Page 2 Hill Street Place Happenings
Many fun activities are planned during the month of July that you wont want to miss! Tuesday, July 3rd will be
the Tenant meeting...please plan to attend.
On July 4th, musical
entertainment will be provided by DOS Off Beats.
Our Open 500 Card
Party will be on Friday, July 6th. Make sure to invite your friends!
Our monthly Birthday
Celebration will be on Monday, July 9th.
On Friday, July 13th, we
will be taking a trip to Greenwood Nursery. We will have fun potting our own succulents to take home. Please sign up in the office if you would like to attend this fun class!
Our monthly supper will
be on Monday, July 16th. Watch the bulletin board for more details!
Our July Chautauqua
speaker will be here on Friday, July 20th from Southwest Center for Independent Living.
by Carolyn Bayerkohler will be on Monday, July 25th.
July 26th we will be
going on a lunch outing to Trails Edge in Currie sign up on the bulletin board if you would like to go with.
Coloring Fun with
daycare kids on Monday, June 30th.
Stars and Stripes Week at
Hill Street Place July 2nd - 6th
Monday, July 2nd Join us for afternoon coffee and refreshing patriotic fruit parfaits at
2:30pm. Make sure to add your guess for the number of candies in the Sweet Land of Liberty candy jar located on the table by the clock. The top three people to guess the closest will win a prize! Guessing will end July 5th at 4:00pm. Winners will be announced during 9:00am morning
coffee on Friday, July 6th. Good luck!
Tuesday, July 3rd Wear red, white, and blue today. Also, join us for morning coffee and a
fun star spangled crossword!
Wednesday, July 4th Office is closed today. Happy 4th of July!
Thursday, July 5th
Join us for morning coffee in the dining room and patriotic trivia!
Friday, July 6th Winners of the Sweet Land of Liberty candy jar guessing game will be
announced during morning coffee today!
Notices & Events
I Love to see Summer Beaming Forth
John Clare I love to see the summer beaming forth
And white wool sack clouds sailing to the north
I love to see the wild flowers come again
And mare blobs stain with gold the meadow drain
And water lilies whiten on the floods
Where reed clumps rustle like a wind shook wood
Where from her hiding place the Moor Hen pushes
And seeks her flag nest floating in bull rushes
I like the willow leaning half way oer
The clear deep lake to stand upon its shore
I love the hay grass when the flower head swings
To summer winds and insects happy wings
That sport about the meadow the bright day
And see bright beetles in the clear lake play