April Staff Anniversaries:


Ranessa Mayberry 4/4/2016  1 year
Jermaruis McGee 4/27/2016  1 year

Ralph Dotson 4/27/2016  1 year

Cangela Mays 4/12/2012  5 years

Tressica Coleman 4/14/2011  6 years

Linda Richmond 4/20/2011  6 years

Rhonda Robinson 4/1/1997  20 years

Alice Hicks 4/24/1987  30 years


Congratulations to all of our staff members on your dedication and hard work for our residents.


News and Events:


National Professional Social Work Month

March 1-31, 2017

For the entire month of March, National Professional Social Work Month is observed. 

Social workers are trained to look at situations in a holistic way.  They help people increase their ability to solve problems, to cope with stressors and to get needed resources.  Social workers bring individuals together with other poeple and their communities to find solutions for problems that continue to plague our society, inclduing hunger, lack of affordable housing, and equal rights for all. 

Social workers make organizations responible to people through sound social policy.  To show appreciation to our Social Worker, Alice Hicks, staff celebrated with a "Denim & Pearls" day, "Bright in Khaki's" day, "Business/Casual" day, "Glam in Green" day, "Pretty in Pastels" day, and went out with a bang on March 31st with a "Kickback Luau Party". 


Luck of the Irish

March 17, 2017

On March, 17, 2017, residents and staff celebrated St. Patrick's Day with a "Luck of the Irish" shindig.  Staff and residents were glamoured in green from head to toe and celebrated luck of the Irish with their favorite Irish foods and Irish music.  Residents also wore their shamrock luck penny pendants that they made in arts & crfats and enjoyed trivia, fun facts, and entertainment from staff.  To close the party out, residents raised a toast high in the honor of St. Patrick's Day. 


Community Outing MS Science Museum

March 23, 2017

Spring has come and residents were excited to explore, understand, and apprecaite Mississippi's biological diversity through education and exhibits of Mississippi's Science Museum.  Residents shared their time between the outdoor environment with a lunch picnic outdoors and indoor exhibits moving from informative indoor models and their reality in a natural Mississippi setting. 

The weather was nice and residents enjoyed their favorite picnic foods.  When touring the inside, residents were educated on the history of Mississippi's living things in their natural landscape.  It was truly a fun and educational time for residents. 


Upcoming Events for April



Picnic at the Park


Governor's Mansion


Red Hats Glamour Shots





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