The countdown to Thanksgiving has begun! Family members, if you have not RSVP’d for the CCRC Thanksgiving Luncheon please do so by Friday, November 10th at 4 pm, remember, only 2 guest per resident. Click the link below to view our November newsletter!
This Saturday, October 14th CCRC will proudly host the 2017 HOT 100 for the Murfreesboro Bike club. 2017 marks the 27th year of this ride. The ride is an annual event presented by the MBC which provides and encourages cycling to all levels of riders. There will be a 15, 30, 63, and 100 mile rides all starting at 7:00 am. The routes take riders through some of the most beautiful and scenic roads of Rutherford, Bedford, and Cannon Counties.
Join us on October 26th at 6pm for CCRC’s Trick or Treat party. We are opening the doors to the community to Trick or Treat with our residents! We will also have a costume contest for the kids. The contest will be held in the H and I dayroom. The age brackets will be the best dressed girl and boy from 0-5 and best dressed girl and boy from 6-12. Parents and adults don’t forget to dress up also! Residents will be at their doorways or common areas anxiously waiting to hand out candy to the kids!
The Thanksgiving Luncheon for residents and their families will be on Saturday, November 18th at noon. Please RSVP to Bobbie Benford Monday through Friday from 8am – 4pm at 615-893-2624. The cut-off for your RSVP is at 4 pm on Friday, November 10th. We are only able have a two guest limit per resident to be able to have adequate seating and space; we are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. We will not be taking reservations after that date, nor will we be able to seat you if you do not RSVP. Families and friends that do not RSVP are able to purchase a meal ticket and eat with your loved ones in there room. We will have very limited seating set up in the common areas for residents who would like to eat together and have no guest. If you have any questions, please contact a member of the Activities Department.
This year is our 14th “Hall of Trees” campaign benefiting Toys for Tots. This is a great way to market your organization’s name and at the same time raise money for a great cause. The trees have been a highlight of our season and give our elders who live here at Community Care a chance to share the holiday season with their loved ones and let them share in the joy of Christmas and giving. The deadline to register for this event is fast approaching and is November 1st, 2017. The trees will need to be up and decorated by November 30th and will be displayed until the conclusion of the Silent Auction on December 8th at 4 pm. Remember the more toys under your tree the better! All toys under the trees will be given to Toys for Tots; our residents will be using the money to go shopping for toys to be delivered. There will be recognition for participation and winning in the Daily News Journal and The Murfreesboro Post. We hope you will join us this Christmas season in sharing the gift of giving to the children of Rutherford County, making their Christmas especially blessed. If you are interested in helping us please contact a member of the Activities Department @ (615) 893-2624 or email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will supply you with more details. You can also fill out the registration form below if you would like to participate.
Happy Fall Ya’ll! Its that time of year where residents will be enjoying the holidays! Our upcoming events are Halloween Trick or Treating, Thanksgiving Luncheon, Hall of Trees, and of course Christmas. Please keep and eye on our Facebook page and notices around the facility about upcoming events. To kick of the holiday days, please check out our October newsletter. In it you will find notices about upcoming events.
Fall is approaching! We have lots of fun activities planned for the month of September! Please come and join us for all the fun! Please click on the link below to access our September newsletter. Also, please note that there was an error in the Bell Buckle trip in the newsletter, the correct dates are listed below.
September 1 – Heritage Island
September 8 – Cornersville
September 15 – Route 87
September 22 – Heritage Island
September 29 – Cornersville
My name is Kelsey Nix and I am the MTSU student who has been doing my 300-hour internship with the Activities Department over the past few months here at CCRC. I wanted to take the time to sincerely say THANK YOU to the entire staff and to all of the residents here for welcoming me into your home with open arms! My mentors in the Activities Department have taught me so much and I could never thank them enough for their guidance and for the wisdom that they have shared with me during my time here. From each and every department that makes this home what it is, I have learned so much from all of you and I am humbled by your hard work and dedication. Not only have I developed professionally but I have also gained a greater appreciation for what a home truly can be. A home is made up of people who care for, love, and depend on one another, and CCRC is exactly that and I can honestly say I have seen it firsthand. I have met so many inspiring people along the way, and I will never forget my time here. This place is technically called a nursing home but I absolutely see it as a home first and foremost! It is a place filled with people who genuinely love life and who are thankful to be where they are; with the family and friends whom they love. Thank you CCRC for being the wonderful place you are! I promise I will come back to visit often!
Please click on the link below to access our August 2017 Newsletter. They are also available in the facility so please come in and see us!
Please click on the link below to access the July 2017 newsletter.
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