Let us know on our Facebook page, and be sure to check out all the pictures from November while you’re there.