Mount Morris Matters
Autumn is upon us
Autumn is upon us. Are you ready for your trick or treaters? The children will probably have to wear their warm coats this year if they go out for trick or treating.
Checking out the great Halloween exhibit on the Mount Morris/Nunda Rd. (Route 408.) The Landers Family has outdone themselves this year with their annual Halloween decorations. They’re better and bigger this year. Take a ride by if you can, the kids will love it, especially at night, when its all lit up.
Thank you, Mr. and Mrs. Landers for all your hard work doing this exhibit for all to enjoy. Thanks also to everyone in Mount Morris who decorates so beautifully at Halloween.
Saint Patrick’s Church invites you to enjoy them for a pancake breakfast, following mass on November 4th at 11 a.m. at the V.F.W., 3 Elm St. in Mount Morris. Tickets will be available at all masses the weekends of Oct. 21 and Oct. 28th or the parish office. Only 225 tickets will be sold. Cost of tickets $7 per person or $20 per family of four or more.
Some news from Livingston County Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation and Garden of Life: All residents should be aware that we have strict customer service standards. The purpose of these standards is to ensure you receive the best possible care during your stay. If at anytime you are dissatisfied with your health care please let your Neighborhood Manager or Social Worker know about your concern and it will be addressed promptly. We do have a formal Grievance and Complaint process for matters that you would like addressed in a formal manner with a written response. Our goal is to meet your expectation for quality care and provide you with a pleasant experience during your stay.
Geneseo Elementary School children will be celebrating Halloween with us again. Approximately 120 students will be going around the neighborhoods to trick or treat starting around 9:45 a.m. Candy donations are welcome.
Residents Corner: Pearl who lives on Lilac Avenue, has a love for puzzles and Tiffany (a dog). Last year in the beginning of the winter season the Lilac residents started a puzzle in the main hallway to pass the time. At any given time, you could walk by and see a group of friends and Tiffany, the dog, sitting in Pearl’s lap, talking, listening to music and working on the puzzle.
Other residents found out about Pearl and the puzzles that it sparked such an interest around the different residents throughout the Center that they decided to start doing puzzles and glue them afterwards that we were all able to do a puzzle exhibit in the Atrium in May. We will be able to do another puzzle exhibit in November in the Atrium to show the new puzzles that everyone has worked so hard on.
Tiffany has become so well known and popular at the Facility it is hard for her owners (Dan and Bev) to even make up to Lilac without being stopped a few times for everyone to put Tiffany and see what outfit she has on Tiffany, Bev, and Dan have become a staple at this facility.
Happy Birthday to my son Dan, on the 21st, and to my son Kenny on the 14th and also my grandson, Vinnie III, on the 15th and many more.
Words to Ponder: To escape criticism, do nothing, say nothing and be watching.