Hillview Community Living Center News
Posted: Tuesday, December 21, 2010 9:36 am
The Press 12/21
By Kathy Watson
We’ve had another wonderful week at Hillview anticipating the arrival of Christmas. This week our residents participated in their Coffee Klatch each morning. Our Wii Bowling League continues to press on with the honorary Kingpen being Mr Jame McLeod. The other members, Michael Louie, Donald Roberts, Harold Scherfel, Hugh Taylor keep trying to grasp this position. Some of our ladies have begun to become interested in forming a Women’s League. Look out guys! Residents also enjoy various Christmas movies in the afternoon. Of course our Mail Pass and Room Visits are provided daily. On Monday the ladies and some men gathered in the dining room for manicures. We celebrated Resident Birthdays on Tuesday with Carrot and Coconut Cakes. Those having a birthday this month were Thelbert Phillips, Carrie Lanier, Woodson Covington, Lois Black, Terry Henderson and Johnnie Little. The residents and staff also provided our Business Office Mgr, Sandi Roudenbush with a “House Warming” Party. Sadly Sandi and her family lost their home to a fire. The resident gathered in the dining room to enjoy some good Gospel Music on Wednesday morning. We finished the day with Devotion and Trivia followed by room visits. In the afternoon Union Chapel Church of Christ Youth provided a wonderful puppet show for the residents and staff. On Thursday the residents gathered to watch “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and enjoyed hot buttered popcorn. Friday afternoon the residents gathered to play their favorite game of bingo. In the evening they enjoyed a time of singing with Nicky Hampton. On Saturday Iricka Young provided the residents cuts and curls in the beauty shop. Later that evening the residents enjoyed the singing of David Allen and Friends. On Sunday Mrs Lou Ann Powers provided a wonderful devotion followed by Dresden First Baptist Church providing some great gospel singing. In the afternoon the residents and staff enjoyed Christmas Caroling provided by West Union Baptist Church. If you would like to tour our facility or if you would just like more information on our Therapy Department, Skilled or Long Term Care please contact us at 731-364-2450.