Lila Rider: Oak Creek/Phippsburg news for June 27
June 27, 2010
Steamboat Springs — Frances Wither had visits from her children this week. They regularly come in to see her here at the Doak Walker Care Center. The same is true for Geraldine Hinkle, who has had visits from her family almost every day.
Carol Rickman's family has been coming in to see her, and Bettie Pierce's family and friends were in to visit with her this week, as well.
Phyllis Burrowes' daughter Joanne and her son Wayne have come in about every day to see her.
Clarice Reid has had family in to visit with her, and Phyllis Fulton's son and daughter-in-law were in Wednesday to spend time with her.
Giselle Miller came in to visit Lila Rider this week, and Deacon John and his wife also have been in visiting recently.
Barbara MacMillan's daughter comes in about every day to see her, and Barbara Shively's son and daughter-in-law have been regular guests.
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Juanita Davis' family has been coming in recently, including her son and other family members. They also were going to Music on the Green at Yampa River Botanic Park.
Grace Dubendorf's son and daughter-in-law have been in to see her, along with a grandson and his family.
Mollie Mahoney's daughter comes in about every morning on the way to work.
Darlene Cantrell's daughter and grandson come in regularly to visit with her, and Anne Wichern and her sister have their nephews in to see them on a regular basis.
Bingo and bridge
We appreciate all the donations for our weekly bingo games, and we still can use volunteers during the Tuesday morning games. They're held at 10 a.m. at the Doak.
We're also looking for any more donations of jewelry as prizes for the games.
Our bridge club also has been very active, and they've been playing up a storm every week.
Joke of the week
A guy told his wife he's going fishing in the morning, and she says fine. In the morning, he gets up, gets all his gear together and gets ready to go, but when he opens the door, it's storming, with rain and lightning everywhere. He turns around, gets undressed and gets back in bed.
"Wow, it's really storming out there," he says.
His wife, without turning over, replies, "I know, and my dumb husband is out there fishing."