One of the things the campus really enjoys in the summer is having entertainment on the "green". We recently had the Repasz Band come to play for the whole campus. The Skilled Facility Residents enjoyed a family picnic then the concert and the Apartment Residents had hot dogs off the grill and listened to the great music!
We have had some lovely weather this summer, well at least until the monsoons hit! Playing bocci in the sunshine is a great way to spend a morning or afternoon!
First New Baby of 2018. We now have four. One set of twins and
two "singles". Please drive carefully on Ravine Road and surrounding
areas so we don't loose any of them!
On June 14, 2018 The Williamsport Home honored our Skilled Nursing Facility Volunteers with a picnic in our beautiful pavilion. The Williamsport Home depends on our volunteers for various functions. We have volunteers who help with transporting residents to and from the beauty shop, help with activities like Bingo, assist in our medical records department, visit with residents, deliver mail and assorted other ways of lending a helping hand. If you are interested in volunteering at The Williamsport Home please contact Dawnette Shobert, the Activities Director, at 570-323-8781.
Each Month Bonnie Horn sweeps into The Williamsport Home Apartments with boxes of decorations, wonderful home made desserts and a message of faith, hope and charity. She leads the monthly Hymn Sing at the Apartments for any residents that would care to come. They enjoy singing favorite hymns, fellowship, and a delicious sweet. There is a collection taken up for a chosen charity. Bonnie then reports on the kind of work the charity does. Part of living at The Williamsport Home Apartments is having a full, well rounded, healthy lifestyle. Enjoying the freedom to pursue a spiritual life on campus is one aspect of living at The Williamsport Home.
On Wednesday May 30th The Williamsport Home Apartment Residents took a bus trip to Lancaster. The trip included the Sight and Sound Presentation "Jesus" and lunch at Hershey Farms. We left at 7:00 AM and enjoyed a full day, returning at 6:30 PM! Our Bus was comfortable the Show was unforgetable (and very moving) and our lunch was delicious! We had an interesting surprise when Resident June Eck began looking at the program. There was a picture of her granddaughter! She is an artist and works on the beautiful sets for the show!
Great job to the Travel Committee, Kim Haller the Director of Independent Living and Bob Lamey, Executive Chef for planning and executing a fabulous trip!
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