Cerenity Nursing Home. Thursday, December 27, 2007

  • Cerenity Nursing Home. Thursday, December 27, 2007

    Vacation Day, no school. It-was a gray cloudy winter day. It was a snow emergency day. It was cold. The students and staff put on a great show of love and friendship.

    We shared with the wonderful people at Cerenity in a happy and joyful celebration. We sang, danced and shared Friendship time with the residents. "You group was awesome and we love your visits," one resident stated. We sang Feliz Navidad and many more Christmas songs and wished them a "Happy New Year." Jennifer served us cookies and hot chocolate at the end. Thank you!! We 'met Ai Smith who graduated from Humboldt H.S. in 1941. WOW!! We all went out to McDonald's for lunch and fun after the visit. We sang Feliz Navidad to the customers at McDonald's and they joined us in a happy song.

    No small act of kindness is ever wasted is our philosophy. No man is an island, we are all connected to each as we travel through life. These are great kids doing great things.

    We Share, We Care. We Serve, We Learn. Today's Students, Tomorrow's Leaders.

     

    Senior Super Stars who Shared and Cared.

    Alphonso Gordon, Pheng Yang, Tom Lor, Mai Chor Lee, Haben Adhanom, Chafie Thao, Xai Cheng, teddy Getachew, Kevin Michael, Deb Lou, Jean Ruth, David Daniel. Juniors, Daniel John.

    Sophomores, Myrahcke Ketcham, Chris Richard, Karina Williams, Sahmad Nakurnbe, LourdesSanchez.

    Freshmen, Rebecca Schilling, Enrique Robles, Cha Yang, Rakem New(Crosswinds), Grade school, Angelique Gordon, 6th, Highwood Hills, Marina Weems, 7th, Ames.

    Super Staff Members, John Ekblad, Science Teacher, Nikki Schilling, Teacher, Ames. Blanca Equia, Staff Humboldt H. S, Adults, Jean Allan, Pat Lynch.

    Alumni, Anthia Johnson, 81. Paul Technical College.

    Friendship Club, 1964-2007,43 years of teaching Leadership, Citizenship and Service to the Community. We miss no school or class time to serve others. We receive no money, grades or credit for serving others. We accept all and reject none. We are open to people of all ages, races, faiths, abilities, schools and boys and girls. We have served over 50,000 people in the last 43

    years. Over 15,000 people of all ages have served others in the community. We do people projects such as visiting nursing homes, high rises, cancer homes and senior citizens in their homes. We plant gardens, flowers and trees. We pick up litter and trash from lakes, rivers, parks, schools and neighborhoods. Friday is Friendship Day and Wednesday is Kindness Day.

     

    Friendship Club, Founders Gary M.Ales, Jean Allan

    1964-2007 43 year of Sharing and Caring with great student and staff and people.