The time has come for us to be thinking of getting winterized. Time to dig out the red flannels, warmer tops, and flu shots. Flu shots were given at Sunset Meadows I and II this past week.
Lunch out was at the Holiday Inn on Oct. 16. Potluck at Sunset Meadows Oct. 15 was attended by Hilda Schmidt, Leona Slaugh, Helen Hall, Judy Hall, Katherine and Jim Compestine, Rosetta Harper, Avis Self, Clysta Carey, Bob and Donna Whitecotton, Sophia Nardi, Helen Moore, Alma Smith, Billie Young, J’Lea Driver, Tim Driver, Lucille Talkington, Millie Bilsing, Betty Reece, Leeann Reece, John and Faye Russell, Manford Grubb, Hazel Linzenmeyer, Jim and Ronnie Rogers, Margaret Thompson, Ralph and Faye Paulson, Minnie Sheard, Jean Muhme, Elsie Chase, Gen Shultz, Earl and Beulah Kline, Dorothy Thompson, Viola Bird, Lydia Rader, Nina Lawton, Marian Kagie, Thelma Sanders, George and Laura Swanson, Roger and Flo Hayes, Ted and Elberta Cochran, Leetha and Chuck Hellman, Lottie Neeley, Ethel Callaway, Louise Foster, Earl Davis, Alma Crouch, Berniece Finley, Veda Wyman, Francis Chisholm, May McIntyre, Mary Jo Brown and 10 residents from Rainbow Care Center.
Several Residents played bingo Saturday at Sunset Meadows I.
Get well wishes to Alice Pett, Dorothy Wiseman and Joe Rotter.
John and Faye Russell are home after visiting their daughter in Delta. John is doing well after his hospital stay.
Best wishes to Ken Simpson, Lottie Skidmore, Gladys Self, Helen Hall and Dorothy Springer.
Glad to see Viola Bird back from Yampa for the winter.
I’d better get back into “The Center of Things.”
As the United States honors the many individuals who have made the ultimate sacrifice this Memorial Day, multiple ceremonies in Moffat County will pay tribute as part of the holiday.