Turn Back the Clock to the ’50s!

Sartwell Place Assisted Living at The Morrison residents enjoyed a Family Fun Day with a Magic of Music Theme on September 13 in celebration of National Assisted Living Month. The ‘50s-era event featured drive-in diner food such as burgers, hot dogs, French fries, onion rings, milk shakes, and root beer floats and ‘50s-style music by David Sturtevant.

Susie King, left, visiting her mother Stella Roberts, was festively attired in a neckerchief and Minnie Mouse shirt.

Susie King, left, visiting her mother Stella Roberts, was festively attired in a neckerchief and Minnie Mouse shirt.

Thelma LaCroix, left, brought her sister Virginia Mondor a Minnie Pearl-type hat to wear during the festivities.

Thelma LaCroix, left, brought her sister Virginia Mondor a Minnie Pearl-type hat to wear during the festivities.

Sartwell Place administrator Wendy Colby, left, and staff members Chisteena Monahan, Carissa Rogers and Judy Sanborn, dressed for the occasion in poodle skirts, neckerchiefs, ankle socks and sneakers, and colorful glasses.

Sartwell Place administrator Wendy Colby, left, and staff members Chisteena Monahan, Carissa Rogers and Judy Sanborn, dressed for the occasion in poodle skirts, neckerchiefs, ankle socks and sneakers, and colorful glasses.

Eunice Rockwood, right, was joined for the festivities by granddaughter Amber Chase, left, and other family members.

Eunice Rockwood, right, was joined for the festivities by granddaughter Amber Chase, left, and other family members.

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