The Anamosa Tidbits: October, 2020
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Country Music Month Breast Cancer Awareness Global Diversity Awareness Month Emotional Wellness Month World Smile Day October 2 World Teachers Day October 5 Indigenous Peoples Day October 12 Character Counts Week October 18–24 International Chefs Day October 20 International Artist Day October 25 Halloween October 31
Hello October, This month is going to be exciting and fun as we have lots of fun stuff planned. We will be playing Halloween games and having a Halloween party and having a costume contest! October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and staff and residents will wear PINK every Friday!...
Here we are in October already! This year seems to being flying by us. Last month we had a great time during Assisted Living Week! We played games, did some crafts, had a Olympic day and made shirts!
Ardith Condry- October 9 Jim Mettler- October 12 Staff Birthdays Lea-Ann Zook- October 10 Kasi Mefford- October 14 Tonya Woods- October 17 Chelsie Franks- October 19 Laurie Fuller- October 24 Tonya Manion- October 27 Audrey Thomas- October 29
Jeanie Jensen- 10/24/1986 Deb Pearson- 10/10/2008 Brittnay Martin- 10/22/2019
Just A Reminder from laundry Colder weather is upon us. Families, if you could please make sure your loved ones have fall/winter clothes. We can help go through their closets and put away summer clothes that won’t be worn for another year. Remember, when brining in new clothes or items...
Resident Bingo is a huge activity at the Care Center. It’s every Friday in the afternoon. This activity is funded by donations. The activity department is asking for donations with this activity. If you are able to donate, you can drop of at the front door of the Anamosa Care...
Brenna Lentz- CNA Joslyn DeBurkarte- CNA Katelynn Brase- Universal Worker Paige Lamar- Dietary Aide
October Is a Hoot In October, the black of night is deep and dark. Chill winds blow away the veil of clouds shrouding the crescent moon so that it casts faint shadows in the forest. A deep hoot echoes, sending a shiver down your spine. October is considered Owl Month...