Several St. Michael’s Assisted Living residents and team members enjoyed a 90-minute boat ride on the Mississippi River.
“It was real nice, I enjoyed being out on the river,” said resident David Keller.Along the ride, the group spotted a few bald eagles, foxes and turtles.
“It was great for everyone to get outside together, we had a great time. It was a lot of fun,” said Cid Serva, Activities Director at St. Michael’s.
Residents recently shucked corn on the cob for dinner. The corn had been donated by Wendy Wnuk Schmitt. In addition to the corn, dinner featured a sirloin steak.
“It’s wonderful when our residents are able to help out in the preparation of a meal,” said Tiffany Olson, Administrator at St. Michael’s. “We were grateful for the donation of corn.”
Residents recently enjoyed a day of trout fishing in the valley. The event was made possible by the North American Squirrel Association (NASA). NASA is a non-profit organization providing physically challenged and elderly members of the community with outdoor opportunities, such as hunting and fishing. After a morning of fishing, residents enjoyed their catch by partaking in a fish fry.
Residents spent an afternoon at Danzinger Vineyards in Alma, Wis. enjoying wine and appetizers.
“We had a wonderful time,” said Cid Serva, Activities Director at St. Michael’s, “It was a great opportunity for our residents to sample different wines and learn about the vineyards.”
Volunteers recently worked with residents to make thank you cards for the third annual Butterfly Release. The event featured an ice cream social and live music by the Putz Family Band.
“Our volunteers offer irreplaceable support by enhancing activity programming and assisting with events,” said Tiffany Olson, Administrator at St. Michael’s. It’s wonderful when volunteers can work directly with our residents on projects like this.”
Interested in sharing your time with older adults? We always welcome new volunteers. Call (608) 468-6380 to find out more.