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Santa Visits our Assisted Living!

The tenants of Jones-Harrison Assisted Living were thrilled to have Santa visit during their special holiday meal, and bringing gift cards for Target to all of our good girls and boys.  Thanks Santa!

Vince & Katherine pose with the Jolly Old Elf!

Marvel gets a hug from Santa!

Santa knows that Larry was a good boy this year!

Dancing in the New Year

We are happy to say the dance parties will continue in 2020!  The Breck High School students will once again be here on Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m. to get our residents movin’ and groovin’!  And we are thrilled to have the Kairos Alive! team with us, both virtually and with a great group of volunteers to keep the action going!  This session in early December is dedicated to two of our dancers now dancing among the angels – Nelly and Mary!

Nelly was always willing to help with a song and a dance step or two!

Mary and Janna enjoy the music and a laugh!

Sophie was enjoying the company of the wonderful Kairos Alive! volunteers.

Adventures in Norway

The Assisted Living Residents enjoyed a presentation about Norway from the granddaughter of Joyce & Ray Engh. Many thanks to Johanna Engh for sharing with everyone.

Johanna Engh, granddaughter of Joyce & Ray Engh, shares her experiences as a student in Norway.

Proud Grandma Joyce looks on!

Ceramics Returns in 2020

We will continue to have ceramics classes every Wednesday at 10 a.m. beginning on January 8th.  Classes will now be lead by the Breck High School students along with their supervisor, Coreena Affleck.  We will luckily have Northern Clay back with us for a couple of sessions that we missed in December.  Looking forward to starting again and seeing what the kids have up their sleeve for new projects.

Breck Art Instructor Coreena Affleck will assist the students with new project ideas for our residents.

The students do a great job of assisting our residents with final touches on their projects.

Joyce, our proud artiste!

When Santa Came to Town

Santa made an early appearance at Jones-Harrison Residence, and with the help of his trusty elves, helped spread some holiday cheer.  Many thanks to the wonderful contributors to the Be a Santa to a Senior program organized by Home Instead.  Our residents were thrilled with the surprise gifts and with the jolly old elf that delivered them!

Everyone was happy to see Santa!

Many thanks to Home Instead for coordinating the Be a Santa to a Senior program and the generosity of all the donors!

Muriel is thrilled with elf Janna’s surprise delivery!

Card Sharks

Many thanks to our volunteer extraordinaire Geoffrey for keeping things fun during the Jones-Harrison Assisted Living weekly card game.

Has Dennis got an ace up his sleeve?!?!

The peanut gallery cheers on the fun!