Lynnwood and Lynnridge Apartments invited residents and their children out for a day of fun as the community geared up to send children back to school. The kids received goodies stuffed with school necessities, colorful wristbands with inspirational words and other treats. Everyone enjoyed hot dogs, chips and cookies in addition to candy-sprinkled cupcakes–truly the icing on the cake for the party where everyone was encouraged to put their best foot forward for a new school year.
The Good Times returned to Frank Callaghan in July and it was a wonderful day for all! Dean Parker, the Good Times event coordinator, was excited to see the familiar faces from past events and very inviting and welcoming to the new residents who had never experienced the thrill of Legacy Housing Foundation’s Good Times Block Party. The event was held as a “Walk-Thru,” with no seating so that everyone could socially distance safely, but residents, staff and Dean were still able to interact, laugh and …of course, have a good time.
The families and kids at Ramblewood Apartments enjoyed four days of great food, positive thinking and fun activities thanks to the Greater Clarksville Chapter’s Child Evangelism Fellowship group. Members engaged residents in activities to make them more aware of the positive influences of life.
How do you beat the heat of the summer? Ice cream and some cool picking and singing. Residents at Henry Manor enjoyed this double treat recently when the grandson of Maintenance Supervisor Dale Clemons brought along a couple of friends with their guitars to entertain with music and songs. A couple of residents joined in to the delight of everyone and staff served ice cream and toppings.
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