Bingo Lingo

Wayne Tabbert’s gig as St. Michael’s bingo caller may have began as a quick fix but it has turned into a permanent position.

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A note from the St. Michael’s administrator

Suddenly, it’s December – and so much has happened already! Since our annual Butterfly Release in June, we have been working to raise funds for our kitchen update project. As you may know, we have more than 25 residents call St. Michael’s home today.

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Giving back

During the annual Breakfast with Santa event at St. Michael's, children from the Fountain City community had the opportunity to visit with Santa. During the event, organizers asked attendees bring nonperishable food items to be donated to the Fountain City Food Shelf, based out of the UCC Church.

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Decorating for Christmas

While decorating one of the Christmas trees at St. Michael’s, a resident began sharing stories of Christmas traditions. Nancy shared a story about how her parents wouldn’t put up or decorate the family Christmas tree until after the children had gone to bed on Christmas Eve. On Christmas morning, the beautifully decorated tree with presents below would be a surprise.

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Doing what I can

St. Michael’s Assisted Living resident Phyllis Passow was searching for a way she could make an impact. Sharing her time and talents, Phyllis recently donated a homemade crocheted afghan. She donated the afghan in hopes that it would be auctioned off to support St. Michael’s.

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Devotion: Finding peace

“Love and faithfulness meet together; righteousness and peace kiss each other.” (Psalm 85:10)

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Resident Life at St. Michael’s

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.

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Celebrating assisted living

In honor of National Assisted Living Center Week, St. Michael’s Assisted Living hosted a weeklong celebration.

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Bringing the heat: Annual BBQ Chicken Cook-Off is successful

The sixth annual “Battle of the Tongs” BBQ Chicken Cook-Off continued to bring the heat to St. Michael’s Assisted Living. Not only did the competition have a record number of contenders, it also had the biggest turnout of attendees in event history.

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College Degree Made Possible Through the Military

For Tim Tillman, being in the United States Army enabled him to earn a college education. “My parents couldn’t afford to put me though college and working as a head chef in a kitchen helped me get by but it didn’t pay for my college. The military enabled me to go to college and have many good experiences,” Tim explained.

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