Maryfleld Sunrise Villa news

Last week brought rain, ice and snow along with cooler temperatures but for us inside looking out, we were warm and comfy. It was beautiful; each little blade of grass looked like it was made of glass. 

On Remembrance Day, Charlotte Kovach conducted a very appropriate and meaningful service followed by a sing song with Judy Skiba at the piano. We sang from cover to cover all the songs that were popular during the war from a booklet that Judy made. It brought back a lot of memories. 

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Wednesday evening brought our usual hymn sing and story time led by Mary Thiessen and her guitar. 

Friday night we watched a movie and had popcorn and a drink, all compliments of Charlotte Kovach. 

As well during the week we had Bingo, card Bingo and floor curling, and on Friday, a new activity of exercises with Marlee Swallow who will soon have us whipped into shape. 

We welcomed a new resident, Freda Fletcher of Moosomin. Please make yourself known to her. Get well wishes go out to Clifford Sheane, who is in hospital. We miss him and hope he will be back soon. 

Visitors last week are as follows: Kornelia Ens, Steven Thiessen, Richard and Sharon Beutler, Verla Smith, Lydia and Ward Frazer, Dale and Janet Thiessen, Irene Schmidt, Marion Eccles,  Remi and Gwen Donais, Vaughn Eccles, Charlotte Kovach, April Geiger, Brent Ketcheson, Val Puskas, and Barry and Glenda Toms. Thank you for the company. 

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