The Wellsville Retirement Community is arranged into three neighborhoods, each with its various sized rooms and each with its own kitchen, dining and lounge area. Many services are offered like a spa, massage, rehabilitation, salon, bingo, games, parties, motorcycle rides, devotions and bible studies. The monthly calendar is chock full of activities.
Lunch was very good and President Midge Casselman took this time to tie up some loose ends of club business. Two motions were made, seconded and passed to make a $25 donation to the Gardner History Museum and pay Donna Wasserfallen $20 for materials for the new program books, which incoming President Dorothy Jones handed out to the members.
The Gardner museum is housed in the old Foster Home built by Mr. Foster who owned a Mercantile business in Gardner in late 1800s and early 1900s. The house was unusual in that there were closets built in the upstairs bedrooms and there also was a bathroom upstairs. Railroad memorabilia was featured from a collection of Jim Fohs, the last station agent of the Gardner Railroad Depot.
Twelve members enjoyed the 2014 Spring Fling.
— Submitted by
Carol Cramer, reporter