Zeller, Speak! - New Hope of Indiana
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Zeller, Speak!

25 Aug Zeller, Speak!

Greetings friends,

I hope you are well and that you have been enjoying some of our beautiful weather, I know I have.

The AIM groups have been busy visiting lots of parks, taking advantage of hiking trails and enjoying lunch outside. They even visited a park in Hamilton County that boasts a haunted bridge.

Next week they will be visiting a llama farm.

Day Services has been enjoying the weather too. They took some pictures with the beautiful sunflowers at Payne Road that our friend Kathe Rae helped plant. Castleton has enjoyed their outside space as well.

It is disappointing that things are still the way they are, but there are things each of us can do, in order to lessen the virus’ spread: wear a mask, wash your hands frequently for at least 20 seconds and stay home when you’re sick.

And there are some things you can do to brighten your day and someone else’s: call a family member and ask how they are doing, check in with a neighbor by phone and ask how they are coping, call an old friend and see what they have been doing since you last talked.

Take care and stay well,


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