The Residents of The Williamsport Home Apartments are always on the GO! In August they had two trips. The first was to Selinsgrove to shop at Boscov's and the Thrift Store and have dinner at Red Robin. The second was a trip to Slate Run for dinner. Although many of the residents have their cars on campus and drive, it is always nice to be chauffered! Everyone enjoyed both trips!
For three days in September the Williamsport Home and Apartment Residents were hosted by the O'Conner family to fish and picnic at their beautiful pond and pavilion. This has been an annual event started by the Stubler family several years ago. When the Stublers sold the property we were afraid our fishing trips would end. However, the O'Conners have been so kind and generous to continue the tradition.
Packing up residents, picnic lunches, fishing supplies, and in some cases medication and nurses to boot is a large undertaking but everyone enjoys these outings, residents and staff! This year the weather was strange (as it was all summer) but we managed to get three days in row with decent weather. Lots of fish were caught and released, lots of laughs, good picnic food and just enjoying being out in the fresh air and enjoying the beauty of nature.
The Williamsport Home and Apartments were happy to participate in the Senior Expo sponsored by Senator Gene Yaw and Representative Garth Everett. It was an opportunity for seniors to meet with providers of senior services. Mike Ciccarelli, Kim Haller and Dolores Johnson enjoyed meeting hundreds of Lycoming county residents and introducing them to what The Williamsport Home and Apartments has to offer. Jean Ringle, our Skilled Nursing Dietary Manager, put together a beautiful door prize basket and we had some gifts for everyone's "goodie bags".
Happy 100th Birthday to Independent Living
Apartment Resident Bernadine Lutz!
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!
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