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November 2021 Newsletter
Hello Residents, Family, and Friends!
It’s hard to believe we are already approaching Thanksgiving 2021! We are so excited to be fortunate enough to share such a wonderful holiday with you and your families. We are grateful that we endured some trying times; we couldn’t have done without all of you! We are looking forward to having our annual Thanksgiving Dinner, sharing what this time of year and season represents!

We want to pay a special welcome to all our new residents and their families; we look forward to making great friends and unforgettable memories.

We encourage all residents and families to share any new ideas for activities or events. We were so excited to have our first bus outing this past month, with many more to come.

Please note that we will need families to RSVP for the upcoming holiday meals so we can be prepared for the number of visitors that will attend. Please contact our office and speak with our staff. As families gather for the holidays, we wish everyone safe travels and blessings all around.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Carol Wright,
Executive Director
What's New
November 18th — Thanksgiving Dinner
We are very excited about seeing everyone at our annual Thanksgiving Dinner, coming up on Thursday, November 18th from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Please be sure to RSVP by November 12th for this wonderful family event. As always, we have so much to be thankful and grateful for; time with you and your loved ones is one of the top items on the list! God bless!
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What We've Been Up To
Our residents started up a couple of new activities this October.

Several of our ladies either know how to crochet or would like to learn, so we began "The Crochet Club." We meet on Fridays after lunch at 12:30 pm, and are working to make hats to send to either St. Jude, LeBonheur, or to our local NICU at JMCGH. Our ladies are very excited about this endeavor. If you would like to help out by donating yarn for these hats, please contact Aprille Roberts, Activities Director at Regency, to find out what type of supplies are currently needed.

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Resident Spotlight
Community Story
Fay Edwards
Ms. Fay Edwards is from Ava, Missouri. She grew up on a farm where they grew alfalfa and corn, as well as many other garden vegetables. She moved to Tennessee a year and a half ago with her son and daughter-in-law, then moved to Regency. Ms. Fay was raised in the Baptist Church, but joined the Methodist Church after she married.
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A History of Veterans Day— Honoring Those Who Have Served
November 11th is a special day. It’s a special day for those who have proudly served our country. It’s a special day for their families. We seek to honor all our veterans and their spouses and families this year, and thank them sincerely for their proud service and the difference they’ve made for each of us. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you.
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