November 10, 2022— Is it really fall if you don’t go apple bobbing? Apple bobbing with “reachers” was a ton of fun.
November 10, 2022— Residents love cooking class; they love it more when they get to make something sweet. This cooking class residents made dirt cake. Not only was it fun to make it was great to eat. A sweet treat for our sweet residents
November 10, 2022— Residents at SNRC were treated to a Fall Gala Luncheon, complete with chicken and dumplings, cream style corn, rolls, and strawberry pie. Thanks to the Seasonal Shoppe for always providing us with beautiful centerpieces and the dietary department for the delicious meal.
November 10, 2022— With summer coming to an end, residents took advantage of a warm day at the lake. We grilled hamburgers and hotdogs and enjoyed ice cold pop and chips. We spent the afternoon enjoying the sunshine and watching boats and ducks.
November 9, 2022— Preserve Your Family History by Writing Family Stories “Everyone has a story to tell.” It seems like a cliché, but it’s true! November is Family Stories Month, a perfect time to gather your family together and transcribe those stories to preserve them for perpetuity. Here are some tips for writing your family stories: Decide which... Read More
November 9, 2022— Everyone has a talent that is special to them. Some talents are more commonly shareable, such as musical, artistic, or athletic talent, while others are less noticeable, like having a photographic memory, being able to do complex math in your head, or even having the ability to curl your tongue into an uncommon shape! With... Read More
October 9, 2022— Breast cancer is a disease in which cells in the breast grow out of control. There are different types of breast cancer, and people can experience different symptoms. Some individuals do not have any signs or symptoms at all. Symptoms may include but are not limited to: New lump in the breast or underarm (armpit).... Read More
October 9, 2022— This October, encourage your family and friends to try “Meatless Mondays.” Treat your taste buds to well-balanced meals that feature fresh leafy greens, colorful vegetables, plant-based meat or other protein-packed foods. It’s a great time to have fun with food and try something new! Search online, browse cookbooks, swap recipes with friends or ask your... Read More
October 9, 2022— Bone and Joint Health Action Week (October 12-18) focuses on improving quality of life and advancing the understanding and treatment of bone and joint disorders through research, prevention, and education. Did you know that as we age, we lose bone density and our cartilage thins? These factors are the leading causes of many bone and... Read More
October 9, 2022— Residents at SNRC took a trip to Butcher Holler to see Loretta Lynn’s homeplace and stopped by the spillway in Paintsville. Resident’s love getting out to sight see.