Thirty-four residents and friends enjoyed the June potluck dinner Saturday at the Pinecrest II clubroom.
The July birthday party and potluck will be combined with a dinner at noon July 14.
Tillie Bichelmeyer visited her sister Agnes Rossman Tuesday at the Richmond Care Home where she is recuperating after breaking her pelvic bone. She hopes to go home in a month.
Gertrude Coon attended the Hallmark retirees' luncheon Wednesday in Lawrence.
She went to a cook out Sunday at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Steve and Sue Coon, to celebrate their 34th wedding anniversary.
Mike and Eileen Burns and their three daughters, all of Garnett, spent Tuesday afternoon with their grandmother, Olive Clark.
Gina Thompkins of Lone Jack, Mo., visited her mother, Clarice Morriss, Tuesday afternoon and took her out for dinner.
Clarice Morriss called on Elfrieda Westerhouse Sunday afternoon at the Eudora Nursing Center.
Tillie Bichelmeyer visited Pearl Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Thell Dean Thursday at the Eudora Nursing Center.
Gertrude Coon had lunch Friday with her friends Aletha Beckman and Onos Ualtho.
Sunday evening I drove to where my daughter and son-in-law Sharon and LaVerne Musick are building their new home. Others enjoying a watermelon feed were Eugene and Shirley Crawshaw of Lawrence and Robert and Anita Musick and their children, Dennis and Tiffany.
My sister Edna Holmes visited me Friday afternoon.
Lorie Corbin returned home Sunday after spending a week at the home of her brother and sister-in-law Lou and Ruth Piper in Chatham, Ill. While she was there they took a bus tour to Beloit, Wis., to an angel museum where they had 12,000 angels on display.