Tell A Fairy Tale Day

February 8, 2024 — Over the years, oral histories, myths, and legends have evolved to become known the world over as “fairy tales.” The origins of most fairy tales are rough around the edges, and would not be considered appropriate for children by today’s standards. Most of these stories would be more at home as ghost stories around a... Read More

Resident of the Month: Megan O.

February 8, 2024 — Congratulations to Ms. Megan O! She has been chosen as our resident of the Month for February. Megan has a degree in Mortgage & Financial Management and was a broker for many years. She really enjoyed her job. Her favorite food is any kind of Mexican. When we have Karaoke, she always likes to participate,... Read More

A Letter from the Administrator

February 8, 2024 — Happy Valentine’s Day! This is the month for love. We celebrate the month of February with cupcakes and goodies. We will be announcing our king and queen. We are also celebrating Martin Luther King Day with glove donations. We have been recovering from influenza and looking forward to a healthy, happy 2024. We look forward... Read More

February is Heart Month: Reduce Your Risk For Heart Disease

February 7, 2024 — Several health conditions, your lifestyle, your age and family history can increase your risk for heart disease. These are called risk factors. About half of all Americans (47%) have at least 1 of 3 key risk factors for heart disease: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking. Some risk factors for heart disease cannot be controlled, such... Read More

Cut Clutter in the New Year!

January 5, 2024 — Downsizing clutter can be a liberating but overwhelming process, especially for seniors. However, cutting clutter can enhance comfort, well-being, and peace of mind. Here are five easy ways to cut clutter in the new year: Start by tackling one room at a time. Divide items into categories such as keep, donate, sell, or discard. Focus on one... Read More

Resident of the Month: Marus O.

January 5, 2024 — Congratulations to Mr. Marus O., our resident of the Month. Mr. Marus and is wife Michele live in Sturis. He retired from Whirlpool. He loved hunting and fishing. He also like writing and has written three books including, “Facing the World with Chuckles and Sighs.”

Happy Activity Professionals Week January 21-27, 2024

January 5, 2024 — We owe a lot to our activities team for keeping our residents and families engaged, active, and safely participating in so many innovative ways. From crafts to bingo to seasonal fun, they have gone above and beyond to lift us all up with some great activities. Luckily, January 21-27 is designated to recognize them for... Read More

Hello 2024 – A Letter from the Administrator

January 5, 2024 — Happy New year! I want to thank everyone who shared the holiday season with us. There where lots of good food, laughs and love. There were many community donations and contributions. We are currently looking at decorations and home improvements to enhance our home here at MNR. We look forward to a wonderful 2024.

New Year’s Resolutions Ideas for Seniors

January 4, 2024 — Resolutions are a fun way to kick off the New Year, but they can also provide a sense of purpose and motivation that can foster a positive outlook on life. Setting goals can help seniors stay engaged and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Don’t know where to begin? Here are six resolutions to get you started:... Read More

Candy Cane Day: December 26

December 7, 2023 — Candy Canes are Festive and Fun! Candy canes are a favorite holiday treat. Their versatility makes them perfect for all kinds of edible and decorative uses! Plastic versions work great for décor purposes too and can be reused each year! Here are ten festive ways to use candy canes this season: Enjoy them as a... Read More