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April 2021 Newsletter
Hello Residents,
Spring has arrived, and Regency is so excited that we have officially started reconnecting families. The smiles, joy, and love are ever present, and we couldn’t be happier. We are finally seeing the rainbow after the storm, and things are looking so much brighter. We have enjoyed seeing families again, as well as meeting new ones.

We are beginning to schedule many activities that were put on hold due to the pandemic, and many giving hearts are happy to volunteer and begin sharing in the day-to-day joys of your loved one(s). We understand the healing and fulfillment that communication and the human touch can bring. We begin these new adventures, keeping in mind, the safety of your loved one(s) always comes first.

We value each and every resident and their families, and without you, we couldn’t have persevered through the last year. Aprille, our Activities Director, welcomes any new ideas as well as any new volunteers who want to share in our experiences. Feel free to give her a call 731-661-9888.

We are blessed to have each here making up our wonderful community! We love you!
Carol Wright,
Executive Director
What's New
Thank You Volunteers
Wow! This has been an exciting time at Regency! It has been such a pleasure to welcome back family members and friends for visits, as well as volunteers! We are excited to announce that Mr. Bob Agee will be with us on April 4th, Easter Sunday, bringing the word for our church service. We are also glad to have Ms. Wanda Reams back with us, as well as many other volunteers. We are thankful to have so many wonderful volunteers who give their gifts and time to serve our residents.

We also have a very exciting event coming up on Friday, April 2nd—our Spring Fling Senior Prom! We are going to dress to the nines, dance and sing, visit, eat, and have a wonderful time together!
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Carl Reasons
Mr. Carl Reasons is originally from Crockett County. He was married to Reba Carnal, and attended Emmanuel Baptist Church in Humboldt. Carl and Reba had two children together, Jeffrey and Angela, as well as two grandchildren, Daniel and Steven. Mr. Carl worked in sales, retiring as a beauty supply salesman.
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Though April Fools pranks are an old tradition in American and European cultures, no one really knows the exact origins of this trickster’s holiday. Some historians link these traditions to ancient European festivals in which people dressed in costumes to fool each other, and as the holiday spread across Europe and into the Americas, these practical jokes soon became a popular rite of spring. The pranks got more involved over the years, and here are a few of the best April Fools hoaxes history has to offer.
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