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Today's Activities  

7:00 pm  Keystone Sing-a-

             Long, Lounge

On Thursday, October 18, the Fitness & Aquatic center will be closed from 11 am 4 pm to upgrade the lighting system.Wellness

ATTENTION

If you wish to complete the Holleran survey on-line, click here, and you must enter the password.

You can now take a look at the new MyErickson web site for Ann's Choice in its early stages.  Click here, then Sign On As Guest, then click on Ann's Choice, and you can move around.  Remember, some things are still being built.

Getting close at Chestnut Pointe  - click on the image.

Keystone KraftersVISIT THE KEYSTONE KRAFTERS FOR A SNEEK PREVIEW OF ITEMS FOR SALE AT THE NOVEMBER  CRAFT FAIR 11/2 AND 11/3

Ivy Glen carpet information.

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If you liked Elvis Presley back in the day, click here.  We also got a letter from a new resident.  Take a look - scroll down a bit below the Elvis article.

Buy/Sell/Want/Free

Rocker/recliner, Never used Vera Bradley garment bag, Never used CD/DVD cases, lift chair, health meter. Car, Towle ornaments. Used Car wanted.     BUY/SELL

Want to laugh today?  You had only one job and best friends. church poster, pics of animals in tight spaces, sayings and cartoons.  

Humor to enjoy

Personal

Send us notice and pictures of personal events - birthdays, anniversaries, anything, etc., and we will capture them here.

ELVIS PRESLEY
This was recorded just prior to his death in 1977.The world lost a great entertainer  on that day in August.!

When Elvis Presley hit the road in June 1977, he was an absolute mess.  He was only 42, but years of prescription drug abuse and horrifying dietary habits had left him bloated, depressed and near death.  He had an enlarged heart, an enlarged intestine, hypertension and incredibly painful bowel problems.  He was barely sleeping and should have probably been in the hospital, but he was still a huge draw on the concert circuit and the money was too good to turn down.
 
It had been over a year since Elvis last released a studio album, and his
manager, Colonel Tom Parker,  was determined to get more product into the stores.  Despite Elvis' horrid shape, Parker arranged for a camera crew to film the June 19th show in Omaha for a planned TV special and live album.

It eventually did  air on CBS two months after Elvis died, but  has yet to
resurface in any official capacity.  Of course this isn't the image of
Elvis that his estate wants the fans to remember.
 
Two days later  (21 June) , the cameras were still rolling when the tour
hit Rapid City, South Dakota.  It was another weak and sad night until
Elvis sat down at the piano near the end of the show to deliver what was  a spellbinding rendition of "Unchained Melody." As guitarist Charlie Hodge held a microphone,  Elvis dug deep and poured his heart into the song.
 
His body was  falling apart, but his voice remained almost as powerful as
ever. Without any doubt, it's the last great moment of his career.  The
tour limped  along through five more shows, wrapping up June 26th at the Market Square  Arena in Indianapolis, Indiana.  He died less than two
months later. Here's that great  performance. (CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW.)

http://www.flixxy.com/elvis-presley-unchained-melody-with-never-seen-before-intro.htm

NEW RESIDENT LETTER AND POEM

Click here to open the letter from our new residents.
It may be a little hard to read.
letter1.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [241.0 KB]

A recent lunch birthday party for Nancy

Nancy Woods recently celebrated her 95th birthday with some friends.

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