Whitesburg KY

Colson center working on Valentine’s display

Happy birthday wishes are being sent out to Debbie Isaac, Linda Lou Sturgill, Jack D. Sturgill, Drax Fouts, Katina Benton, Coolie Baker and Brooklynn Lucas. Brooklynn is the great-granddaughter of Coolie and Janice Baker. She was born January 25, 2007 on Coolie’s 69th birthday. That’s telling Coolie’s age!

Get well wishes are being sent to Lawnie Isaacs Hall and Arthur Sergent. Arthur had stents put in in Lexington a couple weeks ago but is doing better now. His wife, Joyce, had the same surgery a few weeks ago. We miss them coming to the center.

We finished our Valentine wall hanging and are getting the photographs put on it.

Donnie Morton is doing OK. He sure was missed.

Linda Lou Lucas is much improved and doesn’t let a broken foot keep her from being at the center. Duke takes good care of her. A special thanks to Terry Anderson, Darrell Gibson, Tim Richardson and Matthew Simmons for all their help at the center.

Debbie Gibson and Debbie Isaac are two of the best cooks in the county. We are so fortunate to have them at our center.

Nathan Isaacs wanted to attend the Isaacs reunion on his 100th birthday, but God called him home on Jan. 12 at the age of 98 1/2. The large number of friends and family showed how much he was loved and admired.

Visiting with Raymond and Annette were their son, Mark Isaacs, and grandson George from Tennessee and Roy Isaacs from Louisville.

Visiting with Clester and Creda Isaacs were his brother, Charles Isaacs, from Bristol, W.Va., and Lettie Hall and Brittany Brock. Lettie and Brittany also visited with Arthur and Joyce and other family members.

Also visiting were Lucian and Linda Isaacs of Branchland, W.Va.; Charlie and Darlene Isaacs of Morehead; Conard Isaacs, Lonzie and Avonell Isaacs.

Our sympathy goes out to the family of Nora Tolliver of Deane and to the family of Marsha Collins, wife of Cherry Collins. Cherry’s sister, Opalene Anderson, is a regular visitor at the center.

A group of our senior citizens visited with Mr. Bill Gibson on his 104th birthday. We took him a special cake and sang “Happy Birthday” to him. He is so lovable and made us feel so welcome. He knows so much about his family history. May God bless Mr. Bill.

Some of the seniors also visited Verna Mae Slone at the nursing home in Knott County. She is 93 years young, and was sewing dolls. She gave Creda and Lettie each a doll.

Thanks to all who make our center such a special place to meet.

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