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MCAL celebrates National Assisted Living Week

Montgomery County Assisted Living celebrated the National Assisted Living Week with loads of fun.
Monday was a fun start to the week staying dressed in your PJ’s for Pajama Day.
Tuesday was a big hit with our Hippie or Hillbilly Day. From homemade corn cob pipes, straw hats & overalls to some really rad looking flower power outfits.
Wednesday Team Spirit Day, mostly Razorbacks (of course), but we also saw…Texas, LSU, Vikings & Saints.
Thursday we let the Dogs visit for Pet Therapy day. We had an all day stay with Sadie (Yorkie) & Josie
(Shih Tzu), with a brief lunchtime visit from Neith (Corgi).
Friday was Tie Dye Day & hosting a “Welcome back to school” picnic for the Pre-School.
The kids enjoyed the hamburger/cheeseburgers, sidewalk chalk & BUBBLES!
We had a surprise appearance by our very own clown, AKA Lillian, to entertain the children.
We want to express a big thanks to the wonderful donation of door prizes:
Big T Store (Oden), Rose Petals & More (Mt. Ida), Pawn Kings (Murfreesboro) & Gypsy Underground (Murfreesboro). The Residents have fun field trips to Murfreesboro. The Montgomery County Auxiliary went the extra mile, they purchased everyone in the facility Tee Shirts & tie dye paints. These Tee shirts were made by the resident’s during two different Activities & looked great. Thanks to the staff for their diligence to assist.
The top winners of the Overall Best Resident Participation was a very close race, but Joyce
won the prize. Seen here with her beautiful basket filed with a sweet house plant & lots of goodies.
Many other residents won nice door prizes. A drawing for the best staff member’s participation noted: First Place was Heather, Second Place Rand & Third Place Jessica. There were a few more door prizes to go around.
Thanks to all who participated in making this an extra fun week for all of us here!

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