December Newsletter

Posted by Ciara Moosman on Dec 8, 2014

In Newsletters, Main

Take a look at our fun newsletter with highlights including: our annual Thanksgiving Dinner, thanksgiving creations in memory care, and fun topics to spark your December conversation! Thank you for all of the families that attended our activities this past month! We feel privileged to provide assisted living in Utah County. Click the picture below to see the full newsletter!

Bel Aire December Newsletter


December 2014

Merry Christmas

Maybe Christmas, he thought, doesn't come from a store. Maybe Christmas, perhaps, means a little bit more!

Too All of Our Friends:

There are many gifts under our Christmas tree. But the best one is the gift of your friendship.

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

The holiday season means different things to different people, but no matter what special event you celebrate, you likely have plenty of fond memories of it. Use the questions below to start a discussion about your holiday favorites.

What is your favorite holiday this time of year? Why?

Do you remember a particular holiday gift that left a lasting impression on you? If so, what was it, and who gave it to you?

Have you ever given someone a memorable gift? What was the recipient's reaction?

Holiday music ranges from sacred to sentimental to silly. Do you have a favorite holiday song? What is it? Do you have a special memory associated with the tune?

Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

Once again, our Annual Thanksgiving Dinner was a success!! We want to thank our wonderful kitchen staff for a delicious meal, all of our CNAs and staff for all the help on this special event, and all of the families for coming. Our residents had a great time visiting with all of you.

Remember Me?

She flew from Neverland, fell in love in the South Pacific and taught the Von Trapp children to sing. Actress Mary Martin starred in some of the Broadway's biggest musicals. Learn more about this legend of the Great White Way.

She was born in Dec. 1. 1913, in Weatherford, Texas.

For her 1949 starring role as Nellie in "South Pacific," a show highligh was her song "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outta My Hair." It was Martin's suggestion that she really shampoo her hair onstage.

In 1954, Martin enchanted audiences as Peter Pan, both on Broadway and TV broadcasts. She often said it was her favorite role.

Beginning in 1959, she spent two years starring as Maria in "The Sound of Music."

Martin earned three Tony Awards for Best Actress.

Have A Holly Jolly Christmas!