Residents gather in the Recreation Center and choose their partners for Euchre or they decide to play Chicken Scratch – a popular form of dominoes. A resident who is new to Plymouth has also taught many to play a card game called Manipulate. All these games are a great way to build friendships and to keep minds active and stimulated. However, playing games is not limited to Wednesday mornings. Many of the residents initiate game/card playing on their own and designate a time to meet for games throughout the day. Anyone interested in joining residents on Wednesday morning for Game Day may feel free to call 574-936-9801 and ask for more details.
Photo: Playing Chicken Scratch Dominoes is left to right: Katie Kaminski, Audrey Franklin and Dale Bules.
Picture: Always ready for a game of Euchre are (clockwise) Jim Winenger, Lou Carr, Mae Mikesell and Mae Kile.