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Gardens Monthly Tribune: May, 2021

Spring is in the air. We are all excited that Spring is finally here and soon we will be able to plant flowers, spruce up the grounds and enjoy some outdoor activities. Time will tell if our peat pot seed starters make it in the ground! May is a very...
What an exciting start to the year we have had. So many changes and opportunities have come our way. We are thrilled about the regulatory changes that have allowed us to safely move to in-room visits and as well as more open flexible scheduling. Looking forward, we are enthusiastic about...
Residents Anne McDill 5/5 Richard McKibben 5/5 Billy Strong 5/12 Staff Sadie Mauer Activities/AL 5/10 Marilyn Roundtree AL 5/11 Amanda Loesche Business office 5/14 Nana Obeng AL 5/14 Carson Smith Dietary aide/Cook 5/16 Nate Keiper Dietary 5/21 Nick Honken Cook 5/22 Mitch Huff AL 5/24
Avery Smith C NA 5/6/20 1 year Clayton Scott Dietary aide 5/21/20 1 year Ashley Hasley AL 5/24/18 3 years Lucas Kasper Dietary aide 5/24/18 3 years Maddie Prull C N A 5/27/20 1 year
Sadie has been interning at the Gardens since January and is finally finished. She has accepted a dual role as the Assisted Living Director & Assistant and Memory Care Activity Assistant. Sadie will graduate this month from University of Northern Iowa with a bachelor’s degree in Long Term Care Administration....
Let’s talk birds and flower’s this month! First and foremost, plant red flowers to keep pests away. Clematises are a beautiful climbing perennial vine with a wide range of colors. Don’t forget to plant herbs with delicate aromas they are great to have around for cooking. Now on to the...
John Powers
Rosella was born on February 11th, 1936 in Lansing, Iowa. She moved to Cedar Rapids in 1954. She was married to Richard Netolicky on December 30th, 1966. Rosella and Richard had three boys, Doug, Dave, and Daniel. Rosella likes to do anything she is able to do. Rosella moved to...
We need volunteers! If you are interested in volunteering here at The Gardens please reach out to agerlach@thegardenscr.com, we have missed all of our volunteers in the building over the past year and are ready to see you all soon!
It is so nice to see family and friends visiting, we are happy to have families visit more frequently. If your loved one is at an activity when you arrive, we will be happy to assist them if needed, to get back to their room. For safety reasons we are...
With the change of weather, it is a good time to go through your loved one’s closet. Please remember to mark all clothing when bringing in new items. It’s also a good idea to check older items as well as some markings can fade.
Starting the first week of May we will be helping volunteer for the Freedom Festival. After our afternoon activity we can gather and work together to get 2,000 buttons completed!
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