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WESTBROOK ACRES READY FOR SPRING MONTH March 2020

March 5, 2020
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From The Administrator A note from the Administrator: I cannot believe that we are approaching SPRING!!! Something to look for-ward to! I want to extend a HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who has been patient with the facility with the sickness that has come and gone throughout the last few weeks. It is that time of year! During these winter months it would always be a good idea to give the facility a call before visiting. We kindly ask that if you, or anyone you know, refrain from visiting the facility if they are feel-ing ill! The safety of our residents, staff AND visitors is of utmost importance to us!! We look forward to sunshine and warmer weather and everything that goes along with it!! Be safe! Kelly Larson MBA, LNHA

Special March Activities Memorial Service is Tuesday March 10th at 2:00 p.m. Daylight Saving time starts on Sunday March 8th. Spring forward! St. Patrick’s Day is Tuesday March 17th. Spring Begins Thursday March 19th. Opening Day of Major League Baseball is Thursday March 26th. Women’s History Month.

“Never allow the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.” Babe Ruth

We’d like to thank the Garwin Roughriders 4-H group for coming up to play the bells for us. They were awesome! I told them they have tome back again sometime. They said they would. Thank you so much!

Westbrook Acres Annual Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday, March 10th at 2:00 p.m. We hold this service to honor and remember the lives of our loved ones and residents who have passed away in 2019. A time of fellowship and refreshments will follow the service. Everyone is welcome to attend.

March 2020 Dates To Celebrate Cre8time National Craft Month Employee Spirit Month Music Involvement Month National Nutrition Month National Social Work Month Red Cross Month Women’s History Month March Birthdays Residents Keith Alberts March 4th Marjorie Luethje March 8th Ferne Schoel March 9th

Staff Kayla Vavroch 1st Alli Hughes 4th Lori Beenken 5th Kelly Larson 9th Ruth Bracy 11th Michele Wegner 12th

We would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the families of Casey Tucker, Carol Parks, Darlene Eggers, Marvin Haverkamp and Georgie Schipper. They will be deeply missed, and we will keep the family in our thoughts and prayers.

March 2020 Holidays St. Patrick’s Day Purim St. Patrick’S Day Party is Tuesday, March 17th. Wear GREEN or get pinched!

National Napping Day is Mon-day, March 9th. This is held annually on the Monday after Daylight Savings Time Ends.

Have you been enjoying the nicer weather? We’re just hoping it gets us closer to being able to go outside and sit on the porch.

Employees’ Appreciation Day is Friday, March 13th.

We’d like to welcome Florence Wrage and Bob Greiner to Westbrook Acres. We look forward to getting to know you and hope you enjoy your stay here.

Daylight Savings Time Begins on Sunday, March 8th. Be sure to check all batteries and to SPRING forward. Are you ready? Yeah!!!!!!

Recognition Dates for March Music Involvement Month. National Social Work Month. Long Term Care Administrators’ Week—9th—13th. Employees’ Appreciation Day— 13th. Certified Nurses Day—19th. Doctors’ Day—30th.

RESIDENT OF THE MONTH — Keith Alberts Keith was born on March 4th, 1944 in the Dike, Grundy City area. His mom and dad were farmers, he was raised on the farm and went to Dike schools. Keith was in the Navy for 4 years, and then was teaching school at UNI. He later moved to Mason City where he also taught school. Keith was married in his early years, later divorced and but had no children. He does have 3 nieces who have helped him throughout the years. He had one brother and one sister who have passed away. He was a very well known teacher, and was very good at what he did. He taught Jr. High Science in Mason City for 40 years. Keith was also very busy, never sit-ting down much. He loved walking, was always on the go. Keith went to the Methodist Church in Mason City, and he sang in the choir for many years, and he also loved playing the piano, especially church hymns. He can still carry quite a tune. About 5 years ago, he had a sudden stroke, and surgery following which really impaired his vision. Keith has been with us for several years, and we enjoy having him here. Thank you Keith for sharing with us.

 
 
 

 

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