We celebrated the first World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly with the Residents’ families at an outdoor celebration. A playful photo studio invited fun family photos and a local entertainer got everyone singing … and more than a few dancing!
In preparation for the World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly on July 25 Residents helped make a giant banner thanking our staff for being our angels during this difficult months of the pandemic. We used the collage techniques of Eric Carle, the famous children’s book illustrator who passed away […]
Every year we usher in spring with Washington’s annual Cherry Blossom Festival. This year we jumped into a new featured event, the Petal Porch Parade, decorating the front of our building with cherry blossoms and kites. We registered our Home on the official Porch Parade website so it was included […]
Bringing Out the Good From a Difficult Situation We were delighted this morning when Kathy Luongo, a Resident’s daughter, along with his granddaughter, stopped by to deliver handmade gifts for each of our employees – a colorful array of more than 100 jars of bath salts in lavender, eucalyptus, and […]
On Wed, May 23 we welcomed the traveling tapestry of St. Jeanne Jugan into our midst. She will be with us as we prepare for our celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Congregation’s presence in America next week. We welcomed our founders with a prayer service, during which Little […]