Please enjoy these pictures from our Veteran’s Day celebration, celebrating Halloween and wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving.
Saturday, August 3rd 11A.M. – 2 P.M.
Eden Heights of West Seneca
3030 Clinton Street, West Seneca, NY 14224
Come join us for a community cook out. All proceeds from the day will go to the Alzheimer’s association. We will have a lunch of hotdogs, chips, cookie, and a choice of drink. The cost of each meal will be $5.00. We will also be doing a 50/50 and a Chinese Auction. We look forward to seeing you then!
Please R.S.V.P. to Kathleen at (716)822-4466
Our residents went for a boat ride on Excalibur Monday on the Outer Harbor, Buffalo River, and just beyond the break wall onto Lake Erie. It was a perfect day with calm winds and water and sunny skies with temps in the low 80’s. The residents had a wonderful time and we are planning on going again August 15th! Contact Kathleen at 716-822-4466 if you would like to join us. Cost is $10.00 per person. Here are some pictures for your enjoyment.
Last week 11 ducklings appeared with their mom in our center courtyard. The poor things kept circling the inner perimeter of the building looking for a way out. She must have flown in before laying her eggs. Long story short we knew we had to get her out of there because we have a resident Cooper’s Hawk who has been hunting our smaller birds (and succeeding, killing two cardinals that we know of). So Sue, our resourceful dietary staff member, called the SPCA and was given the wildlife division. They explained to her how to use blankets to make a “wall” so the ducks wouldn’t be scared and to lead them through the building to the outdoors. With the help of the Activities Director, Kathleen, they proceeded to do just that. It was very interesting and exciting. As soon as they were all outside mom led then right to the marshland adjacent to our property. Below is a picture of the happy family in the courtyard and Sue encouraging momma in. The ducklings are already inside with Kathleen. Success!
Spring is definitely in the air in West Seneca. After a long, cold, and windy winter our residents were chomping at the bit to get out and stretch their legs. Our first bus trip of the year was to the History Museum to see the cherry blossoms and then for a drive through Forest Lawn Cemetery where we visited Millard Fillmore’s grave and did a grand tour. That place is so amazing! We saw tombstones from the late 18th century! And it is so picturesque. The deer obviously love the serenity there as we saw about eight of them (and this is right in the city). Here are just a few pictures.
I’ll try to get more pictures on our next adventure. Enjoy!
Here are a few pics showing our residents gearing up for Spring. First, one of the ways we celebrated St. Patrick’s Day was by making Shamrock Shakes. They were a huge hit as you can see. Then we constructed and painted butterfly and bird houses to hang in the trees around the property. We have some pretty talented folks. Up next: Easter door hangers, egg coloring, planting container flowers, and a bus trip to view our flowering cherry trees at the Museum of Buffalo. In May, a trip to Rochester for the Lilac Festival! We be having FUN!!!!!!
Please join us on Friday, April 12th, from 11:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M. for a jewelry sale by Paparazzi Jewelry. All items are $5.00 and are lead free. It’s the perfect time to purchase your loved one an Easter gift. 10% of all sales are donated to the activities department. The jewelry show will be at the entrance to the dining hall.
On Tuesday, March 5th, we had a visit from the Cantalician Social Club. With the help of these volunteers our residents assembled and painted butterfly houses. We didn’t quite get finished in the allotted time so this will be a continuing program. Ultimately, we will hang these around the building and in our soon “new to be” raised flower bed. The residents and volunteers both had a great time and the Cantalician Social Club will now be added to our monthly programs. Love our volunteers! Enjoy the pics….more to come as we proceed.