4th of July Games

July 2, 2021 — If you’re hosting a 4th of July party, there are hours and hours to fill before the highlight events of the day begin: the fireworks! Guessing Game – These games are always popular for just about any occasion. Fill a large jar with peppermint candy (the red and white striped kind) and decorate it with... Read More

Ice Cream Facts

July 2, 2021 — I scream, you scream, we all scream for… Ice Cream Month! To this day, the history of ice cream remains a mystery. However, many say that the first ice cream is credited to Emperor Nero of Rome. It was a mixture of snow, nectar, fruit pulp, and honey. Others proclaim that Marco Polo, a 13th... Read More

Watercolor Month

July 2, 2021 — Here are some of the best reasons to try watercolor painting: It is easy – when compared to other types of painting, watercolor painting is really easy and you can expect better results in a very short time. It is fast – there are certain techniques that you should learn in watercolor painting. Once you... Read More

Bite-Sized Hot Dog Facts

July 2, 2021 — It’s probably no surprise that July is Hot Dog Month, but July 21 is also National Hot Dog Day. The hot dog is one of the most iconic American foods with Americans consuming more than billion of them each year during the summer! Sausage was developed in 13th century Germany and brought to the U.S.... Read More

Great Ideas for Summer Parties or Get Togethers

July 2, 2021 — After last year, everyone is looking forward to this summer— especially family togethers and cookouts! No matter who you are with, what your summer or 4th of July traditions are or how you celebrate, there are many ways to enjoy the summer. Here are some easy ways to make this year memorable: Go for lots... Read More

National Therapeutic Recreation Week

July 2, 2021 — Celebrate National Therapeutic Recreation this July 11-17, as we honor recreational therapists and the importance of activities that help the recovery and healing of people with various disabilities. Therapeutic recreation programs may include sports, expressive arts, muscle relaxation techniques, gardening, and many other enjoyable activities.

Hero of the Month

May 31, 2021 — Erin Thompson is being honored as the June, Hero of the Month. Erin has grown with ENRC and recently became a Licensed Practical Nurse. She has spent a long time with us as a CMT, and we are so proud to have watched her become an amazing nurse. Erin is known for being a very... Read More

Resident of the Month: Michael R.

May 31, 2021 — Mr. Michael R. is a kind, friendly fellow who has been living at ENRC for just less than a year. Michael enjoys anything that gets him outdoors, especially fishing and hunting. Michael is proud to share that he is originally from Lexington and used to work at a car wash, which was perfect for keeping... Read More

Activity Highlights

May 31, 2021 — May was a fun and busy month. Check out these photo highlights from Nurse Appreciation Week as we played game show type games on the lawn for the residents to enjoy. They loved watching us make fools of ourselves. Crystal (Administrator) and Leanne (Community Liaison) faced the nurses as they were soaked with water guns... Read More

Sewing Machine Day: June 13

May 31, 2021 — The first American sewing machines were manufactured in New Hartford, Connecticut. They revolutionized textile manufacturing. With increased productivity the cost of textiles went down and clothing became more accessible to the common person. Do you remember when you first learned to sew? Who taught you? Was it your mother, grandmother, sister, aunt or possibly a... Read More