• Sunrise Volunteers - March 4, 2015

     The Red Hat Society of Sunrise Manor Nursing Home – a group of residents who raise funds for diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease – held a Valentine’s Day indoor yard sale Feb. 13 at the nursing home.

    The president of the Red Hat Society said the proceeds went to the heart disease foundation. Items were donated by Sunrise employees and volunteers.

    Sunrise Volunteers assisted in set-up and sales.

  • Sunrise sweethearts enjoy luncheon

    Six couples at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home celebrated Valentine’s Day with a Sweetheart Luncheon hosted by the Quality of Life and Medical Records Department. The nursing home’s chapel was transformed into a cozy restaurant decorated in pink and red, Hershey kisses, hearts, fluted glasses and a rose for the ladies. The menu was pork tenderloin, hash brown casserole, green beans, macaroni and cheese, dinner roll and fancy cheesecake. The elders reminisced about their first dates or how they met.

  • Fundrai$ers

     RELAY FOR LIFE: Adopt-A-Pig

    Living Strong’s Adopt-A-Pig Project is going on through April 25. Adopt a plastic pig and enter a variety of contests to support Relay. For more information, call Kathy Ross at 270-234-3309.

    RELAY FOR LIFE: Famous Recipe Night

    The Living Strong team will have Relay for Life Day at Lee’s Famous Recipe, 11 a.m. to closing Feb. 17.

    RELAY FOR LIFE: Gatti’s

  • Sunrise Volunteers

    The Red Hat Society of Sunrise Manor, a group of residents who raise funds for diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease, are having an indoor yard sale beginning at 9 a.m. Feb. 13.

    LaDorothy Hutchinson, resident president of the Red Hat Society, said the proceeds will go toward cancer research. Items for sale will be donated by employees and volunteers.

    Sunrise Volunteers also will assist in set-up and sales.

  • Sunrise Superbowl brings fun to residents

    The third annual Sunrise Manor Flag Football Superbowl is one for the record books. The past two years, the first floor neighborhoods have dominated in the Superbowl being the champions. The South Fork Raiders were hoping to change that this year.

  • Junior Bowen named a Sunrise Hall of Fame member

    Junior Bowen came to Sunrise Manor Nursing Home as a volunteer in 2000 when his mother became a resident. Even though his mother passed away, he has continued to come to the nursing home daily to visit with residents.

    Junior has developed a wonderful relationship with residents, staff and volunteers over the years. Some residents respond better to Junior than they do to anyone else – and truly miss him when he is not there.

    His 14 years and 15,000 hours of volunteering is another example of the many dedicated volunteers here at Sunrise Manor.

  • Kentucky Soybean Board chooses officers

    Members of the Kentucky Soybean Association elected officers for 2015 during the board meeting held in Bowling Green on Jan. 15.

    Mike Burchett of Calloway County was elected president. A grower of soybeans, corn and wheat, he has been on the association’s board since 2007 and has been active in the legislative affairs of KSA, serving as chairman of the legislative committee for several years.

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