August 25th is Banana Split Day!

— When you think classic American dessert, the banana split would likely make the top five of anyone’s list! On August 25th, we celebrate the creation of this delicious hot and cold treat with National Banana Split Day. In 1904 a 23-year-old David Evans Strickler made his mark on history by inventing the banana split! This... Read More

August 7th is Lighthouse Day – A Part of Our Past, Present, and Future

— Why are so many people drawn to lighthouses? Maybe it is because lighthouses are found in some of the most beautiful places on earth. To some, lighthouses appeal to their nostalgic or artistic senses since lighthouses are some of the most historic structures to be found in the United States today. It may also be... Read More

National I Love My Feet Day! is August 17th

— A national holiday to celebrate feet might seem like a stinker at first, but on August 17th let’s all remove our socks and shoes anyway, and contemplate all our feet do for us. From faithfully helping us move about our day-to-day life to dancing, running, and swimming, our feet are there with us every step... Read More


— Everyone loves to get flowers – they’re a great gift that you can put on display in your house, reminding you for a week or so of the person who gave them to you. More than that, they can be beautiful things in themselves, even if you buy them for yourself. Today you can order... Read More

Letter from the Administrator

— The facility continues to work on the landscaping around the facility and is making some progress removing some of the old and adding the new. We also are working on the parking lot to do some minor repairs with the goal to have the parking lot resurfaced next year. Our residents are enjoying the fresh... Read More

July 25: Wine & Cheese Day

— The basic rule about pairing food with wine is that one shouldn’t overpower the other. Simply put, strong cheeses should pair well with strong wines, while mild cheeses would go well with mild wines. Acidic wines go perfectly well with pungent cheeses. Brie goes well with sparkling wine or Chardonnay while goat cheese matches well... Read More

Macaroni and Cheese Day is July 14: A Fun (but Cheesy) Origin Story

— Although Americans love macaroni-and-cheese, it might have been an Italian creation dating to the late 13th century. The first Italian recipe called for fermented dough cut in two inch squares, cooked and tossed with grated cheese – likely Parmesan. Thomas Jefferson brought a similar recipe to his home in Virginia after traveling to France and Italy... Read More

Happy Birthday!

— Residents Darren G. July 05 Betty B. July 12 Deb M. July 20 Staff Janet D. July 03 Tonya A. July 21 Welcome New Residents! Joseph A. Margaret B. Dorothy B. Robert B. Mary C. Franklin H. Glenna H. Anna H. Shirley P. Melvin R.

Letter from the Administrator

— I would like to thank all the family members and residents who helped us recognize our most valuable employees, our direct caregivers, in June. Our C.N.A.’s are truly the difference makers in our facility because they are the ones closet to our residents. We had a great week of activities and some nice prize giveaways... Read More