07/18/11 Millerâ€™s Senior Living Community of Plymouth, Millerâ€™s Merry Manor of Culver and Plymouth, and Saint Joe Regional Medical Center hosted the annual Senior Day at the Marshall County 4-H Fair in Argos. All area seniors were invited to the senior tent at the fairgrounds for food, Bingo and entertainment by the Hoosier Hurricane, Quentin Flagg.Â Council on Aging provided free transportation for many of those in attendance.
The beautiful weather and the great fun brought a record crowd of seniors to the tent on Thursday, July 15.Â There were many Bingo and Door prizes given away throughout the day.Â Employees of SJRMC were on hand to give blood pressure checks and other health screenings.Â After a free lunch Flagg came to the stage with his high â€“ energy, one man musical show which included songs form the 50â€™s through the 90â€™s.Â He sang hits of the greats such as Bobby Darin, The Big Bopper, Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis, and many more.Â Flagg surprised everyone when he brought Snaps, his ten month old Cocker Spaniel to the stage to show off the tricks the puppy has been learning.Â During several of the songs Flagg took time to stroll through the audience to greet people and pose for pictures.
Photo Captions: The Hoosier Hurricane, Quentin Flagg was the featured entertainer at the Marshall County 4-H Fair Senior Day.Â Here he takes time to pose with Plymouth Millerâ€™s Merry Manor resident Ann Lyons.
Plymouth Millerâ€™s staff at the 4-H fair senior day are from l-r:Â Vicki Semonis, Erin Ginter, Administrator; April Cooper, Ardrian Reed, Sherre McKee, Anna Corbett, Cindy Flagg and Kandi Matthews