Excitement filled the air as residents, staff, and guests gathered at The Landmark Center for the Super Bowl 50 party. Ice cold bottled drinks were provided to all those in attendance in anticipation of the game. Kickoff was to begin at 6:30 p.m. and the warm and inviting living room was packed with excitement as the residents pulled for their favorite team.
Although most were fans of the Carolina Panthers, a couple of Bronco fans made their presence known as the coin was tossed and the game began. A few bets were discussed, just for fun, as Landmark Catering arrived with fresh baked biscuits filled with country ham; barbecue meatballs, always a favorite, potato chips and their specialty BLT dip.
As the game continued, Panther fans soon realized their hope of winning was futile, as the Broncos quickly took a strong lead. The zany commercials and remaining food reminded the saddened Panther fans of a great time with friends, a time to let loose, and share memories of Super Bowls in their past.
Special thanks to Landmark Administrator, Chuck Flynn, for making the “big game” even bigger for the residents, family, and friends. (Written by: Daniel Quesenberry, Landmark Activities)
The Virginia Health Care Association and the Virginia Center for Assisted Living (VHCA-VCAL); is the Commonwealth’s largest association representing long term care. Landmark resident, Malvine Zollars, along with 23 other individuals, were selected as part of the Faces & Stories in Virginia’s Long Term Care Facilities 2016 calendar.
Malvine is an accomplished violinist, playing with the Symphony Orchestra of the University of California. She is also an accomplished author having three books published. Her most notable book is “Gone But Not Forgotten” which is in the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C.
If you served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America, beginning March 1 and the first Tuesday of each month thereafter, Mountain Valley Hospice & Palliative Care and The Landmark Center invite you to attend Operation Homefront. Join the casual meetings to connect, recognize, and support our local heroes. The meetings will be held from 9 to 10 a.m. at The Landmark Center. Let’s honor our veterans! For more information, contact Susan Foster at (276)-694-4416.
The Art Fusion Discussion Group met at The Landmark Center February 9. The meeting was led by Beth Ford, historical services assistant, and volunteer Becky Turner from the Reynolds Homestead. Beth provided “book covers” as the subject of this meeting. As the group viewed the book covers they discussed the cover’s history and realized this is also a form of art.
It is hard to believe Valentine’s Day has come and gone and February soon will follow suit. Landmark residents, family, friends, staff, and the community have celebrated the holiday together.
February 12, family and friends joined us for a Valentine Party. Everyone enjoyed delicious red-velvet cake, sausage balls, cheese and crackers, and punch prepared by Landmark Catering. We would also like to thank the Reynolds Homestead for the treat bags for our residents, the beautiful handmade cards from the senior group from The Fellowship Church in Ararat, Virginia, and Fairystone Baptist Church.
The Young family joined the residents on Monday afternoon, February 9, and assisted the residents as they created a beautiful Valentine picture frame to keep in their rooms. Thursday, February 11, local artist Ursula Allen and staff helped residents as they made Valentine cards to share with others. Thanks to all those who took time out of their busy schedule to help us celebrate Valentine’s Day.
The Patrick County Alzheimer’s Group LLC and The Landmark Center invite you to join them on February 26, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at The Landmark Center, for the movie “Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me.” Refreshments will be served. To RSVP or for more information call (276) 694-3050.
If you would like to become a volunteer or share your talent with us, please stop by or call us at: (276) 694-3050, extension 4514.