Mount Morris Matter
Welcome to Main Street’s newest store
Welcome to Jim Carlock, owner of All Around Shop, 82 Main St., Mount Morris’s newest business owner. Stop in, check it out and wish Jim “Good Luck” in his new venture.
Story time. January 24 – February 28. Each Tuesday at the Mount Morris Library, 121 Main St., two sessions. 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Call the Library at 658-4412 to register. This is for pre-school aged children.
Mark the date: February 3, Mount Morris and York boys will play each other. They will be playing to help end cancer.
Last years event collected over $1,400 in donations. The Coaches vs. Cancer event goes from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Adults cost is $2 to get in and students cost $1. All money goes to the American Cancer Society.
Some news from Livingston County Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation and Garden of Life.
Congratulations to Jill O’Hare (Fry), L.P.N. for having served for 20 years at the facility. Also celebrating a 20 year service anniversary is Susan Edwards L.P.N.
An alcohol consumption policy has been developed in response to resident requests that we honor the option of this choice. The new policy, finalized on December 22nd gives you the option of limited alcohol consumption. The maximum daily limits are: five ounces of wine, 12 ounces of beer, and one and one half ounce of liquor.
Speak to your neighborhood manager of Social Worker if you would like to incorporate such a decision into your plan of care. Medical staff will determine any contradictions on a resident by resident basis.
Happy birthday to these Garden of Life Adult Day Health Care residents: Shirley Patizi, 16, Raymond Holbrook, 19, Kathy Mehlenbacher, 23, and Shirley George.
Mount Morris deaths: Russell S. Genco died at age 90. Survived by two children: R. David (Doris) Genco of Colorado and Patricia (James) Mann of Mount Morris. Also survived by three grandchildren, five great grandchildren and sister-in-law Joyce Tantillo.
If you have some news, an announcement or a story you would like to share, please call me at 658-3526 and I will be happy to pass it on for you via this column.
Words to Ponder: Why is it that at class reunions you feel younger than anyone else looks?