March Newsletter 2015

Posted by McKenna Burr on Mar 9, 2015

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March Newsletter 2015


Take a look at our fun newsletter that includes our Mardi Gras party, Valentines Day activities and Presidents Day! We feel so fortunate to be able to provide Assistant Living in Utah county and showcase our wonderful residents!

Motivational Thought:

They say we're most likely to regret the things we didn't do. So follow your heart and go for your dreams!




We're so grateful that you chose Bel Aire Senior Living as your new home. We hope you'll enjoy living here, and please let us know if we can assist you in any way.

Hand Massages:

Thanks to our Mandalyn Academy volunteers for coming over to give everyone hand massages. Everyone enjoyed getting pampered!!

Mardi Gras 2015:

We all had a BLAST!! All of our residents enjoyed the parade, loved making noise, eating king cake and drinking apple cider.

Valentines Day:

We had all sorts of activities throughout the month of February to celebrate Valentines Day. One of them was decorating cookies with our residents and their families. 

Remember Me??

Mention the last name Clooney, and many will think of Hollywood heart throb George. However, his aunt Rosemary shone in the spotlight long before he did. Rosemary Clooney was born May 23, 1928, in Maysville, Ky. She was one of five children. Her professional career began as part of a duo, singing with her sister Betty on a Cincinnati radio station. Clooney's first no. 1 song was 1951's "Come On- a My House," a novelty tune that sold more than 1 million copies. Her string of hits included "Tenderly," "Hey There," and "Mambo Italiano." In 1954, she starred with Bing Crosby in the beloved holiday movie "White Christmas." Singers Frank Sinatra once described her as "a symbol of good, modern American music."