Staff and service recipients went to the Sportsplex Monday through Thursday of this past week and worked on different craft projects. Lunch was provided for the staff and service recipients. We appreciate their love and thoughtfulness.
We watched "The Andy Griffith Show" on the iPad, worked on outcomes, and Mr. Bill Franklin came out and cut the yard for us on Wednesday, July 16. We appreciate him doing that for us.
Thursday, July 17, ladies from the First United Methodist Church in Covington came to the center and cooked some fried green tomatoes, along with some cupcakes. We want to thank them for coming and doing that for us. They also assisted with the activity.
We cleaned the center on Friday, July 18, and worked on outcomes. Staff and service recipients rearranged rooms on Monday, July 21, and watched "The Andy Griffith Show" on the iPad.
Staff and service recipients went to the gym on Tuesday, July 22.
Service recipients and staff worked in the garden on Wednesday, July 23, with Mr. Tim Ammons’ assistance. Mr. Bill Franklin came out to the yard and spruced it up for us; we appreciate his hard work very much.
Staff and service recipients spent the day at the Good Life Center in Bartlett on Thursday, July 24, sang songs with the choir, played basketball and ate lunch at the center.
We started doing our devotionals in the cafeteria on Friday, July 25; we also said what we were thankful for. Some of the service recipients watched some shows like "Barney" on the iPad.
They also worked on activities of choice on Monday, July 28. Staff and service recipients went to the gym to exercise on Tuesday, July 29. Some of our service recipients have been under the weather; we hope they feel better soon. Staff and service recipients went to the Atoka Cineplanet movie theater to see the movie “Rio.” Everyone enjoyed it very much.
We went on Wednesday, July 30 and then came back and worked on outcomes after lunch. Everyone has enjoyed the outings very much during the summer months. Again, thank you to those who have donated to the center and who help in so many different ways; it is greatly appreciated.
Until next time, Floyd Columbus.