Monday, September 25th

Happy Last Monday of September!

Can you believe next week is October already? It is starting to feel like it, that’s for sure. Plus, I was driving around this weekend and noticed that there’s some color popping already! I can’t wait for the hay rides, corn mazes, haunted houses, and pumpkin carving next month! But this also means I need to figure out Jacob’s Halloween costume. He wants to be a very obscure character from a very obscure video game, so wish me luck. I’m going to need it!

I’ve got a lot for you this morning. First, I want to give a shout out to some very hard workers that have been at Generations the last couple of weeks. Joe Miller, his son Corbin DreesWasmer, and Rory Neuhaus from Neuhaus Outdoor Service finished the pathway through the garden and laid the bricks we got in earlier this year. Corbin especially was so proud of the hard work he put in and how it turned out. If you’re out on the patio, take a walk across the bridge and check it out. It turned out great and we are so appreciative. Thank you so much, Joe, Corbin, and Rory!


I also have a couple of announcements for you. First, we finally scheduled a Flu Shot Clinic! Aurora Pharmacy will be doing it again this year. They will be at Generations on Monday, October 9th from 9am until 1pm. As in the past, it will be first come, first served and when they’re out of shots, they’ll be done for the day. I apologize we could only get one date on the books this year, but one is better than none!

My second announcement is that, starting next week, the ADRC’s My Way Café will be 5 days a week! This is going to make scheduling for meal goers so much easier. Plus, Pic A Deli and the ADRC will be able to serve so many more people now! We’re very excited to see this program back in full swing!

Before getting into upcoming events, there is one more topic I want to touch on: signing up for activities. If you plan to come to Generations for an activity, please email, call, or stop in the office to sign up, even if the flyer doesn’t specifically say to. I know it’s a pain, and we are working on ways to make this easier, I promise. There will be a little write up in the October newsletter explaining this more in depth so please read through that when you get it. Of course, if you have any questions, you can always stop in or send me a message.

OK, here’s what we have coming up for the end of September and the beginning of October…

Monday, September 25th, 11:00am – Blood Drive

Tuesday, September 26th, 1:00pm – Apple Tech Talk Series w/ Spencer This class is currently full, but we have a wait list started. If you want to be added to the wait list for this class, respond to this email or give us a call.

Thursday, September 28th, 11:00am – Blood Drive

Thursday, September 28th, 12:00pm – Nutrition Talk w/ Dr. Dan Dr. Dan Francis with Francis Chiropractic is coming back to Generations. He will kick of his fall presentations with Menopause vs. Manopause. Find out how hormones control your change of life and how you can control them. Please RSVP by emailing or calling the office if you are interested in attending.

Thursday, September 28th, 5:00pm – Supper Club @ Blanck’s Supper Club in Johnsburg, WI If you didn’t have a chance to sign up earlier but are interested, let us know and we can add you to a wait list.

Friday, September 29th, 11:00am – DIY Yarn Sticks with Meg This month, Meg will be showing you how to make fun and decorative yarn sticks that can be used in centerpieces, accents, wall decor, and more. You could focus on warm colors for fall, dark colors for Halloween, or bright and festive colors for the upcoming Holiday season. Whatever you’re feeling, Meg will be there to help you bring it to life. Attendance is $5, but you will get all the supplies you need, instruction, and you will keep your creations. You can even bring in your own sticks if you find some that you like the look of. If you want to join, please email or call the office.

Friday, September 29th, 11:00am – Lunch with Jungle Cubs This fall, we are starting a new intergenerational program that will focus purely on socialization. We will be inviting the kids in the Jungle Cubs classroom down for lunch! Feel free to visit with the kids, grab a bite to eat, and just hang out. Organized activities are great, but these unscripted opportunities can be just as important. We hope you consider joining us and the kiddos for lunch.

Thursday, October 5th, 5:00pm – Kids Fitness & Stretch Emily is running a 6-week Fitness & Stretch class for kids aged 7 – 12 years old. This will be a fun-focused exercise class for the littles. It will be $10 per class, but if someone signs up for all 6 weeks, they will get a $10 discount. You can sign up through email, by giving us a call, or by visiting our website. Please contact Emily if you have any questions.

Friday, October 6th, 1:30pm – Movie Matinee: Come Out Fighting (2023) Based on true events, Come Out Fighting is set during WWII as the American Army have raced their way through the countryside on the border of France, entering Nazi Germany. Hitler, desperate to turn the tide, has deployed his secret weapon: an M-262 fighter jet. Lt. Frank Ross encounters this weapon, and an intense aerial battle ensues. Ross, forced to eject from his plane, lands behind enemy lines. If you would like to join, please call, email, or stop in. Should be a good one!

Last note time!

Jim Marshall from Marshall Sign reached out to us with a unique request that I think someone reading this might be interested in. Instead of trying to summarize his request, I’m just going to copy what he sent:

               “CAN YOU SEW?! Marshall Sign is looking for a PART TIME Sewing Machine Operator for our Awning Fabrication Area in Glenbeulah. Individual would be responsible for sewing hems incanvas. Competitive wage, enjoyable work space and very flexible hours. CALL, TEXT, or email 920-980-1627 | [email protected]

If you or someone you know has the skills and would be interested in earning some extra bucks, give Jim a call!

Have a great week, everyone. Talk to you next time!



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