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January 2022 Newsletter
Regency Residents, Families, and Friends!

Regency Retirement wants to say thank you for the great Thanksgiving. We were blessed to share it with you and your loved ones. The smiles and memories made that day were priceless. We continue to do our best to keep your loved ones entertained and active with exercise, music, activities, church and projects. They bring such joy to our staff and we encourage families to continue to visit. 


We had a blast with Holiday Mart on December 10th where our residents were allowed to shop for free from all the donations / goodies that were bought. We thank everyone who graciously made that event possible. 


We are looking forward to our Christmas Dinner with our residents on December 16th. We will be rejoicing in the true meaning of Christmas and are blessed to have your loved ones be a reason for that! 


As 2022 approaches, we are excited as to what the new year will bring. We are thrilled to have new families and neighbors to share our daily adventures with. 


We want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Everyone please have safe travels!

Carol Wright,
Executive Director
What's New
“Walking to the Grand Ole Opry” Kickoff!

January 3, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. in the Cafe

What better way to kick off the new year than with new fitness goals? Julie Maxwell from MCHH will tell us about an exciting way to make the right choices day by day that you won’t want to miss! Come check it out!

Tacky Tuesday

January 4th - ALL DAY at Regency!

The week of January 2nd through the 8th is known as “Someday We’ll Laugh About This” week. In honor of this very “interesting” holiday we’ll be dressing up as tacky as possible on January 4th for Tacky Tuesday! The point of this week is to begin the year off with laughter as we look forward. Let’s have fun with it!

ZUMBA with Danielle

January 11th and 25th at 10:00 a.m. in the Front Lobby

Come join us for a lively and exciting chair dancing exercise that is so much fun it doesn’t even feel like a work out! Get together with your friends and don’t worry about getting every move right. The point is that we’re moving and having a great time doing it! There are always lots of smiles and laughter, and the only thing missing is you!

“Coffee and Talk” Dementia Support Group

January 17, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. in the Library

Our Community Liaison, Angie Arrington, and Julie Maxwell from Medical Center Home Health, will be sitting down with residents and family members to discuss concerns about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. They will also answer questions, go over information, and be available to listen.

Shopping Day

January 18, 2022 - leaving at 12:30

Get your lists ready! We’re heading out to Target and the Dollar Tree so that you can have a chance to pick up some of the things you may need or want. However, if you want to just window shop or get out on the town with us, feel free to jump on the bus and let’s go have a great time!

The Great Pretenders

January 25, 2022 at 2:00 in the Front Lobby

This will be a variety show of many of your favorites and you can be a part of it, staff and residents alike! There will be a sign-up sheet for anyone wishing to participate on the checkerboard table by Aprille’s office. You can lip sync, dance, perform your own music, sing, etc. Show us how talented you are!

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What We've Been Up To
Sending Christmas Cheer Overseas…
Over the past few weeks our residents have been making Christmas cards to be sent overseas to our military servicemen. It meant so much to our residents to do something that could bring Christmas cheer to someone across the world!
Annual Family Thanksgiving Dinner
We had a huge turnout for our annual family Thanksgiving dinner, and everything was amazing! Our dietary staff outdid themselves, and we certainly appreciate all their hard work. Special thanks to our Dietary Director, Shywanna Gray. It was wonderful to see families getting together, hearing laughter, seeing all of the smiles and remembering what the holiday is all about. We were also thrilled to have Dr. Bob Agee in attendance, who offered up a blessing over the food. Truly, what a blessed evening it was. We have so much to be grateful for!
We are so excited to have our Zumba class back up for our entire Regency community! Both our assisted living residents and memory care residents love to get involved in moving and grooving to the music, and even the staff try to jump in! We have this class twice a month, and if you haven’t tried it out yet we would love to add another chair for you!
Regency’s Annual Holiday Mart
We had a wonderful time at our huge Christmas shopping extravaganza here at Regency this past month! The front lobby and conference room in Assisted Living as well as the commons room in Memory Care were all filled with donations from so many generous people, businesses, churches, and more. It was exciting to see all of the happy faces! Residents were able to pick as many items as they would like, whether for themselves or for gifts, all free of charge. All of our staff came together and helped get everything sorted and set up, as well as helped the residents navigate the Holiday Mart. We would like to extend a HUGE shoutout to our volunteer, Wanda Reams, for all of her hard work with this event!
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Community Story
Carolyn Gaffney
Ms. Carolyn Gaffney was born in Bolivar, TN in 1932. She married Joe Bernard Gaffney, III, better known as Jo-Jo. They had two children, a son and a daughter, and have four grandgirls. Ms. Carolyn worked in a bank. As well as loving to sew and work in the yard, she loved to paint - not portraits, but rooms.
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