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The Cooperative Extension Service of Henry County, Kentucky
FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCES

SECONDWIND DREAMS
Dream #185 James received a subscription to
Field & Stream Magazine
and a leather wallet

SECONDWIND DREAMS

Many of you know about the Second Wind Dreams program that grants dreams of residents of nursing homes!

We have completed OVER 383 dreams!  Thanks!

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Second Wind Dreams Project

If you haven't heard about Second Wind Dreams there is a national organization website that will explain.  http://www.secondwind.org/  Second Wind Dreams Video

MORE DREAMS!

163. Edith made 7 more Dining Scarves for the residents at Twin Oaks.

164. Record Player purchased by committee for use at Providence New Castle (previously known as Homestead) (special thanks to Margaret Hayden for ordering and picking it up!)

165. Mattie received a CD player and cd’s

166. Raymond got his sweatpants and t-shirts

167. Nadine received a bedspread

168. Louis got stationary and greeting cards thanks to Sue Barnett

169. Russell received 2 pair of elastic waist pants/pj’s from the committee

170. Janice received an Elvis DVD with 4 movies and an Elvis CD from the committee

SECONDWIND DREAMS
Dream #166, Raymond

171. Jessie received 4 Frank Sinatra CD’s from the committee

172. Paul received an MP3 player from the committee

173. 60 mini Blizzards were delivered to Providence New Castle (previously known as Homestead) for afternoon refreshments as they had Newspaper Reading! From the committee

174. Robin-trip to Michael’s for beads ($40) the committee bought her a gift certificate for Michael’s which was picked up by Crystal so that Robin could go with a family member and pick out the beads she wanted!

175. Crystal bought some nice fall door décor that will be kept for years to personalize residents doors and other areas from the committee

176. Naomi received her Japanese Cherry Blossom lotion, body wash and spray! Thanks to Shirley Sills for paying for and to Crystal’s daughter for picking up!

177. The Veteran’s Wall: we ordered a plaque and Maryellen donated a flag and case and so far have three names up

178. Stella received the nail polish, polish remover and block style nail file thanks to Saundra Smith and Carol Bryner.

179. Wanda received the clothes that she wanted: 2 pairs of pants; 2 short sleeve shirts and a light weight jacket from the committee and 4 shirts from Maryellen. Hopewell Baptist Church provided a shirt.

180. We purchased all of the items on the list for our 4 people in the Be a Santa to a Senior Program. 3 were from home health and one from Twin Oaks.

181. Ruth Martin provided a talking watch for a resident with visual problems.

182. Carol Bryner arranged for Jim to have another 6 months of the Courier Journal (paid for by the committee)

183. Edith finished 7 more dining vests

184. Cat received 2 DVD’s of Bonanza

SECONDWIND DREAMS
Dream #184, Cat

SECONDWIND DREAMS
Dream #185, James

SECONDWIND DREAMS
Dream #187, Bea

185. James received a leather wallet and a 3 year subscription to the Field and Stream magazine

186. Dorothy received two pair of pants, two shirts and a light jacket

187. Bea received 2 Oak Ridge Boys cd’s

188. Sue received a housecoat and a duster

189. Mary received a housecoat and a duster

190. Vivian received two pair of pants, two shirts and a light jacket

191. Pat received sweatpants and t-shirts and some Mountain Dew

192. A VCR/DVD was provided for the South Lobby activities

193. $40 of Easter Candy was purchased for their Annual Easter Egg Hunt

194. Fleece bought for to make two quilts for the Linus Project so that residents at Providence New Castle (previously known as Homestead) and Twin Oaks could make them

195. Edith made 5 more Dinning Vests

196. Ann received a perm & PJ’s

197. Francis received shirts

198. Bea-received an Art Kit

199. Henrietta-received Dusters

200. Elvis performed his magic for the residents (April 5, 2013)

ELVIS IS IN THE BUILDING, second Wind Dream #200

Dream #200
ELVIS IS IN THE BUILDING

ELVIS IS IN THE BUILDING

 

ELVIS IS IN THE BUILDING, second Wind Dream #200

201. Sadie-Socks/Slipper socks and Markers

202. Phillip-UK Artwork

203. Rosa-Socks& gown

204. 4 nightgowns for Edith to work her magic on! We purchase nice nightgowns and Edith cuts and finishes them up the back so the ladies have the ease of a hospital gown but the beauty of a regular gown!

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Maryellen Garrison

Henry County Extension Agent
For Family and Consumer Sciences


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