The Home Parade Challenge

This weekend we are celebrating Memorial Day. In our area, this usually means the General Clinton Canoe Regatta and parades, but due to the circumstances, they have been canceled, so let’s get creative! Your challenge is to have a stay-at-home parade. Share with us a video of participants waving flags, riding a float, or marching to a house band. You can also create a small floatable boat and have a race in a bathtub, rain gutter, or mud puddle. The possibilities are endless! Click here and here for websites to help you brainstorm some ideas. 10 entries will be awarded into the prize drawing for each video submitted of activities.


Participate in the Eye-Spy Challenge


Click Here to download this weekend’s I-spy board. Mark off as many squares as you can by working together as a team. Discover ways to find items like going for a van ride, exploring in the yard or a Springbrook outdoor space, or by finding them virtually. 10 entries are put into the prize drawing for each completed board.


Mighty Minutes Tracker


Use this sheet to track the minutes of movement. We are focusing on your weekend minutes, but there will be extra credit for doing it every day of the coming week. An individual prize will be given to the person displaying the most improvement.


Cooking Challenge


In support of Better Hearing and Speech Month, Chef Alyssa is making Monster Mouth Snacks out of apples and sandwiches! The ingredients needed for this challenge are apples, peanut butter, mini marshmallows, bread, mustard, salami, cheese, a cucumber, and Chef Alyssa’s favorite, olives. Chef Alyssa is excited to see what kind of Monster Mouth Snacks residents and staff create!
10 entries will be awarded into the prize drawing for the most creative Monster Mouth Snack and 10 entries for each completed.

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