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Hello everybody.   

Hope you’re all doing well and enjoying this beautiful weather. 

Those few cold days made me want old-man winter to head on up north or somewhere! I spent 20 years in Wyoming and I’m sure glad we’re home now, because my husband and I would have never made it in those cold winters, as we have gotten older. I’m talking from October clear through May.  A couple weeks of cold, now I can handle that a little better.

There are two birthdays to celebrate: the first is my daughter Angie, who is the assistant director. She will be celebrating her birthday on March 16. Dunlap resident, Ms. Marye Frances Gray, has her birthday on March 29.  Happy birthday Angie and Ms. Marye Frances, you are both very special to all of us!  

We are so glad to have Mr. Max Gibbs back home with us.  He’s been in the hospital and rehab since Dec. 6. Welcome home, Mr. Max.

The date for the Springfest is May 3, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., and is held at the center, 1495 Dunlap Orphanage Rd. 

We would love to have you come and join us for some fellowship, good food, great music and lots of fun! If you would be willing to help with anything, please call me at 476-7014.

Also, we still have a suite available. It would be great for a husband and wife, or maybe a couple of best friends sharing it.  

It has two private bedrooms, two closets, and a “Jack & Jill” bathroom. It’s a pretty neat room. And you can just sit back and be retired! It’s right up close to the dining room and living room so you wouldn’t have far to walk to either. Please give me a call if you or anyone you know of needs a great place to live during your retirement years.

Until next week. 

Be kind to one another, love and treat everyone as you would want to be treated, keep your focus on the Lord Jesus Christ and everything will go easier in your life. He will always be there for you if only you ask Him to.

 

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