Miller's at the Fair July 2019Miller’s Senior Day at the Marshall County 4-H Fair used a different venue this year.  Because of the extreme heat wave pouring through our country the Plymouth and Culver Miller’s facilities decided to find an in-door, air-conditioned venue for BINGO, lunch and the entertainment they host during Senior Day.

Miller's_Fair July 2019 Threee MenThe Argos Community School System came to the rescue and School Superintendent Ned Speicher graciously agreed to the use of the cafeteria for the day.  It ended up being the perfect place for the event.  The senior crowd was content able to enjoy the day with out being in danger of heat exhaustion or heat stroke and everyone seem to have a wonderful time.

Miller's_Fair July 2019 Julia and NormaFollowing BINGO and lunch entertainer Quentin Flagg shared his upbeat, old time rock and roll as well as some gospel and country songs.  Between songs Q as his friends call him reminisced about his high school days when he attended AHS.

Miller’s would like to say extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to the Argos School System and Mr. Speicher for their generosity and also to all the seniors who attended the annual Senior Day at the Fair!

Photo 1:  :  A group of Miller’s Assisted Living Residents and Volunteers at the 4-H Fair Senior Day:  Julia Umbaugh, Norma Warstler, Jack Buchtel, Patty Miller, Yolanda Roush, Walter Coplen, Cindy Flagg (Life Enrichment Director), Dian Schaal, Hal Scott, Ken Roush, Sharon Duff and Kathy Ambrose.

Photo 2:  Plymouth Campus Administrator Bryan Zehr, entertainer Quentin Flagg and Argos School Superintendent Ned Speicher.

Photo 3:  Volunteer Kathy Ambrose Looks on as Julia Umbaugh and Norma Warstler play BINGO.