Just a reminder on the recycling items.
News papers can be put in the blue boxes in
the parkade or can be put in clear plastic
bags, tied at the top and put in the green
dumpster container with the cardboard and
boxboard.
Boxboard does not go in the blue recycle
boxes.
Magazines go in the in the blue box with a
sign labeled magazines. Nothing else goes in
that box.
If you have a service request, put it in the
maintenance log book at the reception desk.
You can call the desk and have them enter the
information in the book also.
Air Conditions – If you are going to run your
a/c please keep the windows closed. This
applies to both buildings.
These units are not designed to cool the air
outside of your suite.
Thank-you
Ken Nealis-Building Maintenance Manager
Attention shopping cart users. If you are
bringing shopping carts from Safeway,
Zeller’s, or anywhere else, please return
them.
Thanks.
Dr. Hemstock Residence News:
Gordon Goodfellow and Marion
Napper have left us for long term
care. Eileen Sharp will be leaving us
at the end of June as well. We wish
her well in her new home. Welcome
to Gerry Everett who will be moving
over from Hearthstone Place.
Dr. Hemstock Residence & Hearthstone Place Monthly
Newsletter
June
2012
With Beth Sabraw and Brittany Klassen
Celebrating
June
June Birthday & Anniversary
Celebrations
Audiobook Month
Hearthstone Place News:
Welcome to Elizabeth Sjoquist who
will be joining us in June.
If you would like your rent taken
out of the bank every month
automatically, please see me about
signing up for pre authorized
payment. It’s easy to do and every
month you still get your invoice as
normal but you don’t have to come
down to the office to pay. Then if
you are away for any reason, your
rent is always paid on time
Just a Reminder:
Dr. Hemstock residence promotes
an environment where everyone will
be treated and spoken to with
respect and dignity. Please join us
in meeting that objective. Verbal or
Physical Abuse will not tolerated.
Ingrid Helmer
Office Manager
Bathroom Reading Month
Boat Month
Hugh Morrell – June 8
Tomi Nelson – June 11
Gordon Tonsaker – June 12
Candy Month
May Reeves – June 13
Flip a Coin Day
June 1
Peggy Davidson – June 13
Banana Split Festival Days
June 8–9
Caroline Seniuk – June 19
Duct Tape Days
June 15–17
George & Vivienne Popowich – June 19 ♥
Men’s Health Week
June 11–17
Eva Elliot – June 24
World Juggling Day
June 16
Father’s Day BBQ
June 14
Dorothy Hiltz- June 18
Glen Weir – June 19
Sylvia Fisher – June 24
Jean Brannick – June 25
Anne McCaw – June 26
Jim & Jo Cross – June 27 ♥
Irene Hauth – June 28
Ed Winter – June 30
Henry Loewen – June 30
Doreen O’Grady – June 30
June 2012
Are you familiar with the national birds of other
countries? Unscramble the jumbled letters below to
reveal that country’s national bird:
**Please check your WEEKLY Calendar and
Wipe Boards for Changes for Activities**
June 4-8 –Senior’s Week
Heartburn and Reflux Problems
June 4 - Greenhouse Tour to Castle Garden and
Wickham’s leaving the front doors of Hemstock
at 10:30am-Bagged Lunch from Kitchen on the way!
June 5- Picnic with Points West (Weather Permitting)
at 11:30am
June 6 – Container Gardening Demonstration with
Chuck King from “Greenjay Greenhouse” in the M.P.
Room at 1:30! Come on down!!
June 7 – Sing Along Group going over to Pioneer
Lodge at 1:30pm
June 8 – R.C. MASS at 10:00am. Planting bedding
plants at 10:00am outside M.P. Room(Weather
Permitting)
June 11 – Bishop Lloyd recital in the M.P. Room at
1:00pm
June 12 – “Walking Through Grief” Support Group
with Shirley Scott at 1:30pm in the Chapel. Bible
Study in the Chapel at 7:00pm
June 14- Fathers Day BBQ in the Café at 11:30am
with activities to following the afternoon.
June 20 – Gold Eagle Casino Trip to North
Battleford. Leaving at 10:00am from the front doors
of Hemstock
June 21 – Country Drive Outing-Destination to be
announced.
June 24- Mennonite Singers at 7:30pm in the M.P.
Room
June 26th – “Walking Through Greif” with Shirley
Scott in the Chapel at 1:30pm
June 27th – Birthday & Anniversary Party at 7:00pm
Many people suffer from heartburn. Heartburn is
when the stomach contents flow back into the
esophagus and cause a burning sensation. Majority
of people will suffer from heartburn sometime in
their life. If you suffer from heartburn you should
see your doctor to rule out any other medical
problems. Here are a few things you could try to
reduce heartburn.
1. Avoid spicy, acidic, tomato based foods.
Some foods like chocolate, fruit juices and
citrus foods bother some people and some
don’t. When you find certain foods that
seem to give you more indigestion, try and
avoid them.
2. Limit coffee, tea, alcohol and pop.
Sometimes caffeine will bother some
people.
3. Watch your weight. Being overweight will
increase abdominal pressure and will cause
the stomach content to flow back into the
esophagus.
4. Don’t gorge yourself at mealtime. Just eat
till you are comfortable.
5. Don’t exercise too soon after eating.
6. Wait at least 3-4 hours after a meal before
you lay down.
7. Cut back on your smoking if quitting is not
an option.
8. You can try elevating your head when lying
down; by an extra pillow, blanket under
your mattress or raising the head of your
bed on blocks.
1. France
O R T R S O E
2. New Zealand
W I I K
3. Bahamas
O G A L I F N M
4. India
C A C O P K E
5. Norway
P D E P R I
6. Romania
L C I P A E N
7. Sweden
R B K A C B I D L
8. Austria
W A L W L S O
18 Life Lessons
1. Life isn’t fair but it’s still good.
2. When in doubt, just take the next small step.
3. Life is too short to waste time hating anyone.
4. Your job won’t take care of you when you are
sick, your friends and parents will, keep in touch.
5. Pay off your credit cards every month.
6. You don’t have to win every argument, agree to
disagree.
7. Cry with someone, it’s more healing than crying
alone.
8. It’s OK to get angry with God. He can take it.
9. Save for retirement starting with your first
paycheck.
10. When it comes to chocolate, resistance is futile.
11. It’s OK to let your children see you cry.
12. Don’t compare yourself to others, you have no
idea what their journey is all about.
13. Everything can change in the blink of an eye, but
don’t worry God never blinks.
14. Take a deep breath it calms the mind.
15. Get rid of anything useful, beautiful or joyful.
16. Frame every so called disaster with “In 5 yrs will
this matter”?
17. If we threw all our problems in a pile and saw
everyone else’s, we’d grab ours back.
18. Growing old beats the alternative-dying young.
We are now using our spring and summer menu and
as such you will notice that there are more cold
plates and light items presented. This is available to
help combat the heat of summer as well to give a
fresh change. I will be using the feedback from
resident request meals to see about incorporating
some of the more positive items into the summer
menu.
With the coming of summer we would like to
remind people to keep hydrated by drinking plenty
of liquids. Items such as fresh fruit, juices, and water
are best; but even herbal teas or milk can help.
Drinks like Gatorade will help with maintaining
hydration as well as your potassium and sodium
levels but can have a large number of calories from
sugar so be careful if you use these types of drinks.
Coffee and tea while they are comprised mostly of
water have caffeine and therefore tend to leave you
more dehydrated in the long term.
Lance Turcotte- Dining Services Manager
____________________________
LIFE ENRICHMENT NOTICES:
Summer is coming!! We will be having more
outings and BBQs coming up in the warmer
weather. Please note that activities planned
may change due to weather and other
circumstances. Please remember to sign up
for activities and outings in the blue binder
under the notice board across from
Reception.
If you or anyone you know has ideas or
suggestions for activities and outings coming
up that you would like to attend, please see
Beth or Brittney in Recreation!
Here’s to a great summer!!!
----------------------------**Also you will notice that the fish tank is
gone, we are downsizing to a smaller
tank**. It will be in the same spot, just
smaller. Thank-you for understanding!
~ One-third of your life is spent
sleeping.
~ Everybody dreams. EVERYBODY!
Simply because you do not
remember your dream does not
mean that you do not dream. In fact,
you have several dreams during a
normal night of sleep.
~ Dreams are indispensable. A lack
of dream activity may imply some
protein deficiency or a personality
disorder.
~ On average, you can dream
anywhere from one to two hours
every night. Moreover, you can have
four to seven dreams in one night.
~ Blind people do dream. Whether
visual images appear in their dreams
depend on whether they were blind
at birth or became blind later in life.
~ Studies have shown that your
brain waves are more active when
you are dreaming than when we are
awake.
~ People who are in the process of
giving up smoking tend to have longer
and more intense dreams
~ Toddlers do not dream about
themselves. They do not appear in
their own dreams until the age of 3
or 4.
~ If you are snoring, then you
cannot be dreaming.
~ Nightmares are common in
children, typically beginning at
around age 3 and occurring up to
age 7-8.
June
2012
Your Services
For Your Information
Department Supervisors and
Managers
General Manager
Adele Bachand
Office Manager
Ingrid Helmer
Resident Service Manager
Terry Swan
Building Maintenance
Manager Ken Nealis
Dining Services Manager
Lance Turcotte
Life Enrichment Manager
Beth Sabraw
Marketing
Donna Golinowski
Housekeeping Manager
Wendy Shewchuk
We would like to take this time and say Welcome to our
MONTHLY Newsletter. If any of you would like to receive our
weekly calendars, or Monthly Newsletter by email please
contact us at lem.dhr@diversicare.ca and we would be happy to
send them to you. This way you can stay up to date with our
“Happenings at Home”.
Services
Hair Salon
Shelley is available by appointment only, for all your hair needs
on Wednesday, Thursday & Friday each week. You can
contact her to book your appointment at 306 825-5550. Gift
Certificates are available upon request.
Massage by Tina
Tina is available on Monday and Tuesdays for Massages, you
can reach Tina at 780 872-6870. Gift Certificates are available
for you and your family.
Tuck Shop
Is open daily for a variety of items if needed, inquire at
Reception or Life Enrichment.
Foot Care
Nurse Terry offers foot care to our residents at various times
throughout the month. You are able to book your appointments
through reception for this service. Gift Certificates are also
available
Guest Suite Services
For the convenience of your out of town family and friends, Dr.
Hemstock Residence offers a beautifully furnished guest suite
for your rental. The price is $70.00 a night for one person,
$80 for two people and $85.00 for three people. This also
includes a continental breakfast. You can book the Guest
Suite with Reception at (780) 808-2161.
June 2012
Resident vs Staff Bean Bag!!
MS Pie
Throwing!
CLEO’s
Fashion
Show!
Mother’s Day Tea!!
(4 Generations) 
I would like to remind everyone that
there is no specific time allocated for
cleaning suites. Housekeeping staff
have many other duties to perform
throughout the day, some that may take
precedence over suite cleaning, if they
are emergencies or affect the health and
safety of residents, staff and visitors,
such as cleaning up spills.
Wendy Shewchuck-Housekeeping
Manager
___________________________
NOTICE:
Happy 105th Mabel!!
Irene Classen with her daughters
Elsie Djuff and her beautiful great
grandaughter!
Father’s Day BBQ will be Thursday
June 14th at 11:30 in the Café of
Hearthstone. Invites will be going
out. Please reply to Reception by
Friday June 8th if you will be
attending or not. It will be a fantastic
hearty meal fit for a king! Come out
and join us for an afternoon of
activities to follow the BBQ! It will be
a great day to honor the men in our
lives!
Stop insect stings and bites from itching by
dabbing them with a cotton ball saturated
with undiluted white distilled vinegar.
Soothe sunburn with a spray of white
distilled vinegar, repeating as often as you
like. Ice-cold white distilled vinegar will feel
even better, and may prevent blistering and
peeling.
For cuts and scrapes, use white distilled
vinegar as an antiseptic.
Get rid of foot odor by washing feet well
with antiseptic soap daily, then soaking
them in undiluted cider vinegar for 10
minutes or so. Remember that cotton socks
aid odor control more effectively than wool
ones.
Clean a hairbrush by soaking in a white
distilled vinegar solution.
Tone facial skin with a solution of equal
parts white distilled vinegar and water.
If commercial aftershaves cause rashes and
itching, try using undiluted white distilled
vinegar as an aftershave lotion.
Lighten body freckles (not facial freckles) by
rubbing on full-strength white distilled
vinegar.
Eliminate bad breath and whiten your teeth
by brushing them once or twice a week with
white distilled vinegar.
Make nail polish last longer. Wipe
fingernails with cotton balls dipped in white
distilled vinegar before putting on nail
polish.
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