The Residents of The Williamsport Home Apartments know how to have a good time even if the weather is crazy! Tuesday August 28th we had scheduled an outdoor concert on our "green" but it was so hot we had to move it indoors at the last minute. But even with that, everyone enjoyed the root beer floats and the show put on by The Hunter Family. We all enjoyed singing along with the great tunes of the 1950's, there was some dancing, lots of foot tapping and clapping! Thank you so much to The Hunter Family for a great show!
I know we are all very tired of all the rain we have been getting this summer. It is hard to keep in perspective that almost the entire west coast of the US is engulfed in flames.....
Just remember you don't get the rainbow without getting the rain!
On August 16th The Williamsport Home Apartments hosted a meeting of World War II Vets that was sponsored by the Williamsport Vet Center. We are very lucky to have several World War II Veterans living on campus. Pictured from left to right are: Laurie Maynard, Al Brown, Andrew Johnson, Claire Keefer, Wilson Redka, Paul Seaman, Don Koons, Bob Creveling and Bob Folmer. We all owe a huge debt of gratitude to these fine individuals and their comrades in arms for all they sacrificed for our freedom.
Summer is a beautiful time on The Williamport Home Campus with lots of flowers and growing things. Here is a sampling of our green thumbs with some help from Lady Di's floral service on the areas around the Skilled Nursing Facility. Sun flowers and Pumpkins are courtesy of resident Tillie Houseknecht!
Every August The Williamsport Home Apartments have a campus wide picnic under the "big top" tent. This year however, with all the rain and storms we had to relocate inside. Each building had their own "cook-in" with Shrimp coctail, hamburgers and cheese cake. Everyone still had a good time but we are hoping for better weather next year.
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