CMH News: Read and Remember includes presidents trivia
Week of Feb. 19-25:
On Sunday morning, a non-denominational worship service led by Steve Fredrickson was held at Terrace Heights Chapel. Thank you to all the volunteers who helped and to those who conducted a Catholic communion service.
On Monday morning during Read and Remember, we read some facts about presidents: George Washington's salary was $25,000 annually. John Tyler had 15 children. Ulysses S. Grant got a speeding ticket for $20 while riding a horse.
Bingo was played at Terrace Heights on Monday afternoon.
Father David Petron of Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Osakis and St. Nicholas of Belle River celebrated Mass on Tuesday morning at Terrace Heights Chapel.
The rosary was recited before Mass. Assisting were Joyce Klimek, Sandy Waldvogel, Charmaine Hartmann, Kathy Berg, Loretta Becker, Phyllis Tegels, Bob Schluender and Mary Hunter.
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary hosted a bingo game on Tuesday afternoon. Assisting were Carolyn Holty and Karen Vogh. Black out winners were Edna Sargent, Darlene Goodwin and Leonard Anderson.
On Wednesday morning, we played Yahtzee and Farkle. Bingo was played at West View in the afternoon. The Rev. Steve Hilde of Salem, Sauk Valley and Little Sauk Lutheran churches conducted a chapel service at CMH after bingo.
Thanks to Karen Vogh for helping with manicures on Thursday morning during Nifty Nails.
The Rev. Rich Fitzer of Osakis Lutheran Church conducted a communion service. Assisting were Howard Berg, Kearney Frank, Sheila and Don Watschke and LaRayne Johnson. The Osakis Review was read before dinner.
A movie, "The Longest Ride," was shown on Thursday afternoon and we served fresh, hot buttered popcorn. The residents enjoyed the movie and the treat.
Bingo was played on Friday and Saturday afternoons.