Miller's2017 car show winner“FAMILY IS FOREVER” was the theme celebrated during National Assisted Living Week at Miller’s Assisted Living in Plymouth.  The Week long celebration began with the facility’s annual Classic Car Cruise-In.  The cruise-in was a perfect way to celebrate the theme as car shows are very oriented toward bringing the entire family out and having fun together.

Over 25 cars entered participated in the cruise-in.  Miller’s staff and volunteers had plenty of free food and entertainment for the car enthusiasts that showed up to peruse the different makes and models of cars.  Each person in attendance was invited to vote for their favorite car and a “BEST OF SHOW” trophy was awarded.

Miller's_ 2017 Mary Ellen car showWhile residents and guests were making their decision concerning “Best of Show”, entertainer Quentin Flagg acted as DJ for the afternoon.  He also took time to sing several hit songs from the 50’s.

Winners of the family style games were as follows:

Miller's_ 2017 bubble gum contestBiggest Bubble in the Bubble Gum Contest:  Tammy Lemert, first and Karen Gerhke, second.

The Best Twisters in the Twist Contest:  NatahlieGuditis, first and Nathan Stiles, second.

The Best Jump Rope Jumpers:  Emily Stiles, first (over 100 jumps); Cheryl Bright, second (77 jumps); Nathan Stiles, third with (36 jumps).

The Classic Car Cruise-in closed as Marketing Director Anna Corbett announced the 2017 BEST OF SHOW winner as Jerry Hollenbaughwho entered his 1931 Model A Ford, Cabriolet complete with a rumble seat!


Picture Captions:

  1. Miller’s Assisted Living Classic Car Cruise-In  BEST OF SHOW winner Jerry Hollenbaugh receiving his trophy from Marketing Director Anna Corebett.
  2. Resident Mary Ellen Triplet enjoys the different makes and models of cars at Miller’s Classic Car Cruise-In.
  3. Tammy Lemert shows her skill at blowing bubble at Miller’s Classic Car Cruise-In.