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Mason Care Center News
Wednesday, October 22, 2008 • Posted October 22, 2008

Summer was full of fun at Mason Care Center. The residents enjoyed getting outside as much as possible with burgers on the patio every Friday and also ice cream, watermelon, Popsicle and lemonade socials.

Our Armchair travels took us to Hawaii, Jamaica, Africa, and Australia via travel videos. We enjoyed delicious native fruits, drinks and music from each country.

In August we invited our friend Jimmie Lee to play fifties music for our sock hop where we danced, attempted the hula hoop, and blew bubbles with our bubble gum. We also had Coke and Root Beer floats to cool us off. Honey Bee the clown stopped by to show us her clown antics and made balloon animals for everyone. The Hinkle family also visited and entertained us with their beautiful music; we always look forward to their annual visit.

Well summer is over and it's time to look forward to fall. The staff and residents want to invite everyone to our Fall Festival on Saturday, October 25th from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. We will have antique cars on display and even Model T rides. There will be B.B. Q. sandwich plates to enjoy for $5. We will also have a bake sale, and items to raffle. Bring the kids to play games, a jump in the moonwalk and eat cotton candy and popcorn. We look forward to seeing everyone here. The proceeds from this event will benefit the residents' activity fund. This fund allows us to provide fun activities and events for our residents and their families.

Again we would like to thank all of the wonderful volunteers that brighten our lives each and every day--A special thank you to the R.S.V.P. club and 4-H club for hosting our birthday parties.

Looking ahead- We will be hosing our Family Thanksgiving Meal on Thursday November 20th and Christmas Meal on Thursday December 18th at noon. More information to come at a later date.

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