National Iced Tea Day

May 31, 2021 — On a hot summer day, a refreshing glass of iced tea cannot be beat! National Iced Tea Day is celebrated on June 10th. Some people find it difficult to drink sufficient amounts of water daily, but caffeine-free iced tea might be the answer. Whether you enjoy sweet tea or unsweetened tea, swap your coffee for... Read More

Happy Juneteenth!

May 31, 2021 — Juneteenth ( June 19) is also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day and Emancipation Day. It is not a national holiday, but most states recognize it either as a state holiday or special commemoration day. Texas recognized it as a state holiday in 1980. Texans share a piece of history with Army Major... Read More

Congrats!

April 30, 2021 — Congratulations to Denise Collins, our new Activities Director! Denise is a veteran employee who has been here at SNRC for 10 years. She has been a CNA, MedTech and now moving into activities. We know you will excel, and we cannot wait for all the new fun activities

Healthcare Hero

April 30, 2021 — Congratulations to Jessica Edelen our Healthcare Hero of the Month! Jessica goes above and beyond providing compassionate care to our residents, we are blessed to have her here at SNRC!

May 26: Senior Health & Fitness Day

April 29, 2021 — National Senior Health & Fitness Day is a nationwide health and fitness event for aging adults. May 26 recognizes the importance of regular physical activity, and highlights what local organizations are doing to improve the health and fitness of older adults in their communities. Seniors need regular exercise to maintain muscle tone, boost endurance and... Read More

May is National Salad Month

April 29, 2021 — Salads have been eaten throughout history since the Roman Empire made them popular! The word “salad” comes from the Latin word sal (meaning: salt) that was used to season wild leafy greens. Now salad is defined as a cold dish of various mixtures of raw or cooked vegetables, usually seasoned with oil, vinegar, or other... Read More

Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 9

April 29, 2021 — Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family (whether it is a biological mother, surrogate, foster, aunt, cousin, neighbor, nana, or grandmother), as well as motherhood. The American incarnation of Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis and Julie Ward Howe in 1908 and became an official U.S. holiday six years later... Read More

Earth Day: Helping the Environment and Ourselves

April 9, 2021 — April 22 marks the 51st anniversary of Earth Day, begun in 1970 and celebrated around the world. Earth Day reminds us of our personal and collective responsibility to preserve and protect our environment. For many, the word “environment” means the natural world: the mountains, forests, rivers, oceans, animals, and the air around us. To others, the... Read More

Hark thee! ‘Tis Talk like Shakespeare Day!

April 9, 2021 — National Talk Like Shakespeare Day, April 23, honors playwright, poet, actor, and writer William Shakespeare. Although his birthday is questionable, many scholars suggest it was April 23, 1564. Truly happenstance, Shakespeare passed on the same day 52 years later! This holiday was first declared by Chicago Mayor Daley on the 445th anniversary of the famous... Read More