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An ice sculptor spent part of the day on Feb. 11 at The Waters of Highland Park in St. Paul, carving giant blocks of ice into the shape of a castle, and two media outlets showed up to share the event with their audiences.
The ice carving made the front page of the Pioneer Press newspaper, and was also featured on the evening news.... on KSTP Television, the ABC affiliate in Minneapolis.
While the artist was hard at work, some residents stepped out on their balconies to watch. Those whose apartments don’t face the courtyard where the work was underway were able to step outside and watch. Work on the castle was in preparation for a visit on February 20, 2021 by members of the Royal Winter Carnival Court. The entire Court turned out for a knighting ceremony for residents. Prior to their arrival, residents will have voted for a King and Queen of the community.
Two media outlets in the Pittsburgh market covered a pre Valentine's Day party at The Waters of Wexford, a senior living community in Warrendale, Pennsylvania, which is just outside Pittsburgh. Television station KDKA ran a story the evening of the Feb. 10 event, and The Tribune-Review publsihed a newspaper story the next day.
The event got underway around Noontime on Feb. 10 with the delivery of hundreds of flowers. They were immediately presented to the community’s centenarians who are each celebrating significant birthdays in the very near future. Elise Renk turns 103 in March. Mary Cassesse turns 103 in August, and Pauline Kadliak turns 102 in October.
Flowers by Gerard in nearby Cranberry Township donated the flowers to them, and to Betty and Gene Howell, who celebrtate their 71st Valentine's Day together this year.
In addition to the flower delivery and presentation, the “Day of Love” also featured an hour-long concert by the award-winning musical group Stellare Strings.
Valentine’s Day is traditionally a day about romance. It’s also about showing people how much you care, and residents and staff at Avidor Edina, a 55+ active adult community in Edina, Minnesota showed their love for the community by partnering with Memorial Blood Centers to put on a blood drive.
KSTP Telvision was there as residents, staff members and members of the community rolled up their sleeves to give the gift of life.
The husband and wife writing team of J. Carlan and D. Jennifer Wright were interviewed on WDUN-AM in Atlanta on Feb. 10.
They talked about their debut novel, which was just released on Feb. 1st. Throckmort's Offer is the story of a couple fated to be together despite all of the obstacles in their way. The story begins in 1880 when four friends set out from their hometown of Kuttawa, a small town in Kentucky, for Paducah to see a traveling show. Along the way, Katy, Bartol, Daniel and Samantha meet a mysterious man who helps them when they run into trouble. The kids don’t realize it, but Mr. Settle has been following them. He has a great interest in one of the kids in particular, the beautiful Samantha.
When the kids return home, Samantha has fallen ill, and another mystery man shows up to make her mother, Molly, an offer she can’t refuse. Her life in exchange for allowing her daughter to live on.
How is that possible after Samantha has taken her last breath? J. Carlan Wright explains that’s where the mystery part of the novel comes in.
Learn more at Throckmort.com.