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August is Sandwich Month

— No matter how you slice it, everyone seems to have a favorite sandwich. In a month known for its “dog-days” and heat, a sandwich may provide just the meal you need. They’re low fuss, yet can be quick and nutritious, and most require no cooking. A sandwich by definition includes one or more pieces of... Read More

Ways to Help You Relax: Relaxation Day is August 15

— Stressed out? Fatigued? Or simply having a bad day? It’s time to relax! Here are five easy ways to help you stress less and relax more: Stretch out on your back or sit comfortably where you are. Slowly move through your body tightening and flexing as you go until you reach your face and neck,... Read More

Employee of the Month: Mary Kay

— Mary Kay Smith, housekeeper, was chosen as employee of the month. Mary is such a reliable, hard worker and this never goes unnoticed. SNRC is pleased to have her as part of our team. Great job, Mary!

Sight Seeing Trip

— Every month the activity department takes residents out for a group outing. This month they went to Cave Run Lake. Residents enjoyed seeing the beautiful lake, a drive by the dam and made a stop on the way home for icee’s.

Water Fight

— Staff and residents at SNRC went outside to cool off with a water balloon fight and water games. They filled 200 water balloons along with 10 water guns and went outside to cool off for the day. It was such a fun day.

Lake Day

— With summer in full swing residents enjoyed a hot day at Paintsville Lake with pizza and watermelon. They spent the day feeding ducks, watching boats and jet ski’s, and enjoying the beautiful day outside.

Have you tried an Alligator Pear?

— Have you tried an Alligator Pear? National Avocado Day is Sunday, July 31, 2022. Avocado, also known as an Alligator Pear, originated in southern Mexico. The ancient Aztecs used the fruit for skin masks and currently the cosmetic industry uses them in creams, lotions and facial cleaners as they are rich in fiber, folic acid,... Read More

Farmer Day

— Everyone had a blast on Farmer Day which included baby chicks. We wore our best farmer attire, made butter, had a fresh vegetable platter, and cared for the babies.

Hat Day

— What’s more fun than silly hats? Having a photo shoot with silly hats! Residents and staff had fun wearing their favorite hats and taking pictures. From big hats to small, and all different colors, we had a variety of hats to enjoy.

Rock Painting

— With summer in full swing residents painted rocks to add to our flower beds. Everyone cooled off at the end of the day with homemade banana splits.