Terraces Tempo – March 16, 2022

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Mountain House Weekly Activities

  1. Members taking a virtual tour of Stockholm.
  2. Mrs. Gross in our art class led by Kathy.
  3. Maggie Strickland playing Bingo.
  4. Our Memory Care Guide, Kameron playing a game of Bingo with Mrs. Gross.

Beauty Shop

National Artichoke Day

There will be Happy Hour on March 16th at 3:00pm. Spinach artichoke dip with pita chips will also be served as a snack.

St. Patrick’s Day Social

To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th, culinary will serve Bangers for a lunch option at 2:00pm. A Corned Beef and Cabbage option will also be served for dinner.

National Poultry Day

To celebrate National Poultry Day on March 19th, Fried Chicken (a household favorite) will be served for lunch or dinner.

World Water Day

To celebrate World Water Day on March 22nd, culinary will setup a Hydration Station on each floor.

American Diabetes Alert Day

On March 23rd, culinary will do a Sugar Free vs. Regular Activity available to Members in their household.

National Cocktail Day

On March 24th, Members will sample Thirsty Thursday “Mocktails” & Cocktails 4:30pm (Before Dinner beverages).

International Waffle Day

On March 25th at 1:00pm at the Bistro Area, Members will enjoy a “Waffle Cone or Bowl Sundae Bar” with all the toppings.

The Terraces Contact Information

Terraces Contact Information

Need to contact someone at The Terraces? Here is how to reach us:

  • Kameron Bradley (470) 831-4408
  • Dr. Alexandra Evancho (205) 447-6846
  • Dr. Eleni Footman (407) 547-0625
  • Shannon Hennessy (760) 814-0337
  • Brandon O’Ree (678) 619-5600
  • Nadine Pierre Louis (470) 547-0613
  • Gerri Cooper (678) 619-5600
  • Shenna Scott-Heyward (404) 973-4153
  • Brigette Smith (470) 831-4392
  • Tameka Stevenson (678) 619-5600
  • Ebony Washington (678) 619-5600
  • Tonya Fisher (470) 538-0969

Weekly Inspiration

“Keep your face always towards the sunshine, and shadows will fall behind you.” – Walt Whitman