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CMH News: Residents celebrate Cinco de Mayo

April 29-May 5

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.

Happy May Day! We talked about May Day and did some fun trivia about it. Bingo was played at Terrace Heights in the afternoon on Monday.

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 Joyce and Joni Klimek, Sandy Waldvogel, Pat Mohror, Loretta Becker, Mary Hunter, Eldora Finnegan, Dick Daas and Bob Schluender.

A big thank you to Amanda Sansness and the Little Star daycare kids. They brought a May Day treat to all the residents and tenants of Galeon. They were so cute, and everyone enjoyed seeing them.

Tuesday afternoon we did May Day trivia, had a piece of angel food cake with lemon topping and tied a fleece blanket. Thank you to St. Agnes School for the May Day baskets of fruit, candy and window decorations.

Whist was played on Wednesday morning. Participating were LaRayne Johnson, Dorothy Bieringer, Frances Sauer and Helen McClain

Bingo was played at West View Wednesday afternoon. Rev. Steve Hilde of the Salem, Sauk Valley and Little Sauk Lutheran churches conducted a chapel and communion service at CMH after bingo. He also led a Bible study group on Thursday.

Thanks to Karen Vogh for helping with manicures on Thursday morning during Nifty Nails. The Osakis Review was read before dinner.

Thursday afternoon we had a "Cinco de Mayo party." We learned some facts about Cinco de Mayo, listened to some Mexican music and had some snacks. We served a seven-layer bean dip and a cheese dip. We also made and served lemon bars. Everyone also enjoyed a beverage of their choice; beer, wine, wine coolers and pop.

Bingo was played on Friday afternoon.

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