Ladies at Brightmore enjoyed corn hole and sunshine last week! Cornhole can be set-up anywhere, however, the best place is in the sunshine!
Our beautiful city of Wilmington has so much to offer, including the historic Airlie Gardens. Residents of Brightmore Wilmington enjoyed a guided walking tour of Airlie Gardens last week, complete with learning about the beginning of the gardens, beautiful flowers of all kinds and even wildlife including birds and turtles!
A huge thank you to WWAY TV for wishing Mr. Hull a happy 106th birthday!
The Longest Day is the day of the year with the most light — the summer solstice. It’s the day that the entire Brightmore of Wilmington Campus has committed to fight Alzheimer’s disease. The Longest Day is a fundraising event to advance the care, support, and research efforts of the Alzheimer’s Association. Team #Brightmoreofilm had …Read More…
Joe Hull was born on June 24, 1916 to parents Mary and John in Smethport, Pennsylvania. He was the third child (first son) of the family. Fortunately , siblings joined him , three more sisters and two brothers. As a young man, he attended college and graduated from St. Bonaventure in 1939. A true and …Read More…
The fathers of Brightmore tie-dyed their own shirts last week and everyone wore them to our “Beers & Bratz” celebration! Everyone was invited to come celebrate the “Fabulous Fathers” of Brightmore while enjoying a summer feast of beer, bratz, potato salad, homemade potato chips, and watermelon! It was a wonderful celebration!
All fathers at Brightmore gathered together to make tye-dye shirts for our upcoming Father’s Day celebration!
We visited Lewis Strawberry Farms and Nursery last week! Residents bought fresh strawberries & blueberries and enjoyed homemade ice cream.It is always a treat to support local farms and businesses!
Step by Step Paint allows us all to relax and enjoy the artistic talent each one of us possesses. Our painting is called “Palm Tree Sunset.” We are excited for our next paint class in July!
Wii Bowling has a new high score of 218 which was scored by our resident, Phyllis! Wii Bowling is competitive and we look forward to seeing who will get the next high score.