Friday, March 24, 2017

In the News: Bringing Generations Together



Bringing Generations Together

The adopted grandparent program brings together young and old.  Meadowview Intermediate School students visit seniors once per month at assisted living and nursing home facilities to do crafts, play games and chat.  Both the seniors and the students enjoy the program and look forward to upcoming visits. 

Sparta 4th grade Meadowview students and their teacher, Danielle Keenan, visited  assisted living residents at Morrow Home Community.  Mary Morrow’s Attic donated $200 toward transportation expenses for the program. 

Pictured, front row, from left, are Hilda Skilbred, BridgePath resident, participating student Aaron Wisniewski, and Reva Jo Parkhurst, Homestead resident.  Middle row, students Rylen Edmond and Daymion Sanders. Back row, student Kylie Burton, teacher Danielle Keenan and Mary Morrow’s Attic representative Edie Habhegger. 
                                                                                                March 2017

In the News: Announcing 2017 Nursing Home Ambassador and Adult Living Services Royalty

Announcing 2017 Nursing Home Ambassador and Adult Living Services Royalty   

From our Morrow Home Campus, 2017 Representatives:



Queen of Hearts Rita Woodworth, BridgePath; Ambassador Beverly Balliet, Nursing Home; King of Hearts Glenn Haines, MaryCrest. 

Morrow Home Community held a special celebration for the new Adult Living Services King and Queen of Hearts and Nursing Home Ambassador. Biographies were read to guests. The Culinary Department wowed everyone with delicious refreshments. The nursing home dining room was beautifully decorated in an array of red roses and sparkling valentines. Nursing Home Recreation Therapy Director Lindsey Taylor and Adult Living Services Activities and Volunteer Coordinator organized this wonderful event with the help of their staff. Those recognized retain their status for the rest of their lives and are also present at each celebration. Current representatives appear at community events throughout the year, including riding in the annual Butterfest parade and at a summer Concert in the Park.

 Feb 2017

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Morrow Home department heads give Hope



Morrow Home department heads give Hope for the Holidays for three families at Sojourners Journey by adopting these families and making their Christmas wishes a reality.

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Friday, September 2, 2016

Pie Day at Morrow Home Community

Pie Day at Morrow Home Community



The Morrow Home Community is proud of their recent state survey for not receiving any
citations regarding hand-washing sanitation regulations.

As an incentive to staff, five of the Nursing Home’s Management volunteered to take a pie in
the face if no hand-washing citations were received.

Thank you for being such great sports! 

Pictured above- left to right: Lindsay Weibel, Nursing Home Social Services Director; Emily Bouzek, Infection Control/Staff Education Director, Michael Bonello, Executive Director of Morrow Home Community; Jen Williams, Nursing Home Administrator; Kari Hauser, Assistant Director of Nursing.

August 31, 2016

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Butterfest Parade 2016


Butterfest Parade 2016

Much appreciation for all the teamwork in Morrow Home's 2016 Butterfest float!  We won the Festmasters Award & 1st place in the Service Division.


Monday, February 22, 2016

Special Guest at Morrow Home Community




SPECIAL GUEST AT MORROW HOME COMMUNITY CROWNS NEW
ROYALTY KINGS AND QUEENS OF HEARTS FOR 2016


Morrow Home Community celebrated the coronation of the new Nursing Home and Adult
Living Services Kings and Queens of Hearts with Butterfest Festmaster 2016 John
Hendricks assisting with the coronation. Biographies of the royalty were read to guests.
The Culinary Department wowed everyone with delicious refreshments. The nursing
home dining room was beautifully decorated in an array of red roses and sparkling
valentines. A special thank you goes to the Morrow Home Auxiliary for assisting with the
cost of the corsages and boutonnieres for the Royalty. Nursing Home Recreation
Therapy Director Christine Vian and the rest of her staff organized this wonderful event
with the help of Adult Living Services Activities and Volunteer Coordinator Kim Braatz
and assistants. Morrow Home Kings and Queens retain their status as Royalty for the
rest of their lives and are also present at each coronation. Current Royalty will represent
Morrow Home at community events throughout the year, including riding in the annual
Butterfest parade and at a summer Concert in the Park.

Top photo: Nursing Home Queen Jeanne Baumbach, John Hendricks and King Dan
Clemmerson
Bottom photo: Adult Living Services Queen Hilda Skilbred, John Hendricks and King Jim
Appel. 

Feb 2016