We're busy planting flowersChaplain Phyllis Schoonhoven conducted worship service on Sunday morning at Terrace Heights Chapel. Pianist was Vicki Hinrichs. Thank you to the volunteers who helped and to those who conducted a Catholic Communion service.
By: By Evie Akervik, Community Memorial Home, The Osakis Review
The week of May 17-23:
Chaplain Phyllis Schoonhoven conducted worship service on Sunday morning at Terrace Heights Chapel. Pianist was Vicki Hinrichs. Thank you to the volunteers who helped and to those who conducted a Catholic Communion service.
The pansy auxiliary group served on Sunday afternoon.
Assisting with Monday morning Rosary were Carol Kraemer, Lorraine Marthaler, Marilyn Grundman and Joan Kraemer.
Some residents enjoyed a bingo game at Terrace Heights Monday afternoon while several helped us plant flowers. We got seven planters planted, two hanging baskets and also planted some flowers in the garden. It was a wonderful afternoon to be outside, 82 degrees. A big thank you to the CMH auxiliary and the zinnia group for donating money to buy plants for all our planters and garden.
Gladys Sliper read during book club.
Keeping Minds Active was a fun group on Tuesday morning.
The VFW ladies auxiliary hosted a games party on Tuesday afternoon. Assisting and brining prizes were Kathy Berg, Gladys Schlosser, Mary Weiland and Maxine Waldvogel.
After supper we hosted a banana split party for CMH residents and tenants from West View and Terrace Heights. We had lots of compliments, everyone said they really enjoyed them.
The Osakis Review was read before dinner on Wednesday.
Wednesday afternoon the Rev. Lindell Quam of the Elim Lutheran Church conducted chapel service.
Doughnuts and coffee were served. A Lawrence Welk music video was shown during music and memories before supper.
The Rev. Tim Sutton of the First Presbyterian Church of Osakis conducted a communion service on Thursday morning at the Terrace Heights Chapel. Jeanne Astleford assisted and Ellen Bangtson played piano.
Several ladies enjoyed having a manicure during Nifty Nails.
We had our monthly resident council meeting on Thursday.
The Viking Library bookmobile stopped.
We went out and picked a big bouquet of lilacs. They smelled so good.
Father Andrew Marthaler from Sauk Centre celebrated Catholic Mass on Friday morning at the Terrace Heights chapel. Assisting were Helena Schultz, Gladys Schlosser, Jen Sibell and Eunice LiBaire.
The Rev. Ron Calvert led a Bible study group.
A games party was held on Saturday afternoon.
Thank you to Ann Marie Bielenberg for donating flowers to Galeon in memory of her mother, Iva Pitschka.