CMH News: Residents make works of art
Sunday morning a non-denominational worship service was held in the Terrace Heights Chapel led by Steve Fredrickson. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped and to those who conducted a Catholic Communion service.
Monday morning several residents enjoyed a game of cards. Bingo was played at Terrace Heights on Monday afternoon.
Father David Petron of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Osakis and St. Nicholas of Belle River celebrated mass on Tuesday morning in the Terrace Heights Chapel. The Rosary was prayed before mass. Assisting were Pat Mohror, Marilynn Grundman, Theresa Meyer, Loretta Becker, Sandy Waldvogel, Dick Daas, Mary Hunter and Bob Schluender.
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary hosted a bingo game on Tuesday afternoon. Assisting and bringing the prizes were Gayle Cahill, Marty Kern and Karen Vogh. Blackout winners were Neva Horton and Jean Janke.
Amanda Sansness' Little Stars Daycare kids visited on Wednesday morning and colored pictures with the residents. Bingo was played at West View in the afternoon. Rev. Steve Hilde of the Long Bridge Lutheran Church conducted a chapel service at CMH after bingo. He also led a Bible study group on Thursday afternoon.
We did lots of manicures on Thursday morning during Nifty Nails. The Osakis Review was read before dinner. We also made a raw apple cake to serve for afternoon coffee.
Thursday afternoon we had Art Class. You take a piece of paper, fold it in half, put three or four drops of paint on one half, put a string down the middle, then fold and pull the string through. We had pictures of fish, birds and whatever your imagination came up with. After class we had a piece of cake with ice cream and a drizzle of caramel. Yum!
Craig Blackstad entertained on Friday afternoon, singing Elvis Presley songs.