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October 2022

Fun Facts

October is known as the best harvesting month for many crops including apples, carrots, corn, grapes, onions, potatoes and squash. Oh, and obviously pumpkins too!

The opal is the birthstone of October. It is the only birthstone that isn’t crystalized and can take on many shapes and colors. It was also a favorite of Cleopatra. Opal deposits have even been
discovered on Mars.

An important Hindu festival Diwali, also known as the festival of lights, is one of the most celebrated days in Hindu culture.

Occurring in October, Diwali symbolizes the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. Common practices during this celebration are lighting firecrackers and eating sweets.

Birthstone: Tourmaline and Opal
Flower: Cosmos and Marigold
Zodiac Sign: Libra / Scorpio

Around the World – India
Movie and Popcorn
Caregivers Appreciation Party
Happy Hour
Floral Painting
Crazy Hat Day

October Holidays

October 4 marks the start of Yom Kippur, at sundown.
October 10 Canadian Thanksgiving. This holiday shares many similarities with its American equivalent. Columbus Day (U.S.), a federal holiday, is observed on the second Monday in October. It was on October 12, 1492, that Christopher Columbus landed on a small island in the Bahamas.Indigenous Peoples’ Day (U.S.)—a holiday that
celebrates the history and cultures of indigenous peoples native to what is today the United States.
October 18 is St. Luke’s Little Summer. This is a date steeped in folklore. Traditionally, around Saint Luke’s feast day, there is a period brief period of calm, dry weather.
October 24 is United Nations Day, which aims to bring awareness to the work of the United Nations across the world.
October 31 is Halloween (All Hallows’ Eve)!

October Birthdays
Walter Long-11th Sue Brown-23rd
Patrick Doyle-27th

Resident Spotlight

This month we would like to introduce Rudy Cunningham our new resident in Assisted Living here at CelesteCare. Rudy was born in Dickens Texas but has been a long time Llano resident. After High School he entered the Airforce as an on-the-ground mechanic. Later he attended Texas Tech and graduated in 1955. Also, he had a career as a Justice of the Peace and his son is a judge in Llano.

Rudy survives his wife Nita and their daughter. Rudy says he met his wife at a drive-in, where she worked. His son and daughter are a big part of his life and you may see them visiting often.

If you ever want to get Rudy’s attention, just start a conversation about black powder fire arms. He can tell you all about this popular hobby.

We enjoy Rudy’s positive attitude and are happy he is a part of the CelesteCare family.

“Helping seniors feel at home—Giving families peace of mind.”


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