From The Desk Of The Executive Director
This spring certainly has lived up to the saying “April showers bring May flowers.” We have had the showers, now I’m waiting for those May flowers!
As we welcomed spring, it was so nice to see everyone for our first Friends & Family event of the year, our St. Patrick’s Day brunch on March 17th. What fun to see so many people having a great time! Thank you to everyone who helped to make it a special day.
Now that we’re beginning to have some warmer days here and there, it’s a great time to make use of our outdoor spaces – and watch those flowers start to spring up! When a mild day comes along, I love to see people enjoying the spring breezes under the portico and on the patio.
I also look forward to seeing you at our next event, our open house on April 13th. Rumor has it the Easter Bunny will be hopping by for photos!
News from Chef Jim’s Kitchen
Spring has begun!
Our “Think Spring” theme meal is on April 18th at the dinner hour. We’re offering several spring themed entrees, with a delightful lemon meringue pie for dessert.
Our Easter holiday meal is on Easter Sunday, April 21st, at lunch. We’re serving a traditional Easter feast with ham and all the fixings. Get in the holiday spirit early by joining us for Bakers Club on the 18th, where we’ll be dyeing Easter eggs.
This month, I’m working on our complete spring and summer menus. Of course, your favorites will continue to be featured on the menu, with exciting new spring and summer entrees on the way.
-Jim Nimas, Food and Beverage Manager
News from Activities
We have a lot to celebrate this April!
Come say hello to the kids on April 9th and April 11th. On April 9th at 6:45 pm, Brownie Troop #6729 will be visiting us to work on their “green project.” We’ll help them build cute “caterpillars” that grow grass.
On April 11th, we’re hosting our annual Easter egg hunt for the second graders from Western Salisbury Elementary School. This event is always a blast, so be sure to join us at 9:30 am.
Speaking of Easter, the Easter bunny will be hopping by for our Friends & Family open house on April 13th. Please come by for photos!
Our Lifelong Learning series continues with a lecture from the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum. This month’s topic is Pennsylvania German Lenten and Easter customs.
Finally, this month we have yet another 100th birthday, and we’re celebrating on April 8th with cake and other treats!
-Melissa Bartynski, Director of Activities