Catholic Daughters host Valentine's Day social at Perham Living
Catholic Daughters Court St. Rita 409 was happy to be able to return to Perham Living and continue this Valentine's tradition after two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
PERHAM — The Catholic Daughters Court St. Rita 409 visited Perham Living residents and celebrated Valentine's Day on Feb. 14. Perham Living staff assisted with the social and decorations. A valentine's prayer and poem were read and cupcakes and coffee were served while visiting and playing valentine's word find and trivia related to hearts, love and valentine's history.
Prior to the social, Perham Living staff and residents chose "Sweethearts" for each household. Catholic Daughters members pinned rose corsages on the "sweethearts" as Resident Engagement Manager Madison Miller read the names. After the social, the Catholic Daughters assisted with returning residents to their households and made a special visit to 60-year Court St. Rita member, "sweetheart" Joyce Doll and presented her with a balloon, treats and her rose corsage.
The Junior Catholic Daughters Court St. Teresa of Calcutta made and delivered their handmade valentine cards to Perham Living during February.
Catholic Daughters Court St. Rita 409 was happy to be able to return to Perham Living and continue this valentine's tradition after two years away due to the COVID-19 pandemic.