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December 2021 Newsletter
 
 
Regency Residents, Families, and Friends!
 
2021 is coming to a close, and although we have faced some unprecedented challenges, we faced them together, and still made some joyful memories.

Regency staff wants to close out this year expressing our heartfelt gratitude to all of you for believing in us even through the challenges. We have grown stronger together, and we look forward to celebrating the Christmas holiday with everyone.

We will have our annual Christmas dinner this year, and we are looking forward to sharing in the love and spirit that comes with this special holiday. As we close out 2021, we are very optimistic and excited as to what 2022 will bring— new adventures, new neighbors, and memories to be made.

We love each and every one of you, and may we all rejoice in love for the true meaning of Christmas. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season and Happy New Year!
 
Carol Wright,
Executive Director
 
 
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What's New
 
Santa & Ms. Claus are coming!
 
We are coming into the season where so many exciting things are coming up...family gatherings, seeing old friends, and just spending time with the ones who matter most. We just enjoyed our wonderful Thanksgiving meal here at Regency, and are looking forward to many more exciting times in the month of December, including a visit from Santa and Ms. Claus on December 21st at 2:00!
 
 
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What We've Been Up To
 
 
Flag Folding Ceremony
 
 
We celebrated our Veterans this year with a special flag folding ceremony performed by American Legion Post 77. They walked in the lobby to the playing of taps, and unfolded the flag, then the Pledge of Allegiance was recited, we prayed, and the national anthem was sung.
 
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Community Story
 
Brandy Lovell
 
One of our newest residents here at Regency is Miss Brandy Lovell. Ever since Brandy walked through the doors, she has been a vivacious burst of energy and a bright ray of sunshine with her infectious smile.
 
 
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FROM THE BLOG
 
 
The History of the Christmas Tree
 
The Christmas tree has become such an integral part of the way we celebrate this important holiday. Whether you prefer a live or artificial tree, white or colored twinkle lights, glass ornaments, or handmade, you probably have traditionally put up and decorated a tree with your family and loved ones in the days leading up to December 25th.
 
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