Activities

A Pandemic Poem

Resident Larry Conrad put his free time to good use by writing a poem about these strange days. Living in the COVID-19 Pandemic  I woke up as usual to face a new day And looked out the window, the sky was all gray. The street was so empty, no one was about Only the squirrels…

Lee Greenwood’s Song

God Bless The USA Memorial Weekend is here. A song has been going through my head and now it will be in yours too. The correct title is ‘God Bless the USA’ by Lee Greenwood. Read the lyrics and sing it if you want. But read the words and pray for our country. Because… If…

Sudoku

Good Morning friends and welcome to our Thursday edition of Sudoku. Do you have any of these traits of great Sudoku players? 1) A meticulous and methodical thinking process.  2) The ability to handle pressure.  3) Unbreakable concentration and focus???   Whoaaaaa….Clean Up for me on Aisle 3!  Alrighty then, here is our Thursday MEDIUM…

Special Events Presents: 2020-21 !

The new season of Special Events shows has been finalized.  Wait no longer, here is what you’ll be seeing this year! The dates are as follows for Special Events: *November 8  –  The Atlantic City Boys.  Only the very shy will not find themselves in the aisle.  This is an audience-friendly group and guaranteed to…

My Word! May 11

OCTONARYOck-toe-nary Adjective: relating to or based around the number eight. Groups of eight or something made up of eight parts. From the Latin octonarius (something containing eight) Two octonary verses do not necessarily make a sonnet.