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2 - Homestead Village
HOMESTEAD VILLAGE OF PENSACOLA
MANAGEMENT TEAM
David Acuff
Deidre Gonzales Navarro, LPN-CLTC
Michelle Soulier-Cook, LPN
Donna Wilson
Cathy Rodgers
Mary Beth Mann
Yvonne Charest
Kacey Linder, LPN
Casey Ballard, LPN
Jon Hill
Sarah Taylor
Todd Burson
Ronda Boothe
Rebecca Maloy
Stephanie Bulger
General Manager - 941-5000
Administrator - 941-5000
Assistant Administrator - 941-5090
Resident Services Secretary - 941-5000
Marketing & Admissions Coordinator - 941-5003
Marketing Assistant - 941-5005
HR Specialist - 941-5004
Resident Care Coordinator - 941-5080
Resident Care Coordinator - 941-5081
Food Service Manager - 941-5036
Food Service Assistant - 941-5037
Maintenance Manager- 941-5043
Environmental Services Manager - 941-5071
Activities Specialist - 941-5066
Activities Specialist - 941-5083
GOOD TIME TOURS CASINO TRIP
Imperial Palace
October 19, 2016
Bus arrives at 8:15 AM and leaves at 8:30 AM
Cost: $10 per person (plus spending money)
Pick up and drop off at Homestead Village—the back of the Community Center.
Limited Seating: To m ak e reservations, call Good Tim e Tours
at 476-0046 stating that this is for the Pensacola State College Senior Club and let
them know that you want to be picked up at the
Homestead Village location.
This outing is not sponsored by Homestead Village.
www.hvpensacola.com
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BE
MINE
Resident Birthdays
Employee Birthdays
02 LARRY MILLER - H
02 EDWIN CARSON - E
03 HAROLD BROWN - Estates
04 MARY MURRAY - I
04 MARY NIELSEN - H
05 ROY GILG - J
06 SANDRA JENKINS - K
08 JAMES GORUM - Gardens
13 KATHERINE GOELZ - A
13 STERLING CAVALIER - D
13 MARK BRICCO - J
15 LYLA WINDHAM - E
16 JAMES MCCAULEY - Estates
16 KITTY WIGGINS - K
17 THOMASINA JINGLESKI - Villas
18 DONALD BRYANT - Estates
20 KATIE PARKER - F
20 HOWARD POWERS - J
24 LIBBY MAYHUGH - Estates
24 MARY BURTICK - B
27 LORRAINE PARAMORE - I
28 STANLEY BARNARD - B
30 GERALD JOHNSON - J
30 FARRICE PETERSON - Estates
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07
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Resident Council Meeting
LUNCH OUTINGS FOR OCTOBER
Road Kill Café
October 5th, 10:00 AM
October 25th @ 10:00 AM
Faye Allen
Santana Chandler
Stacy Miller
Lola Hurst
Crystal Amerson
Chandra Oliver
Shawn Selvidge
Kiki Ross
Karen Tucker
Shirley McCants
Lashonda Evans
Natalie Owens
E/F Building
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Happy Hour - Halloween Theme
October 25th @ 4:30 PM
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Jerry’s Drive-In
October 19th, 10:45 AM
The Victorian w/Al Martin
SHARON ATKINS
EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH
OCTOBER
Residents, Family & Friends
You are invited to our…Annual Fall Festival
Sharon Atkins has been employed at Homestead for five
years. She is currently a PCA in Bldg. A. Sharon is a very
professional, trustworthy, kind, and compassionate person.
She is always there when you need her, and will go above and
beyond what is expected of her for her residents and families.
Sharon welcomes all guests with a smile and treats them as if
they were entering her own home. She is gracious, honest,
always pleasant, and has a calming presence.
Saturday, October 22, 2016
3:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Located at the Victorian Square
(Between Bldg. B & the Victorian Restaurant)
Arts & Crafts—2 PM to 7 PM
Car Show—3 PM to 4 PM
Sharon is the Heart of Homestead! Congratulations!
Music, Food, Games, Dunking Booth, and a Bounce
House for the kids
Congratulations to the Employee of the Month Nominees:
A BIG Welcome to
our
Newest Residents
Our Deepest Condolences
Andrea Cottrell, Janetta Davis, and Nicole Rodgers
To the
Remember to turn in your nominations for November by October 13th.
Family and Friends of
October 4, 2016 @ 6 PM
Carolyn Ford
Gene Hawks
Kenny Hutchison
Helen Johnson
Roger Stevens
PENSACOLA INTERSTATE FAIR
SENIOR CITIZENS DAY
Selma Everage
Katie Gilg
Mary James
Katherine Price
Marie Walker
Thursday, October 27th, 1:30 PM
Cost: $5.00
Limited seating. Deadline to sign up will be Wednesday, October 12th.
To sign up or for more information, contact Rebecca at 941-5066.
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To Your Health
By: Dr. Daniel Scarbrough, Corporate Medical Director, CHS, Inc.
This month let’s discuss hormone replacement therapy (HRT) in women. This is the
use of estrogen and/or progesn to replace low hormone levels. It is most commonly
used when women are going through or a!er menopause. HRT is issued in several
forms, including tablets, patches and creams.
The signs and symptoms of low hormone levels include hot flashes, sleep loss,
depression, nervousness, redness, vaginal dryness and trouble staying focused. It can
also contribute to osteoporosis or bri%le bones with low density which break easily
and heart disease. Although there are benefits to HRT, it is not beneficial or safe for
everyone, especially those with a history of breast cancer, cancer of the uterus and
ovaries, heart disease, high blood pressure, blood clots and strokes. Individuals using
HRT can experience side effects including bloang, breast tenderness and swelling,
headaches, mood changes, nausea and vaginal bleeding. Side effects from HRT do not
necessarily lead to disconnuaon of therapy. Changes in the dose or dosage form
might be necessary and don’t disconnue HRT without talking with your physician. It
is also important to point out that only specific vaginal creams and not petroleum jelly
should be used for dryness of the vagina. Only your physician can help you determine
if HRT is the right choice for you. If you are considering HRT, you and your physician
should discuss the benefits and risks involved.
~~Dr. Dan
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
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Activity Times and Events are subject to
change without notice.
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3
10:00 Pine Forest United
Methodist Church—C
2:00 Bible Baptist Church—D
3:00 Bible Baptist Church—E/F
3:00 Pensacola Christian—B, C, & K
3:00 Movie—E/F
7:00
9:00
9:30
10:30
2:00
3:30
9
10 Columbus Day
11
7:00
9:00
9:30
11:30
2:00
3:30
9:00
10:00
2:00
3:30
6:00
10:00
2:00
3:00
3:00
3:00
Perdido Bay Baptist Church—C
Bible Baptist Church—C
Bible Baptist Church—J
Pensacola Christian—B, C, & K
Movie—E/F
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10:00
2:00
3:00
3:00
3:00
5:00
4
Bible Study—A
Flora Bama Farms
Mason Jar Craft—K
Sing-a-Long—D
Bingo—E/F
Shape Up—E/F
Bible Study—A
Neighborhood Walmart
Eyeglass Cleaning—D, I, J, K
Burger King—J
Bingo—D, E/F
Shape Up—E/F
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Perdido Bay Baptist Church—C
Bible Baptist Church—D
Bible Baptist Church—E/F
Pensacola Christian—B, C, & K
Movie—E/F
Mass/Holy Cross Roman
Catholic Church—Comm. Cntr.
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9:00 Chaplain’s Visit
9:30 NAS Commissary
1:30 Medicare Benefits Mtg.—E/F
Dining Room
3:30 Shape Up—E/F
6:00 Bible Study—E/F
6:00 Alz. Support Group—Comm. Cntr.
Chaplain’s Visit
Walmart/Lunch
Sing-a-Long—K
Shape Up—E/F
Bible Study—E/F
Bible Study—A
Publix
Music & Muffins—I
Starbucks Social—B
Bingo—E/F
Shape Up—E/F
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10:00 Pine Forest United Methodist
Church—C
2:00 Bible Baptist Church—C
3:00 Bible Baptist Church—J
3:00 Pensacola Christian—B, C, & K
3:00 Movie—E/F
7:00
9:00
9:00
10:30
2:00
3:30
30
31 Halloween
10:00 Pine Forest United Methodist
Church—C
3:00 Pensacola Christian—B, C, & K
3:00 Movie—E/F
7:00
9:00
10:30
2:00
3:30
9:00
9:00
9:30
6:00
Chaplain’s Visit
Walgreen’s
Shape Up—D
Bible Study—E/F
Matinee Movie @ Carmike Cinema—Time
to Be Announced
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Bible Study—A
Pumpkin Craft—K
Publix
Manicure Monday—I
Bingo—E/F
Shape Up—E/F
Bible Study—A
Publix
Halloween Craft—D
Bingo—E/F
Shape Up—E/F
St. Anne’s Comm.
Bingo—C
Lunch @ Road Kill Café
Shape Up—E/F
Pine Forest Baptist
Church Choir—A
9:00 Chaplain’s Visit
10:00 Resident Council—E/F
2:00 Social Hour/Halloween Party—K
4:30 Happy Hour/Halloween Theme
@ The Victorian w/Al Martin
6:00 Bible Study—E/F
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9:00
9:30
1:30
3:30
7:00
10:00 Cookies & Conversation—H
2:00 Movie & Popcorn—All Bldgs.
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12
18
7:00
9:00
9:00
10:30
2:00
3:30
9:00
9:30
10:00
3:30
5:30
St. Anne’s Comm.
Bingo—C
Root Beer Floats—B, I
Shape Up—E/F
Pine Forest Estates Baptist
Church—C
Saturday
9:30
10:00
1:30
2:00
2:30
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Knitting Class—E
Shape Up—B, I
Card Games—F, H
Cocoa & Cookies—D
Fall Craft—C
9:30
10:00
1:30
2:30
6:30
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9:30 Morning Stretch—I
10:00 Pumpkin Craft—B
2:00 Resident Birthday Party—K
9:30
10:00
1:30
2:30
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Bingo—A, K
Bible Study—B
Coffee Club—H
Shape Up—B, K
Joyful Noise Choir—C
9:00 Manicures—B
2:00 Movie & Popcorn—All Bldgs.
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Bingo—K
Bible Study—B
Banana Splits—A, J
Shape Up—B
2:00 Movie & Popcorn—All Bldgs.
BUILDING ACTIVITIES
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8:00 Good Time Tours to Biloxi, MS—
Pickup in Back of Comm. Cntr
9:00 St. Anne’s Comm.
9:30 Bingo—C
10:45 Lunch @ Jerry’s Drive-In
2:00 Bus Ride—D, H, I, J, K
3:30 Shape Up—E/F
10:00 Shape Up—I
10:30 Dominoes—A
1:30 Milk and Cookies w/
Covenant Hospice—I
9:30 Bingo—A, K
10:00 Bible Study—B
1:30 Jack-O-Lantern
Floats—C, D
2:30 Shape Up—B, K
2—7 Craft Show
3—4 Car Show
3—7 Fall Festival
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9:30 Bingo—K
10:00 Bible Study—B
2:00 Elvis—Comm. Center
10:00 Pensacola Bay Wind
Ensemble—E/F
2:00 Movie & Popcorn—All Bldgs.
9:00
9:30
1:00
3:30
5:30
St. Anne’s Comm.
Bingo—C
Cooking Club—B, D
Shape Up—E/F
Pine Forest Baptist
Church Choir—B
9:00
10:00
10:30
1:30
Beltone—E/F
Shape Up—I
Coffee Club—C, H
Pensacola Interstate Fair
Cost: $5.00
Activities will be between Bldg. B
and the Victorian Restaurant.