Letter from the Administrator

We have had a wonderful start to 2019 with some great resident activity events including a fabulous birthday party for a resident who turned 100 years old in January. We had a tremendous turnout from her family and the community. In February we had a great Valentine’s Day Dance which included assistance with hair and makeup from the Meade County High School HOSA Club. We are excited to announce the same group of students will be doing their clinical skills rotation with the high school at our facility in March of 2019. All the students who volunteered will have the opportunity to become certified nursing assistants before they graduate in 2019. Many of them are pursuing careers in nursing field and will eligible to work as C.N.A.s by the end of the school year. We are delighted to have a new member of our Dining Services Team and his name if Joseph. Joseph joined our team in February and brings a new level of food service to our facility. Joseph has a culinary degree from Sullivan University and is anxious to share his experience and skills with the residents. Please stop by the Dietary Department and meet Joseph. We feel very blessed to have him as part of our team.

We have lots of exciting activities planned in 2019 and will start preparation for our resident garden when the weather allows. The facility and Activity Department have many opportunities for volunteers if you have special talent or want to make a difference in the lives of our residents please contact Samantha Coates, Activity Director at 270-422-2148. The facility will be doing a community Easter Egg Hunt in April so watch for postings on the time and date of the hunt. Thank you for allowing us to care for you and/or your family member.

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