Making our courtyard beautiful, one raised flower bed at a time!

Pinning Ceremony

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We would like to give huge congratulations and thank you to everyone of our stakeholders who received rewards and pins for years of service within our home. We appreciate all your hard work and dedication to our elders for making their lives better by providing excellent care.

  • Angela Beam – 1 year
  • Gladys Blanton – 1 year
  • Anna K. Call – 1 year
  • Michaela Coulter – 1 year
  • Pamela Diemer – 1 year
  • Leanna Littlejohn – 1 year
  • Jacqueline K Moore – 1 year
  • Jessica Yates – 1 year
  • Janet Clark – 3 years
  • Jennifer Fugate – 3 years
  • Keri Jewell – 3 years
  • Tammy King – 3 years
  • Bridget Furness – 5 years
  • Marilyn Stump – 5 Years
  • Rachel Thurman – 5 years
  • Pamela “Susie” Bowman – 15 Years
  • Samantha Hale – 15 Years
  • Amanda Lampkin – 15 years

Wickland Baptist Church Youth Group

Over the weekend we had a group of volunteers volunteer their time to give back to the community. These young men and women pulled weeds, painted, and helped clean, all from the kindness of their hearts. Our elders really enjoyed all the hard work and social time they had together.

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Elder’s Garden

The elder’s and stakeholder’s here at Colonial would like to give a big shout out to MVP of Balltown for the donated flowers to add to our garden. Our elder’s were very surprised and loved all the flowers. They could not wait to get to planting them and adding some color to their home.

New Quality of Life Assistant

We want to extend a welcome back to our Quality of Life Assistant, Heather Hall. Our elder’s and stakeholder’s are so happy to see her return to Signature HealthCARE at Colonial. Together we will do great things with the QOL department.


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Elders & Flowers

Our elder’s decided that today it would be great to take advantage of this beautiful weather and do some gardening. Pulling weeds, and soaking up the rays at the same time.

“It’s really nice to be able to get out and enjoy some fresh air and to get our hands dirty at the same time. Reminds me of my childhood.” – Mrs. Pharmer