Senior Community and Memory Care Neighborhood in Lexington, Kentucky (KY)

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From Your Pastor's Desk

Justin Linseisen, Director of Pastoral Care

 

Justin Linseisen, Director of Pastoral Care

Merry Christmas!

 

Someone told me a while back that the years keep getting shorter and shorter. Boy howdy, isn’t that the truth? The year has flown by far to quickly, and now we are full from thanksgiving and heading into the Christmas season. My hope for you and me this Christmas season is that we will enjoy each and every moment. I hope that you will savor time with friends, family, neighbors, and loved ones. My prayer is that we can discover again the beauty and the wonder of Christmas – the beauty and wonder that there is a God who sent the greatest gift to mankind – His Son, Jesus – to offer hope, love, joy, and peace!

 

This December we will be collecting donations for the Lexington Rescue Mission. There will be a collection box near the mailboxes in the big house for those donations. What the mission is in need of right now are as followed: gloves, men’s & woman’s underwear, socks, deodorant, razors, and winter coats (no other clothes are accepted). Other hygiene donations and new or gently used coats can be collected as well. If you have any questions please let me know. Thank you for caring and loving for those at Lexington Rescue Mission. You’re making an impact in peoples lives!  

 

I want to be sure and invite you this Advent season to services at Heritage Church. We meet each Sunday at 10am in the dining room at Liberty Ridge. If you do not attend a Christmas Eve service anywhere, I hope you  will join my family and me at Eastland’s Christmas Eve candlelight service at 6pm. I will be driving the Liberty Ridge bus to Eastland for anyone who would like to attend. Let me know, and I will come pick you up.

 

From my family to you, Merry Christmas and may God bless you in this wonderful season!

 

Pastor Justin

 

January Birthdays

Janet Dilts…January 9th

 

Eval Lynn Sowards…January 13th

 

Richard Kissman…January 20th

 

Nancy Cosby…January 21st

 

Rosemary Graves…January 23rd

 

Chuck White…January 25th

 

Marilyn Crankshaw…January 29th

 

Iva Preece…January 31st

 

Geraldine Roe…January 31st
                   

 

January Entertainment

 

Studio Players “Look, No Hands” – January 16th @ 7:00 pm

 

 

January Outings

 

Theatre Outing “Little Women” – January 2nd @ 12:25 pm

 

Hamburg Shopping – January 3rd @ 10:40 am

 

Kroger Shopping – January 7th @ 2:15 pm

 

Romeo Breakfast at First Watch – January 9th @ 8:30 am

 

Juliet’s Lunch at Josies – January 9th @ 11:15 am

 

Walmart Shopping – January 14th @ 2:15 pm

 

Bank & Post Office – January 17th @ 10:40 am

 

Trip to “World Market” – January 20th @ 1:45 pm

 

Dinner at Marikka’s – January 27th @ 4:15 pm

 

Walmart Shopping – January 28th @ 2:15 pm

 

 

 

 

January Dates to Remember

 

Fitness with Brandon (LifeLine Home Health) – January 13th @ 10:00 am

 

KentickyOne Health Talk “Hydration” – January 13th @ 10:00 am

 

Communion Service – January 15th @ 2:00 pm

 

Catholic Service – January 15th @ 4:00 pm

 

“Winter Bash” – January 16th @ 2:30 pm

 

Studio Players “Look, No Hands” – January 16th @ 7:00 pm

 

Fitness with Brandon (LifeLine Home Health) – January 20th @ 10:00 am

 

Millie’s Music – January 23rd @ 2:30 pm

 

Funny Money Auction – January 27th @ 2:30 pm

 

Dulcimer Group – January 28th @ 10:30 am

 

Catholic Service – January 29th @ 4:00 pm

 

Cocoa Bar with Ralph Curtis – January 30th @ 2:30 pm

 

 

From The Community Director

Terri Schneider, Community Director
Terri Schneider, Resident Care Coordinator

 

Season’s Greetings! We are in the midst of another holiday season! I would like to share a little poem with you that touched my heart, and I hope you will enjoy as well.

 

THE TRUE SPIRIT OF CHRISTMAS
“Until one feels the spirit of Christmas, there is no Christmas.
All else is outward display-so much tinsel and decorations.
For it isn’t the holly, it isn’t the snow. It isn’t the tree, not the firelight’s glow.
It’s the warmth that comes to the hearts of men when the Christmas spirit returns again.”
–Anonymous

 

Please join us for all of our holiday events and activities this month. On behalf of all members of the Liberty Ridge team, I can tell you we are grateful to have the opportunity to celebrate with all of you and your families, during this time of fellowship, giving, and kindness, to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

 

Also…as the holidays approach, please kindly remember we once again offer you the opportunity to donate to the Employee Gift Fund. We ask residents, guests and families that wish to thank our staff for all their hard work throughout the year, to make a donation to our Employee Gift Fund. Please call the office if you have any questions.

 

With gratefulness,

 

Terri

Welcome our New Residents

 

 

Welcome our New Resident –  Robert Carter, Jr.

 

Robert Carter, Jr.— Robert Carter, Jr. was born the only son and the youngest of three children, on a tobacco farm in Garrard County. Fresh out of High School, Robert joined the Marines and served in WWII. After his return from the service, he went on a blind date and met his future bride, Margaret May.

 

Robert graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Agriculture. For 27 years, Robert worked for the State Highway Department in the Right of Way Division. During those years, he and Margaret had four children, three boys, and a girl. When Robert retired, he went back to his roots and farmed his father’s land.

 

He and Margaret have been married for 71 years and have 6 grandchildren. He enjoys walking, watching U.K. basketball and spending time with family.

 

Welcome our New Resident –  Irmgard Armes

 

Irmgard was born the youngest of three daughters, in Germany. As a young girl, she helped her father in the family-owned butcher shop. Irmgard finished high school and begin working at the post office.

 

After the war, Irmgard met and married an American Soldier. The young couple remained in Germany and had one daughter, Evelyn. Eventually, Irmgard and her husband were stationed in the U.S. at Fort Knox. The couple bought their first home in Brandenburg, Kentucky. Irmgard was a homemaker and a member of the Eastern Star. She and her Husband enjoyed bowling.

 

After retirement Irmgard and her husband traveled to Austria, Colorado and Czech Republic. Irmgard enjoyed sewing and knitting. Today, she is proudgrandmother to a grandson, whom we all know as “Officer Don”, and a granddaughter.

 

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