Seniors celebrating Volunteer Appreciation Day with accordion music and dancing.

April 2024 Activities

April started off with folks viewing the solar eclipse with their special safety glasses. They all thought it was amazing! Our green-thumbed ladies worked on transplanting coleus and geraniums to the outdoor pots, and a favorite pastime was watching the Decorah, Iowa bald eagles on the Eagle Cam on the Smart TV. There were great…

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Seniors enjoy an Irish folklore program by Cecilia Farran

March Activities

The dreary winter days were brightened by a variety of engaging activities! To commemorate St. Patrick’s Day, the community was invited to an Irish folklore program by local story bard Cecilia Farran. Other highlights were a bus trip to see the new Lone Rock Bridge being built, enjoying great entertainers and a visit from sweet…

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Seniors enjoying a delightful visit at Olbrich Gardens in Madison, WI.

February Activities

February was full of wonderful interactions with the greater community! A thoughtful family member purchased chair massages for all the staff and that was so appreciated! Local story bard Cecilia Farran shared props and a reading of the classic, “Winnie the Pooh”, and the ladies colored quilt pieces to be used by the local Project…

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Seniors dancing and listening to music at Holiday Party.

January Activities

A new year is underway and January started off with our rescheduled Holiday Party! The ladies had their nails done and danced to some great Elvis tunes, and everyone showed their Packer spirit for the playoffs. A big thank you to a resident’s family who gave a generous memorial in apprecation to staff. The gift…

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December Activities

What a month December was! There were so many wonderful activities! It started with residents from sister facility CrestRidge Senior Living in Dodgeville coming for a “Christmas in Balmoral” historical program. After that folks decorated the tree, made beautiful greenery baskets, visited with old friends, tapped their toes to great entertainers, enjoyed delightful parties, went…

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