Archive | June, 2016

Seashell Wreaths

June 22, 2016

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In early June, Peace Haven Volunteer Elaine Gaubatz presented a unique Craft Night at our St. Louis facility: Plaster of Paris wreaths! Those in attendance especially enjoyed stirring the Plaster of Paris as the group prepared to use it. Afterwards, the artists decorated each wreath with sea shells and color. Joyous interactions were the highlight […]

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Volunteers

June 22, 2016

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Peace Haven held a potluck dinner to thank our team of dedicated volunteers who so generously give of their time and talents throughout the year. The celebration featured great conversation and an abundance of good food, including the eagerly anticipated debut of a chocolate fountain. We are deeply grateful to all of our volunteers for […]

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Goodbye to Annie

June 22, 2016

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On Thursday, June 16, Peace Haven staff hosted a send-off party honoring Annie McCauley in celebration of her four years of dedicated service as our facility’s Executive Director. Since Annie assumed the role of Executive Director in 2012, we have been privileged to expand our services, strengthen our “Christian Science Nursing Competency Model,” adopt the […]

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Birds!

June 21, 2016

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Peace Haven recently welcomed a representative from the St. Louis Audubon Society for a presentation on native birds. Several of our guests attended this informative program. Fun fact about the St. Louis Audubon Society: It was established in 1915 as the St. Louis Bird Club. In 1944, it became the first local Audubon chapter in […]

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Bees

June 7, 2016

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Visiting Christian Science Nurse Spring Shutt, who’s also a part-time beekeeper, recently gave a presentation at Peace Haven about beekeeping and honey production. She brought honey samples for guests to try and she shared many photos of her activities (she did not bring bees to our facility). She also displayed her equipment. Attendees buzzed with […]

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