News & Views from Campus: September 26th – October 2 nd
Thoughts in honor of World Gratitude Day, Sept.

21 st – By Diana Butler Bass

During the last eighteen months, when I felt the most
despair and the deepest pain of isolation, I remembered my
own words and took them to heart: Gratitude is resilience
of sorts, the defiance of kindness in the face of anger, of
connection in the face of division, and of hope in the face of
fear. . . Gratitude empowers us. It makes joy and love
possible. It rearranges the way we see and experience what
is all around us. Gratitude makes all things new. It
transforms how we understand what is broken and gives us
the ability to act more joyfully and with hope. That is why
gratitude is central to all the world’s religions. As a practice,
it embodies the wisdom of humanity’s greatest spiritual
teachers: the love of neighbor. Gratitude takes us from
abstract belief to living compassion in the world. Gratitude
is strongest, clearest, most robust, and radical when things
are really hard. Really hard. All-is-lost hard. You may need
to be reminded of that today. Someone you know might
benefit from a kind word of appreciation or the
encouragement of “thank you.” And so, take time to count
your blessings, thank someone, and pay it forward on this
World Gratitude Day. Be part of a global tribe of

Happy Birthday
Colin Newton(E) 09-28 Wilma Heugel 10-01
Jacob Chapman(E) 09-28 Bernetta Pemberton 10-01
Cynthia Gilbert(E) 09-29 Elizabeth Roth 10-01
Tammy Bright(E) 09-30 Rebeca Rossiter(E) 10-02
Sadie Rickard(E) 10-01

Weekly Inspiration
“The greatness of a man or woman is not how much wealth they
acquire, but in their integrity and ability to affect those around them

~ Bob Marley ~

Prayer Request & Scripture

Matthew 6:35

Sitting down, Jesus called the Twelve and said: “Anyone who wants to be

first must be the very last, and the servant of all.”

Residents: Foose Center
Staff: Administrators & Board of Directors
Chuck, Matt, Jeannie and the Board Members

Activity Calendar
All schedules are subject to change without notice
Sunday, September 26 th
Salem EUCC Church Service available for individual viewings
9:00 Worship – Channel 3 & Chapel
10:00 Bowling Dice – Social Room
10:15 Our Redeemer Lutheran Church Service – Channel 3
1:00 Sunday Matinee – Same Kind of Different As Me – Channel 3

Monday, September 27 th
9:00 Devotions – Channel 3 & Chapel
9:30 Mindful Meditations – Channel 3
11:00 Exercise – Channel 3 & Social Room
1:45 Rosary – Channel 3 & Chapel
3:00 Tap Time Class! Come try a fun exercise! – Social Room

Tuesday, September 28 th
9:00 Devotions – Rev. Tony Metz – Channel 3 & Chapel
9:30 Mindful Meditations – Channel 3
10:00 Pound Class – Channel 3 & Social Room
11:00 Exercise – Channel 3 & Social Room
1:00 Whats All The Hoot About Owls? – Channel 3 & Social
2:00 Resident Council – Social Room
3:00 Chair Yoga – Channel 3
6:30 Put & Take – Social Room

Wednesday, September 29 th
9:00 Devotions – Channel 3 & Chapel
9:30 Mindful Meditations – Channel 3
10:00 Virtual Entertainment: Bill & Gloria Gaither – Channel 3
11:00 Exercise – Channel 3 & Social Room
2:00 Art Class – Social Room
6:30 Dominoes – Social Room

Thursday, September 30 th
9:00 Devotions – Channel 3 & Chapel
9:30 Mindful Meditations – Channel 3
10:00 Catholic Mass – Channel 3 & Chapel
11:00 Exercise – Channel 3 & Social Room
1:30 Joe Chi – Channel 3

Friday, October 1 st
9:00 Devotions – Channel 3 & Chapel
9:30 Mindful Meditations – Channel 3
11:00 Exercise – Channel 3 & Social Room
2:00 Bingo – Social Room

Saturday, October 2 nd
All Day Games, Cards, Etc. are available for use in Bartley Room
10:00 David Damm – Channel 3 & Social Room
11:00 Exercise – Channel 3 Only
-Ice Cream Special in the General Store,
Chocolate Chip!

The Patter Riddle of the Week
-Many have heard me, yet no one has seen me, and I
will not speak back until spoken to. What am I??
Last weeks riddle and answer.
-What four-letter word can be written forward,
backward, or upside down, and still be read from left
to right?
Answer: NOON!

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