Monthly Archive May 2012

Fondly Known As “Veggie Patrol”

                          As the kitchen staff wheels in a trolley loaded with 200+ pounds of potatoes, carrots and onions ready for peeling, you may wonder, why are these people smiling – this isn’t bingo. They are smiling in anticipation of what is fondly known Read more…

Au revoir, Mother Benedict… Godspeed!

For the third time in just as many weeks, our “little family” of Residents, Sisters, employees and friends of the home gather at the front door and prepare to bid a fond farewell to one of our family members. This time our much-loved Mother Benedict prepares to depart after six years as our Superior. In Read more…

A Riddle

      What do Engelbert Humperdinck, students from St. Augustin’s Catholic School, our Residents and Gingerbread Men have in common? Why, Hänsel and Gretel of course. It’s a delight to watch the 24 super talented students in Ms. Sofio’s fourth grade class – under the direction of Maria Andrasik – as they perform Engelbert Read more…