monthly activity night for the residents Debbie, Donna Kay, Wanda, Mike, Michael, Scott, and Home Coordinators Carol, Halleck, and Barry of Jacob's Village
was Tuesday November 13, 2007.
arrived at Jacob's Village
about 6:15pm that evening with grand-daughter Lindsey for a special Thanksgiving visit.Another guest of Ann's
on this special night was Ann Moore, with a guitar case in hand.
...Ann Coy, a VIP of Jacobs Village, has two granddaughters, Amy and Lindsey currently attending St. Joseph's School.
Both Amy and Lindsey are frequent guests of Jacob's Village
accompanying their grandmother Ann
from time to time.The older of the two, Amy who is in the 8th Grade, was with her
class on this day for their field-trip; and not unlike any other time, Amy was a big help, as was all the students, organizing the activities for their class and the residents on this day.
Tuesday evening, September 25, 2007, Ann Coy's
activity for the month was a basket of 9 fruit items that consisted of: Plum, Pear, Apple
, Peach, Lemon, Grapes, Orange, Banana, and a Pineapple.Fruits of the Spirit in Galations, Chapter 5: versus 22-23, we read that when the Holy Spirit controls our lives, He
will produce these fruits in us:
Before snacks of Fruit to end the evening, Ann's
two grand-daughter's Amy and Lindsey had choreographed a Ballet to the narration story of â€˜The Creation'.
Michael's sister Sally Davis, Jim and Ann Coy
, Andy and Charmie Guagenti, and Dan and Karen Grunow with their son Jacob
were the ones who braved the heat to partake in the picnic.
Included with all the other deserts that were prepared, Ann Coy
brought a watermelon, Charmie Guagenti brought a caramel popcorn mix, and Scott's mother, Sally, baked a chocolate sheet cake, half with nuts, upon Scott's request; sometimes you feel like a nut, and sometimes you don't.
Movie Time with Ann Coy
Saturday afternoon, June 30, 2007, for Ann Coy's
monthly activity time, Ann
treated the residents of Jacob's Village
to a day at the movies.She
wanted them to meet her
at Showplace East in Evansville, IN. around 3:00pm.Ann
figured that about a half-n-hour before the show started would allow everyone enough time to snap a couple group photos, grab some popcorn, drinks, and locate their seats.The movie she
had tickets for, courtesy of an anonymous donor, were for the 3:30pm showing of â€˜Evan Almighty'.That particular time usually works out best for the residents because Mike doesn't get off from work until 2:00pm.Ann
always wants to have all the residents to be included, but on this day, there were two missing.
They arrived at Showplace East and were greeted by Ann
waiting in the lobby.
Upcoming attractions were viewed, popcorn and drinks were being consumed and Ann
had a bonus for the bunch; a small zip-lock bag full of goodies for each resident. â€˜Evan Almighty' was a feel-good, Disney
, current day Noah and the Ark story with many Biblical references scattered throughout the movie.For instance, Ark was an acronym for an Act of Random Kindness.A lot of them were entwined and well written into the script that was easily overlooked, but it was a comedy and everyone laughed out loud a time or two.A good time was had by all and the Jacob's Village
bunch sends a big heart thank you to Ann
for a delightful Saturday afternoon at the movies.