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Byrdstown, Tenn. – Pickett Care & Rehabilitation Center has been named to U.S. News & World Report’s Best Nursing Homes 2014 list.

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In recognition of National Volunteer Week the devoted volunteers of PCR where acknowledged for their contributions and dedication to enhance the quality of life for our Elders.  As a token of our appreciation the volunteers were given a small gift, provided a delicious lunch and musical entertainment by Bailey and Brianna Amomett.  We would like to thank all of our volunteers that were unable to attend the celebration.

HEE HAW presented by the DAV/DAVA with music by the Cross-Brothers Band and the Allen Family was held at the Pickett County K-8 School Saturday March 29th as a fundraiser for our Annual Elder Vacation. We would like to thank everyone that came out and contributed to our fundraiser, the DAV/DAVA, Cross-Brothers Band, and Allen Family for putting on a great show! We would also like to thank: BMC, B&K, Brown’s Funeral Chapel, and Fitzerald’s Glider Kits for their contribution to our Elder’s Vacation.

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The ladies from the Pickett County Knitters Group paid us a visit this week bearing gifts.  These talented ladies from our community delivered beautiful handmade shawls and lap blankets.  We enjoyed modeling and admiring our new gifts.  Even Jeff got in on the modeling.  Their thoughtfulness is so very much appreciated.

Roses are Red, Shamrocks are Green, This was the Sweetest Thing We’ve Ever Seen!

Valentine’s Day was shared with visits from the Kindergarten, 1st Grade, and Home School Group. After tallying the votes from our Elders and staff we crowned our Valentine’s King and Queen.  The Honor of our 2014 King and Queen went to Frank and Kathleen Stephenson, whom have been married for 70 years. We spent the afternoon playing games, enjoying the beautiful cake created by Libby and a harmonica performance by Frank Stephenson.

Meet Elder John Conner – show car driver for Richard Petty – EDEN’s Voice of the Elder with LifeBio. Read more about John on LifeBio.

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We have several Stakeholders that are expecting babies this year, so the elders in our sewing club decided there was no better gift than a quilt. They work each week cutting squares and laying out the patterns to then piece together to have quilted . They also spend the time reminiscing about when their children were born and growing up.

We recognized our wonderful activity staff for National Activity Professionals Week on Friday 24th. We spent the afternoon enjoying cake, punch, and fellowship. The activity staff  was presented with the special gifts from everyone here at the Home and also treated to spend the afternoon sitting and mingling with the elders rather than serving the cake and punch!

The forecast said snow was heading our way so elders got into the mood by making pinecone skiing snowmen!

What better way to warm up on a snowy day than with a Mexican lunch! Blue Bells Alma Denney and Virginia Howard and Blue Beau Lynnville Davis enjoyed lunch at Dos Amigos. It may have been a snowy day, but that didn’t stop them from getting out and about!