Pine Island Apartments News

MAIDSTONE – The biggest topic around the apartments is the weather. No one has gone very far or done much visiting, so not too much news as of Feb. 19.

We are glad to have Marilyn Stewart home and doing quite well.

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Jean Stewart is now in respite in Maidstone hospital and her apartment is being done up for a new resident.

Kesia Newton of Glaslyn picked up her mom, Denise Newton, on Saturday to attend the hockey game in Lloydminster. Denise’s niece and great-niece were here from Sudbury, Ont., so they attended the hockey also. Cindy had to return home on Sunday. Ashley is staying on for a longer visit. The snow doesn’t bother her as they have plenty at home.

Chantal, Colleen and Radka were to Lloydminster to do some shopping.

Gloria Ford took Colleen Koski to Lloydminster for medical treatment.

Coffee at the suites was enjoyed trying to guess whose picture it was. Some did very well. All I knew was my own.

I will be attending a sewing retreat at Manitou Lake Bible Camp so hope the weather is good.

Hope everyone enjoyed Valentine’s Day. Did you get roses or chocolates?


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