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Many of our Elders enjoyed a movie and popcorn as part of “Titanic Remembrance Day”. Interesting facts where shared about the Titanic and the movie “Titanic” was shown.
What makes a Monday better? …when its “McDonald’s Monday”!!!
One of our EDEN neighborhoods, Misty Meadows, sponsored McDonald’s Monday. This event was enjoyed by our Elders and all of the members of the Misty Meadows neighborhood. It certainly was a wonderful day in the neighborhood.
We have recently began construction at Riverview on the “Mugg-Z Café.” This project is to develop an internet café and gift shop for our Elders to “surf the web” and enjoy a good cup of coffee. This will be a place for them to purchase food, toiletry and other items without having to “send out for it.” This café will eventually serve our Elders, as well as, stakeholders and visitors. Our vision is to expand it to a place where anyone can stop in and get a sandwich, salad, gourmet cupcakes, gift cards and more. Keep an eye out for Mugg-Z Café… COMING SOON !!!
Our Elders were given another opportunity to meet a candidate for the upcoming election as Bear Halbert, candidate for Floyd County Jailer, came by to visit with us.
Annice Lee Welch, from the Floyd County Health Department, spoke to our Elders about diabetes and breast cancer awareness. She provided them with information about symptoms, treating and preventing these diseases. She will join us again next month to discuss blood pressure and lung cancer.
At various times leading up to the next election our Elders will be given the opportunity to meet, greet and discuss the issues with different candidates. Today our Elders met with Cheyenne McKinney, candidate for Floyd County Jailer.
One of our EDEN neighborhoods, “Willow Creek,” hosted an event that provided our Elders with the opportunity to make Easter crafts. The event got even “sweeter” when cookies were provided.
FOOD, FUN and FREE THROWS…!!!
Many of the Elders and staff at Riverview gathered together in the dinning area before the BIG GAME to cheer on the Kentucky Wildcats as they battled for a National Championship.
Our elders were entertained by a fascinating magic show. This was certainly a “magical” day at Riverview!!!
New Appalachian Heritage Music Program coming to Riverview…
Phillip Ramey (chaplain) and special guests will seek to uncover the deep roots of our mountain heritage through the rich music of Appalachia. During this monthly presentation, listeners will be given demonstrations on a variety of instruments such as guitar, mandolin, banjo, fiddle and others. They will be exposed to the music of our heritage, including “old time” music, bluegrass, folk and country. The program is set to make its debut on April 25.