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MMH residents celebrate August birthdays

Residents of the Mennonite Memorial Home, Bluffton, who celebrate birthdays in August follow:
2nd - Claude Boyer
5th - Veda McFarland
6th - Julia Gable
7th - Doris Basinger
10th - Bertie Kiracofe
20th - Phyllis Osborne
22nd - Trula Polser
21st - Eleanor Baumgardner
22nd - Jerry Marshall
30th - Wayne Amstutz

MMH seeks handcrafted items for Sept. 29 silent auction

Persons willing to donate handcrafted items for this fall's Mennonite Memorial Home Service Group's silent auction may contact Mary Ring for details.
The event is Saturday, Sept. 29 at MMH, Maple Crest and throughout the community.
Persons interested in having a handcrafted item donated to the MMH auction may contact Ring at 419-358-1015, ext. 248.
Items should be delivered to the MMH by Friday, Sept. 21. The items will be on display in the Mennonite Home lobby from Sept. 24 to 29 and bids will be collected during the display. The silent auction ends on Sept. 29.

August worship leaders announced at MMH

Worship service leaders are announced for August at the Mennonite Memorial Home. Those follow:
Sunday morning, 9:30 a.m.
Aug. 5 - Chaplain Bill Herr
Aug. 12 - Mike Downey
Aug. 19 - Chaplain Bill Herr
Aug. 26 - Don Rock
Tuesday evening, 6:30 p.m.
Aug. 7 - David Lanquist, Riley Creek Baptist
Aug. 14 - John McMinn, Bluffton Baptist
Aug. 21 - Steve Ramsey, Good Hope Lutheran
Aug. 28 - Sister Carol Inkrott, St. Mary's Catholic

Maple Crest, Mennonite Home food service staff want meals to be residents' "best experience"

Patricia Arendorf

By Jake Dowling, Icon intern
The Icon intern recently talked with Patricia Arendorf, Food Service Coordinator at Maple Crest Senior Living Village, and with Andre Hawks, Food Service Director at Mennonite Memorial Home. We've combined these two interviews into one story.
PATRICIA ARENDORF
Eight years since graduating from college and working various culinary jogs, Patricia Arendorf has finally found what she has always intended to do.

Maple Crest begins Sunday buffets - first event Aug. 5

Maple Crest Senior Living, Bluffton, will begin offering a series of buffets starting Sunday, Aug. 5, according to Daren Lee, director of Maple Crest.

The menu for Aug. 5 will include tossed salad, breadsticks, chicken parmesan, cheese tortellini with basil pesto sauce, roasted asparagus, homemade angel food cake, coffee and iced tea.
The buffets will be offered in the Patio Room at Maple Crest from noon to 2 p.m. The meals is open to all adults 55 and older at a cost of $5 per person.

Maple Crest August activity calendar on The Icon

Icon viewers may now read the August events calendar for Maple Crest. It is posted in an attachment at the bottom of this story.

"Pantasia" Steelband performs Concert on the Lawn Aug. 19 at Mennonite Home

Findlay HS Band "Pantasia"

Mennonite Memorial Home, 410 W. Elm St., Bluffton, invites the public to its annual community "Concert on the Lawn," at 6:30 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 19.
The public is invited to the outdoor concert on the backyard lawn of Mennonite Memorial Home where they will hear the Caribbean music of Pantasia, a steel-drum band from Findlay High School.

MHCO job fair Aug. 2 for Green House STNA and nurse positions

Mennonite Home Communities of Ohio (MHCO), a continuing care retirement community in Bluffton, is hosting a Job Fair for the positions of Shahbaz (Caregiver/STNA) and Nurse in the new Green House homes, which will open in October or November of this year.
The Job Fair will be held at First Mennonite Church, 101 S. Jackson St., Bluffton, on Thursday, Aug. 2. Interested persons may arrive anytime between 12:30-4 p.m. and should allow 90 minutes for the process.

Maple Crest "performers" share their talents

Richard Bucher performing

Residents and community members packed the house for the Maple Crest Senior Living Community's, talent show on July 12.

Sorry, she's not "Home" - a story that could some day take place in Bluffton

In a recent Blog post, Dr. Allen Power, MD, tells the following story. (Dr. Power is an Eden Mentor at St. John's Home in Rochester, N.Y., and Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Rochester.)

One consequence of opening a new living space like our Green Houses is that it lays bare some aspects of institutional care that never occurred to me before. This seems to happen with regularity these days. Here's a story.

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