Sue Tomlin, renowned musician and member of the Macon Symphony Orchestra, performed with colleagues and students for the residents of John-Wesley Villas on Sunday afternoon, May 15, 2011. The residents were thrilled with the music and impressed with the number of different string instruments that Ms. Tomlin and her students played.
Amy Rauls has been chosen by the Career Women’s Network to be recognized as a 2011 Women of Achievement. Anyone who knows Amy certainly knows how deserving she is of this honor! All of us within the John-Wesley Villas family benefit from Amy’s professionalism, dedication, her meticulous preparation, and passion for excellence. In addition to her dedication to John-Wesley Villas and Southeastern Retirement Management Company, she is also a strong supporter of Macon and Middle Georgia. She serves on the Foundation Board for the Methodist Home for Children and Youth, the Board of Trustees and Board of Visitors for Wesleyan College, the Advisory Board for the Macon State College Nursing School, and the Alzheimer’s Association of Middle Georgia. She has also served Partners in Education for Public Schools, Memory Walk Chair, Relay for Life, and countless other organizations. Amy demonstrates through her actions, with a “servant’s” heart. She has helped countless families in their time of need, always serving with grace in living her strong faith. Congratulations Amy, we are proud of you!
We had a wonderful time at our annual Mother/ Daughter Tea held on Friday, May 6, 2011. Residents gathered in the Club House at 3:00 in time for tea and some tasty treats! Many Residents brought their daughters or other family members although there were several tables of just friends.
resident Eugenia Spillers is pictured with her daughter
Activities Director Hattie Jones is pictured with Bertha Yarbrough
Events Coordinator Amy Gerwig Walker with volunteer Carol Walker
residents Anna Hedgecoth, Mary Cheek, and Idell lutz
resident Lois Crowley is pictured with her daughter
Mrs. Deardorff and her daughter
Events Coordinator, Amy Gerwig Walker and Eugenia Spillers
Activities Director Hattie Jones is pictured Dell Allen