October Newsletter

Posted by Ciara Moosman on Oct 8, 2014

In Newsletters, Main

Take a look at our fun newsletter with highlights including: our National Assisted Living Week Carnival, quilt show, grandparents day, and our monthly employee spotlight! 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 October Newsletter

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October 2014

Motivational Tip:

“No Bad Days”

We all have days when things don’t go our way. Don’t label an entire day “bad” because of a mishap or two (or three). Take a deep breath, smile, and remember the good things that happened too.

 

Grandparents Day!!

We had so much fun with all of the grandkids who came by to visit. Thank you all for making our residents’ day special.

 

Laugh Lines:

October marks the anniversary of the iconic “Peanuts” comic strip, created by Charles M. Schulz. Since 1950, Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the gang have provided comic wisdom for both young and old.

“In the book of life, the answers aren’t in the back.” –Charlie Brown

“Dear IRS, please remove me from your mailing list.” –Snoopy

“All you really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” –Lucy

“I dread getting old… I don’t want to have to wear bifocal teeth!” –Linus

“I think I’ve discovered the secret of life- you just hang around until you get used to it.” –Sally

“That was a hard test, Marcie. I didn’t know if it was an essay test, true or false, or multiple choice. I just put down ‘Not Guilty.’” –Peppermint Patty

 

Carnival Day:

We had a Carnival Day to end our Assisted Living Week Festivities, and it was a total success!!! We had food, music, games and a raffle. It was so nice watching our residents and their families together having fun. We want to thank all of the Home Health and Hospice companies for being part of the celebration, and to our residents for choosing Bel Aire Senior Living as your new home. THANK YOU!!!

 

Talk About It:

Go, Fight, Win!

The cool, crisp autumn air brings back memories of high school football games, and for many, those events were a big part of their teenage years. Use the questions below to reflect on your own memories of high school football.

Did you attend football games when you were in high school? Were you a member of the team, the cheerleading squad or the marching band, or simply a fan in the stands? What cheers or chants do you remember? Many schools hold an annual homecoming game and encourage alumni to attend. Was homecoming a tradition in your school? Did you participate in pep rallies and spirit days? Was there a homecoming parade in your hometown? What was it like?

 

Happy Halloween!