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Kendall Fanney

Kendall Fanney

August- Employee of the Month Kendall has worked here at Regency for three years, and worked for the Lakeway Disability Group before she joined our team. She is going to school currently to work in Radiology, and spends a lot of her time studying when she isn’t at...

James Edwards

James Edwards

August– Resident Spotlight James was born in Jefferson County, and his family moved to Bean Station when he was six years old. He met his wife in high school. They had two children, a son named John, and a daughter named Terri. James did many things in his life. He...

Purple Heart Day

Purple Heart Day

August 7th is National Purple Heart Day, a day dedicated to honoring our nation’s many heroes and service members who have made such important sacrifices for our country. This day is for celebrating and remembering the military personnel who have suffered injuries due...

What We’ve Been Up To

What We’ve Been Up To

Welcome back to another newsletter update! We have been having lots of fun. We are taking residents out to eat every Friday. We ate at Davy Crockett Restaurant, and had a picnic in the Smoky Mountains National Park. We took a field trip to Vonore Tennessee to visit...

Fireworks for the Fourth – A History

Fireworks for the Fourth – A History

It’s almost impossible to think about the 4th of July without also thinking about fireworks. Our celebration of this holiday is so steeped in the tradition of these awe-inspiring pyrotechnics, but why? Where did this tradition come from?  As it turns out, the use of...

Connie Bloomfield

Connie Bloomfield

July– Resident Spotlight Connie was born in the hills of Kentucky, and she moved to Indiana when she was 18. She had 4 brothers and 2 sisters, and she is of the Baptist faith. She worked in an electronics factory. She met her husband on an Army base in Indiana, and...

Rebecca Dyer

Rebecca Dyer

July- Employee of the Month When Rebecca started working here at Regency in July of 2020, she worked in V.I.P. She knew this type of work was her calling, so she went to school to become a nurse to further her career. She got her degree from T.C.A.T. Rebecca works a...