RAYS of Still Hopes
February 2010 Published Monthly
Concerts at Still Hopes
Winter-Spring 2010 Series
Charles Fugo, piano Peter Kolkay, bassoon
Thursday, February 25, 2010 Monday, March 29, 2010
7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Marina Lomazov & Joseph Rackers Tina Stallard Voice Studio Recital
piano duo Sunday, April 11, 2010
Thursday, March 4, 2010 4:00 p.m.
Laury Christie, soprano
Jacob Will, baritone Christin Owens, soprano
Charles Fugo, piano Elisa Moskovitz, piano
Thursday, March 18, 2010 Thursday, May 6, 2010
7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
Catherine Hazan, violin All concerts are held in the
Sharon Rattray, piano Susan G. Robinson Garden Room
Thursday, March 25, 2010 A reception will be held following
3:00 p.m. each evening concert.
What’s ‘In Store’ at the Magnolia Gift Shoppe
Peacock at Still Hopes
Patricia Hough Pollard
Reminiscent of peacocks
that once roamed the
Guignard mansion grounds.
Guignard Mansion Centennial Celebration
Note Card Edition
Days & Hours of Operation
Monday − Saturday
10:00 a.m. − 4:00 p.m.
Posit Science® Brain Fitness Training Computer Lab
Train your brain... Is For All Still Hopes Residents
Think Faster Don’t forget that you can use these computers if
Focus Better you are a resident. These computers, however, are
Remember More not for visitors.
Drive Safely Your peers in the BGTime Computer project can
Insight™ $215.00 help you learn basic computer skills.
Sharp Vision $185.00 Levy Canova is available to help you
Drive Sharp™ $ 55.00 on Mondays between 11:00 a.m. and
Don’t miss out! Register today! 12:00 p.m., but you must call him first
Call Denise at 739-5044. and let him know to meet you there.
Presented by Dr. Shelly Jones From McDowell Apartments Resident,
11:00 a.m. ٠ February 12th Frances Tupper…
Aerobics Studio “Volunteers do not necessarily have the time;
Joints – can't live with them when they are hurting They just have the heart.” Elizabeth Andrews
and certainly can't function well without Levy Canova surely has the heart. Every Monday
them! Join us to learn more about what JOINTS morning he meets in the computer lab to be
we have in our body, how to keep them healthy available to help the BGTime computer team.
with nutrition and supplements, why do joints hurt
He is an excellent teacher - patient, supportive,
more on rainy days, what to do once they've been
encouraging, and persevering until the skills
injured, and how chiropractic care can keep all
your joints working better and with less pain.
Thank you, Levy Canova!
HOW WONDERFUL A DAY CAN BE
WHEN A VOLUNTEER HELPS!
Continuing through the month of February, “Do your little bit of good where you are, it’s those
we will be featuring a display of candlesticks.
little bits of good put together that overwhelms the
If you would like to participate in this special
world.” Archbishop Desmond Tutu
exhibition, please see or call Bill Webb at
739-5018. The display will be featured in the THOSE WHO CAN, DO.
Atrium at McDowell. THOSE WHO CAN DO MORE, VOLUNTEER.
If you would be willing to help create
a quilted wall hanging to commemorate A Poetry Appreciation group was established
the centennial anniversary of the in January that will meet the fourth Wednesday of
Guignard Mansion, please call 739-5051. each month in the Activity Room on the 3rd floor of
the McDowell apartment building at 3:00 p.m. Bring
Original Portraits To Be Exhibited one of your favorite poems to share with the group.
In keeping with the continued effort of the Still
Hopes Art Committee, Bill Willoughby, Chairman,
requests loans of residents’ original portraits. The
committee is aware there are many fine examples of
portrait work among those who live here and would OF GREATER COLUMBIA
like everyone to be able to enjoy seeing them in a
comprehensive exhibit. The portraits will be displayed Friday, February 26th, Garden Room
during the months of February and March. If you 7 p.m. Social Hour ٠ 8 p.m. Musical Program
have portraits and would be willing to participate, Featuring guest musical artist Dr. Daniel Cole,
please contact Bill Willoughby 739-4727. Director of Music Ministry, First Presbyterian Church.
Did you know… From Esther Ilderton,
for your convenience Still Hopes Director of Human Resources
rents extra storage space! The Still Hopes Employee Christmas Party was
BUILDING 5 AVAILABLE UNITS held on Friday, December 11th, with Plant Operations
staff preparing the turkey and Dining Services staff
UNITS SQUARE MONTHLY preparing all the fixings. Thank you for a delicious
AVAILABLE FEET FEE meal and for bringing in all those tasty desserts, and
to the Employee Focus Committee for organizing and
2 99 $95.00
decorating, and to those who performed in “The Great
1 75 $80.00 Church Robbery” play, you did a great job!
5 40 $68.00 A special thank you to the Still Hopes Senior
Singers Glee Club directed by Bill Webb as they
14 38 $65.00 performed a beautiful selection of Christmas songs. It
3 20 $40.00 was a privilege to have the Still Hopes Senior Singers
be a part of our Employee Christmas Party.
5 10 $23.00
And a very special Thank You to our dear
Residents for your generous contributions to the Staff
BUILDING 6 AVAILABLE UNITS Christmas Appreciation Fund. It is such a blessing for
our staff to receive a Christmas gift from our residents
UNITS SQUARE MONTHLY showing their appreciation and gratitude. All the Still
AVAILABLE FEET FEE Hopes staff would like to sincerely thank you for the
4 13 $28.00 opportunity to serve and for the gift you gave. We
wish each of you a Joyous New Year!
A 5% discount will be given for paying yearly
instead of monthly. Terrific Thursday Chili Cooking Contest!
There is a one-time $15 re-keying fee. The lock on Judging takes place February 18th at 4:00 p.m.
the storage unit will be re-keyed to match your Make your favorite homemade chili recipe! All
apartment. entries will be judged by our own Chef Jimmie in the
Units are limited—FIRST COME FIRST SERVE! Garden Room on February 18th at 4:00 p.m. Prizes
Call Elizabeth Nassif for more details, 739-5002. for the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will include dinner
for two in the Palmetto Room, and more. Chef Jimmie
must not know the name of the person entering, so
Chef Jimmie Jackson’s Food History... register with Activity Services by calling Sarah at 739-
Pierre Francois de la Varenne was the first author 5051 or Sherry at 739-5015. All residents wishing to
of the first cookbook in 1651. get a taste of some fine chili, come by and get into the
"Coffee soaked ladyfingers layered with custard of sweetened mascarpone cheese with a hint of brandy."
6 eggs, separated
3 tablespoons white sugar
1 pound mascarpone cheese
2 tablespoons brandy
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 ½ cups strong brewed coffee, room temperature
30 ladyfinger cookies
8 ounces finely chopped bittersweet chocolate
1. In large mixing bowl, beat egg yolks and sugar with electric mixer until light yellow, 1 minute. Beat in mascarpone,
brandy and vanilla until smooth. In a separate bowl, beat egg whites until stiff, but not dry. Fold egg whites into
2. Quickly dip ladyfingers, one at a time, in cooled coffee and arrange them in a 9x13 inch baking dish. Use 15 cookies
to cover the bottom of the dish. Spread half the mascarpone mixture over the cookie crust and sprinkle the chocolate
on top. Repeat the soaked cookie and cheese layers.
3. Cover tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate 4 hours or overnight before serving.
RESIDENT COUNCIL REPORT
The newly elected members of the 2010 Resident The Food Committee recognizes the growing
Council held a meeting on January 4th. The goals of situation concerning the use of walkers in the Bistro,
past Councils were reviewed and several were noted and suggested that a staff assistant would be useful
as of on-going interest and new goals were chosen for for residents to help with their trays. Residents
2010. currently help one other.
The Council Meeting was on January 12. The first The Safety Committee is working with Sam
order of business was the election of Hazel Weathers to set up an announced and an
FitzSimons as Chairperson of the Environment and unannounced fire drill in the coming weeks.
Grounds Committee. Also welcomed to the Council Dining Services will provide loaves of bread for the
were Bill Strohecker as the McDowell representative, Welcoming Committee to take to newcomers.
Don McNeish as Chair of the Safety Committee, and
Nell Barr as Chair of the Welcoming Committee.
Residents are encouraged to contact Council Leland Humphries expressed appreciation for the
members with their interests and concerns. new cottage in-house mail boxes located in Building 5.
Goals of Past Years to continue: Frances Case thanked Maintenance for the hot
water adjustment, reported continued misuse of the
1. Regular fire drills
recycling bins, and requested that residents be
2. Continuation of cost containment activity
reminded not to place walkers near the automatic
3. Continuation of resident participation in the
doors in the Bistro.
4. Continuation of nurturing a positive image of Marilyn Maddox reported that carpets and
Still Hopes elevators in Building 6 need to be cleaned, and
5. Continuation of work with Dining Services inquired about placing cardboard cartons in the
6. Continuation of improved communications recycling rooms. If residents are unable to break down
between all sections; residents, council, cartons they should place them in the rooms and staff
staff, administration will take care of them.
2010 Council Goals The Council requested that copies of the
Employee Christmas Fund: continued Emergency Response Policy be available for residents
encouragement for monthly giving through the and that the Policy be presented at the January
Business Office. Resident Meeting. Campus Patrol was requested to
place notes on the windshields of automobiles parked
Community Outreach Project: Harvest Hope Food in resident spaces. Residents are asked to please call
Bank will be presented to the Residents for approval Campus Patrol to report these occurrences.
to initiate an effort to return some of our blessings and
talents to the community. Residents will be Danny Sanford reported that the feasibility of
encouraged to give hours of service in packing food purchasing an organ for the Chapel is under study and
for clients, working with clients, data processing, and an evaluation of the organ will be done. Approval of
by donating food, grocery bags, plastic dinner ware, the Board of Trustees is needed to solicit funds for
and through financial aid. Resident participation will be such a project.
tracked and given to the Business Office for reporting Jon Keith reported that the Marketing Department
in relation to the tax-free status of Still Hopes. Fitz is creating seminars for informing residents and their
Beazley is the program coordinator. families of the characteristics of aging, and of the
The members also agreed to ask the Marketing availability of programs and services at Still Hopes for
Department if there is a way that residents can assist those needing assistance. Mary Clovis emphasized
in explaining the benefits of living at Still Hopes to that residents that are in the hospital can work with the
potential residents. staff before coming home to learn of services that will
be available for them.
Sherry French announced that the Centennial
The Art Committee has announced that the
Anniversary of the Guignard Mansion will be
February and March exhibit will be portraits loaned by
celebrated Family Day weekend. Interested residents
the residents. These do not need to be of family
are invited to serve on the planning committee. There
members. Residents are requested to bring works to
nd are note cards by Pat Pollard commemorating the
the committee meeting on February 2 , in the Third
event available in the gift shop.
Floor Activity Room in McDowell. The Maintenance
Department can provide assistance if needed in
moving the paintings and committee members can Submitted by Anne Beazley
observe the paintings in apartments if requested.
Sundays 11:00 a.m.
Healing Service & Holy Communion
Tuesdays 4:00 p.m.
Bible Study Chapel of the Holy Spirit
Study of the Gospel of Luke
Chaplain Johnnie Davis
Led by Fr. Johnnie Davis may be reached at 739-5033.
Mondays 10:30 a.m.
Chapel of the Holy Spirit
Prayer Time Fellowship (PTF)
Please bring a Bible, notebook/pad, and pen. First & Third Mondays
February 1st & 15th, ٠ 3:30 p.m. ٠ Cottage 4-A
For more information, call Mary Batson, 794-4025,
Pathfinders Grief Support Meeting or Levy & Donna Canova, 791-0001.
Monday, February 8th, 3:00 p.m.
Pathfinders Grief Support Meetings are open Bible Study with Dr. Pete Cassidy
to residents, family members, staff, and the Mondays 3:00 p.m.
community. No fee or registration is required. Chapel of the Holy Spirit
For information, please contact Palmetto Health at (Except the 4th Monday of the month)
And now abideth faith, hope, love,
these three; but the greatest of these is love.
- I Corinthians 13:13 (KJV)
We Fondly Remember…
Gay Fuller (December 27)
and Polly Gantt (December 28)
Our heartfelt sympathy
is extended to family & friends.
Fourth Thursday of Each Month
The Palmetto Room
Winkie Goodwin and
Mary Dale Wilson
share a long friendship
through a common The sun rises on a recent ice cold
love of great music. morning to reveal a moment frozen in time
as the water flowing through the Rose
Garden fountain came to a stand still.
WELCOME TO STILL HOPES! FEBRUARY BIRTHDAYS!
Mary Clarkson, Harry L. McDowell Apartments;
Louise Cuttino and John Haney, 3 Edith Rockafellow
Elizabeth B. Lowry Building; 16 Margaret Meriwether
4 Helen Buice 17 Mary Fuller
and Harriett Richmond, 4 Martha Lever
Dr. Jane Bruce Guignard Center. 18 Marvis Hemphill
4 Edna Watson 20 Ellette Donovan
5 Mary Batson 20 Ruth Johnson
Just a reminder from 5 Wallace Behnke 20 Clarke McCants
Susan McDaniel, 5 Clover Wolf 21 Joan Behnke
Transportation Coordinator. 10 Wyndham Manning 21 Sally Zion
11 Cornelia Freeman 23 Mamie Coleman
Transportation notices are placed in the residents 12 Bert Sullivan
boxes on either Thursday or Friday for the following 23 Julianne Moak
13 Phyllis Bostic 23 Cleone Swain
week. If you have not received a notice by Friday 13 Barbara Graham
afternoon please contact Susan McDaniel at 25 Ilse Jesselson
14 Evelyn Wullner 28 Betty Gudmundson
609-3156. The notices are placed in your box as 15 Charlie Davis
a reminder of your appointment for the following
week. They are also placed in your box to make
sure the doctor and the time of the appointment are
correct. If any changes need to be made please call
Susan McDaniel. Should you have any questions
concerning transportation please feel free to contact
OF THE MONTH
Tina has conformed to
the new management style in the kitchen with a Cornelia Freeman and her granddaughter
positive attitude, applying new skills quickly. She Dr. Erin Freeman who recently conducted
the SC Philharmonic in their first concert of 2010.
does an excellent job of keeping herself updated
Erin also led the Classical Conversations
with current developments in her field. She easily pre-concert lecture held in the Chapel of the Holy Spirit.
balances competing demands on her time, Cornelia and Erin are featured in the current issue of
adjusting her approach or method to fit different Columbia Star, “Conductor comes in on a high note.”
Tina displays very good verbal skills,
communicating clearly and concisely. She exhibits
good listening skills and comprehends complex
matters well. In group situations, she works
cooperatively and takes responsibility to help
resolve conflicts. Tina displays a strong dedication
and commitment to excellence.
2010 Board Meeting Dates
January 28, March 25, May 27,
July 22, September 23,
and December 2, 2010.
STILL HOPES CLASSROOM LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
Free & open to the public…
Handbells Resumes also, no registration or commitment is
Basically Bells Creative Bells necessary. Come as often as you wish.
Fridays, 1:30 p.m. Wednesdays, 1:30 p.m.
January 29th February 3rd World History with Susan Dillon
Weekly on Thursdays, 11:00 a.m.
Building 5 Multipurpose Room
McDowell 3rd Floor Activity Room
For further information, call Bill at 739-5018. ~ ~ ~
Ancient History with Dr. John Stine
Weekly on Fridays, 3:00 p.m.
~ ~ ~
Classical Conversations The Temple Ligon Lecture Series
Monthly on the Second Friday, 1:30 p.m.
McDowell 3rd Floor Activity Room
with Morihiko Nakahara Clover Wolf (right) and
th Ellette Donovan (below)
Wednesday, February 10 , 4:30 p.m.
work poinsettia blooms
Building 5 Multipurpose Room into their vases at a recent
flower arranging class.
Art History Class to Be Offered!
Class: Art History with Small Projects
Instructor: Patricia Hough Pollard
Dates: Mondays, January 25 - March 29, 2010
Time: 1:30 p.m.
Location: McDowell 3rd Floor Activity Room
Cost: $60 for 10 sessions, plus limited materials
Registration: CLASS IS FULL
Description: A course designed to help develop Conversational Spanish Returns!
appraisal skills in evaluating art work; Class: Conversational Spanish
an introduction to various media Instructor: Barbara Hotchkiss
(pastels, watercolors, etc.) and to
various categories (landscapes, Dates: Tuesdays, February 10 - March 31, 2010
portraits, etc.); studying and becoming Time: 4:00 p.m.
acquainted with selected artists, their Location: McDowell 3rd Floor Activity Room
lives, philosophies of art, style of art, and media most Cost: $50 for 8 sessions, plus textbook $18.95
used; and creating simple art works related to the Practical Spanish Grammar, 2nd Ed.
artist studied. Registration: Complete and submit a class
Pat Pollard earned the Master of Art Education registration form available from Bill’s office
degree from USC; taught art for over 35 years; and 739-5018, along with your check made payable
studied in Europe’s most famous museums through to Still Hopes. For residents, the class cost may be
a Study Abroad course at Temple University. Her charged to monthly billing.
work is represented in private collections throughout Description: A course designed to help learn and
the United States and the world. recognize basic conversational elements in Spanish.
Apartment & Cottage News & Events ٠ February 2010
Join the fun!
Annual Valentine Ball Join the Winter Wii™ Bowling League
for Apartment, Cottage, & Get your team together for a four-
Future Still Hopes Residents week Wii™ Bowling Tournament. The
tournament will take place Wednesdays
Thursday, February 11th February 24th, March 3rd and March 10th
7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. in the Club Room at 4:00 p.m. Team
Enjoy the sounds of the registration and a practice round will be
Dick Goodwin Band held Wednesday, February 3rd at 4:00 p.m. in the
Sweets for the Sweet Club Room. Each team will play one game, and
Provided by the Ladies of Trinity! record their group and individual scores.
The tournament will conclude on St. Patrick’s Day,
No sign up is necessary.
Wednesday March 17th with a final round of bowling,
an awards ceremony, and refreshments. Plan to
Sunday, February 7th attend this event to cheer on your friends and
neighbors. If you want to join a team but have never
CBS 6:00 p.m.
tried playing the Nintendo Wii™, call Sarah at 739-
5 Multipurpose Room
5051 to learn how. Anyone can play, but be warned;
And on the wide screen TV
once you start you may get hooked!
outside the Garden Room
“This Is My Life” Sharing stories to form closer bonds.
Wednesdays, 3:00 p.m. Building 5 Multipurpose Room
Feb. 3 “Goals for 2010”
Feb. 10 “Valentine Memories”
Feb. 24 “U.S. Presidents You Admire”
Upcoming travel opportunities! Sign up in the Activity Book located in the McDowell Apartments Atrium
or call Sarah Flores at 739-5051 for information or to register for any of these trips.
All trips are open to family and friends.
SC Archives and History Center
February 10th Depart time: 9:30 a.m.
Following the tour with guide Steve Tuttle, you will have some time to conduct your own
research with the assistance of the Archive and History Center staff.
This is a free tour; sign up today!
Orchids & Southern Wine in Newberry, SC
Tuesday, March 2, 2010 Depart Time: 9:00 a.m. Cost: $45
The day begins with a tour of Carter & Holmes Orchids. After a professional grower gives
some introductory comments about the orchids and takes your questions, we will go on an
Orchid Safari through 18 greenhouses. You may omit part of the Safari if the walking is too challenging.
You will also receive a coupon that can be redeemed for a 4” house plant. After lunch (included in the cost) at
Delamater’s in downtown Newberry, we will visit Enoree River Vineyard for a guided tour and wine tasting. This 800
vine vineyard was planted in 2006, and produces wines ranging from country fruit wines to Riesling and Cabernet
We must have 15 participants to make this trip. The deadline is Friday, February 19th. If you cancel your reservation
after this date, you may be charged for any incurred expenses.
Savannah and St. Simon Island, Georgia
Thursday, April 22nd − Friday, April 23rd Depart Time: 8:00 a.m.
Cost: $315 pp double occupancy and $405 pp single occupancy
The adventure begins with the Legends & Lunch one of only three working lighthouses in Georgia; Bloody
Savannah River Cruise with lunch catered by Paula Marsh, site of the famous 1742 battle where the fate of
Dean’s restaurant The Lady & Sons! Learn about the the Southern Colonies was decided; Fort Frederica, the
eco-system of the river and the economic role it plays, colonial town and fort settled by General James Edward
see historic sights like Old Fort Jackson, and hear tales Oglethorpe; Retreat Plantation, where relics from the
of pirates and sunken Civil War ironclads. slavery era still exist; and this is the only trolley tour on
Then we head on to St. Simon’s Island where St. Simons Island that takes you inside historic Christ
oceanfront accommodations are at the King and Prince Church.
Resort, known for legendary blending of gracious After the tour we depart for home stopping for lunch
Southern hospitality, historic charm, and seaside setting. (not included). Feel free to invite a buddy or two to join
After settling into your room, you may relax at the resort, you. We must have at least 20 participants to make this
take a walk on the beach, or go shopping at Pier Village. trip. The deadline is Friday, March 19th. If you cancel
Before our dinner in the resort dining room, we will gather after the deadline, you may be charged for any incurred
for cocktails on the beach. expenses. Cost includes Savannah River lunch cruise,
The next day after breakfast, you will enjoy a trolley oceanfront accommodations, one dinner, one breakfast,
tour of the island. The drive-by includes the Lighthouse, Island Trolley Tour, travel, and all taxes and gratuities.
Elizabeth B. Lowry Building Resident Ramblings ٠ February 2010
Annual Lowry & Bomar Residents
Valentine Dinner Party & Dance
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Susan Gibbes Robinson Garden Room
Music and Entertainment by
Bob Knox and His Blue Serenade Ensemble
Family members or friends may join Lowry residents
at the guest cost of $13.50 for the evening,
per person, charged to the resident billing account.
Call Rebecca Richardson at 739-5014.
Additional Departure Times ٠ February 2010
Friday, February 5 7:30 p.m. The Best Little W’house in Texas at Workshop Theatre
Wednesday, February 10 9:30 a.m. Tour of SC Archives and History Center
Friday, February 12 9:00 a.m. Grocery Shopping at Publix & Fresh Market
Saturday, February 13 6:45 p.m. SC Philharmonic at Koger Center
Tuesday, February 16 6:45 p.m. USC Symphony at Koger Center
Sunday, February 21 2:25 p.m. Always… Patsy Cline at Town Theatre
Friday, February 26 9:00 a.m. Shopping at CVS & Bi-Lo
All times listed are departure times. Bus departs from McDowell Porte Cochere.
Dr. Jane Bruce Guignard & Sanders R. Guignard, Jr. News Briefs
Sanders R. Guignard, Jr. &
Dr. Jane Bruce Guignard Centers
Tuesday, February 5, 2010
Susan G. Robinson Garden Room
Al Robinson, clarinet
and Kathy Robinson, poetry reading
Betty Hoffman enjoys an afternoon
at the Coffee and Biscuits Social.
We welcome Pat Flowers as a new volunteer to
the Jane Bruce Guignard Center. Pat is an apartment
resident who has volunteered in many other areas
of Still Hopes. She has now offered to assist
one Saturday a month with the Bingo game and to Movin’ Mondays with Winifred
get a weekly Bridge game going in the JBG Dr. Jane Bruce Guignard Center
neighborhood. Call Sherry at 739-5015 if you would 3:30 p.m.
like to play Bridge once a week in the Jane Bruce
Fun with Madge
and Friends Columbia City Ballet’s
10:00 a.m. The Lion King of Mali
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Clowning Around Koger Center for the Arts
with Zollie! 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday, February 10th
Dr. Jane Bruce Guignard Center’s Melodies of Love with Lloyd Brewer
Shopping Trip and Lunch Out Thursday, February 4th, 3:00 p.m.
Susan G. Robinson Garden Room
9:45 a.m. We are very happy to have the
Brookland-Cayce Character Club come
to accompany our residents on strolls,
A Fun Celebration February 2nd and 16th,
For the Winter Olympics and again on March 16th.
Thursday, February 25th Thank you to these students
10:00 a.m. and to their sponsor Mrs. Byars.
Rosalie W. Bomar Center Communications ٠ February 2010
Bomar & Lowry Residents Monday Evenings
Valentine’s with Hazel and Friends
Conversation, Poetry, and Singing!
Dinner & Dance 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Susan G. Robinson Garden Room
Mrs. Lib Cauble
Music & Entertainment by playing piano leads the
Bob Knox and His Blue Serenade Ensemble Bomar Joyful Voices
each week in singing
Family members & friends may join our favorite old hymns.
Bomar residents at a guest cost of
$13.50 for the evening, per person, Tuesday afternoons
charged to the resident billing account. 2:00 p.m.
Please R.S.V.P. by Tuesday, February 2nd
to Marian Kemmerlin at 739-5029!
Always… Patsy Cline Meet & Greet
Sunday, February 21st
Depart time: 2:30 p.m. With Kitsie & Belle
Town Theatre Wednesdays
Columbia City Ballet’s
The Lion King of Mali
Thursday, February 4, 2010 alking
Koger Center for the Arts
Sweets for the Sweet Thursdays after lunch
Cupcake Shop in the Vista
Monday, February 22nd, 2:00 p.m. Bible Study
with Pastor Tracy McGee
from Suburban Baptist Church
Tea for Two Alzheimer’s Support Group
Meet and greet new Bomar neighbors Fourth Tuesdays, Monthly, 2:00 p.m.
Join us for turntable tunes, tea, and cookies. Guignard Mansion Parlor
Thursday, February 25th, 2:30 p.m. Call Chaplain Johnnie Davis
The Nostalgia Room for additional information, 739-5033.
WEB SITE: www.stillhopes.org
PHONE: 803.796.6490 NON-PROFIT ORG.
FAX: 803.796.6059 U.S. POSTAGE
PO BOX 2959 P-A-I-D
WEST COLUMBIA SC 29171-2959 PERMIT NO. 42
Two reminders from Dining Services…
Remember to make reservations for meals in The Palmetto Room.
Please be careful not to block exits when dining in the Bistro.
STILL HOPES SINGING VALENTINE GREETING ORDER FORM
To ___________________________________ Apt./Room/Cottage #__________
Type of Greeting: Candy _____ Balloons _____
$10.00 for either a Box of Candy or Balloon Bouquet delivered with a song!
Song (CHECK ONE) Let Me Call You Sweetheart ______ You Are My Sunshine ______
Ain’t She/He Sweet ______ Baby Face ______ You’re the Cream in My Coffee ______
Fill out, detach, and mail to: Still Hopes c/o Sherry French P.O. Box 2959
West Columbia, SC 29171-2959, or call Sarah at 739-5051.
Order forms can be obtained also at the Magnolia Gift Shoppe at Still Hopes.
Deliveries will be made on Friday, February 12th.
Orders must be received by 12:00 noon on Thursday, February 11th.