Week of Feb. 12-18:

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 valentine stories out of Reminisce and showed everyone the picture they had in there of the duck house in Noonan Park in 1968.

Bingo was played at Terrace Heights in the afternoon. After bingo, we enjoyed listening to the music of Lee Zarbok. Lee played keyboard, and he and his wife, Priscilla, sang many old familiar songs.

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 prayed before Mass. Assisting were Pat Mohror, Joyce Klimek, Sandy Waldvogel, Bob Schluender, Phyllis Tegels, Loretta Becker and Charmaine Hartmann.

For dinner, the CMH Auxiliary donated Papa Murphy's pizza for all the tenants and residents. They were all also given a box of sweetheart candies. A big thank you to everyone.

Ladies from Elim Lutheran Church hosted the monthly party on Tuesday afternoon. They had a wonderful program of sing-along songs and valentine verses. Ladies serving a delicious assortment of valentine desserts were Kathy Fiskness, Anne Zerr, Sue Moore and Ina Larson. Ina also played piano for the sing-along.

Ann Holmquist's Girl Scout troop visited and handed out valentines to everyone.

Amanda Sansness' Little Stars Daycare kids visited on Wednesday morning. They made cute valentine decorations.

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 and led a Bible study on Thursday afternoon.

Many manicures were done on Thursday morning during Nifty Nails. Thanks to Karen Vogh for her help.

The Osakis Review was read before dinner. The Viking Library Bookmobile stopped here.

On Thursday afternoon, we had our monthly resident council meeting. Fresh, warm bread and rhubarb-strawberry jam were served.

For Active Minds on Friday, we played "Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader?"

Bingo was played on Friday afternoon.