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Landmark Center

BELLE PENDLETON
Recreation Coordinator

 

Mark your calendar and make plans to attend the annual Blue Ridge Therapy Connection Community Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 26 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Entertainment will be provided by residents from Blue Ridge Therapy Connection and The Landmark Center’s Hand Bell Choirs.
Refreshments will be provided by the dietary staff. Children of all ages are invited to join us for this fun day. For more information, contact the activity department at (276) 694-7161, extension 1804.
Residents are looking forward to an Easter egg hunt with children from the Patrick Springs STEP program on March 21. Thank you to all who help with this program.
The Landmark residents and staff invite you to join them for the next Rook Tournament on April 7 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. in the dining room. Refreshments will be provided by Landmark Catering and the dietary staff. Prizes will be awarded to the top three winners. This event is coordinated by volunteers Jim and Ellen Saunders and Daniel Quesenberry from activities. For more information call (276) 694-3050, extension 4514.
Join our Veterans at The Landmark Center on April 5 from 9 to 10 a.m. for Operation Homefront. If you served in the Armed Forces of the United States of America you are invited to attend casual meetings to connect, recognize, and support our local heroes. For more information, contact Susan Foster at (276) 694-4416. This program is presented by Mountain Valley Hospice and Palliative Care to honor veterans. Refreshments will be served.
April 10-16 is National Volunteer Week. The Landmark Center and Blue Ridge Therapy Connection will be honoring our many group volunteers April 14. Thank you for your dedication to the residents.
The Art Fusion Discussion Group met at The Landmark Center on March 8. It was a beautiful warm sunny day, so the group met in the courtyard. The topic centered on spring, Saint Patrick’s Day, and Easter.
Beth Ford, historical services assistant, and volunteer Becky Turner from the Reynolds Homestead provided postcards for the residents to view and reminisce. The residents loved being outside and as always; they enjoyed this program very much.
Thursday morning, March 10, local artists Ursula Allen and Norma Bozenmayer led the Community Art Class. Residents decorated their own ceramic pots and painted the wooden tulip which they “planted” in the pot. They also created paper leaves which they attached to the flower stem. Residents placed these flowers in their rooms as a springtime decoration.
Landmark residents traveled out for breakfast March 8, and bowling on the afternoon of March 10. March 15, they went to Stanleytown for live music and breakfast. March 17, they enjoyed local shopping. The promise of spring is in the air which makes the trip almost as much fun as the destination.
After missing two months due to snowy weather, the cosmetology class from Patrick County High School was able to be here for Spa Day on March 15. Residents always look forward to talking with these young ladies and getting a complete manicure.
Residents and guests celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day with music, dancing, and refreshments March 17. After dinner, residents enjoyed selections presented by the Community Easter Choir.
Friday, March 18, The Landmark Center hosted the free community event, “Thrive & Survive.” Virginia Tech osteopathic med students and physicians provided free health screenings and consultations. How to prepare for health emergencies was presented by Chris Garret, Virginia Health Department, West Piedmont; and First Quality Rehabilitation was provided by Blue Ridge Therapy Connection. Thank you to all our community guests and those who provided their services.
If you would like to become a volunteer at The Landmark Center, please call (276) 694-3050, extension 4514.
Until next time, see you at the Landmark,

Pictured (left to right): residents Aileen Arden and Linda Hall with children from Abiding Grace Church enjoyed game night.
Pictured (left to right): residents Aileen Arden and Linda Hall with children from Abiding Grace Church enjoyed game night.
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