Clark Jeary Takes Part In Live Well. Go Fish.

Although Mother Nature's addition of rain and wind changed plans for fishing on the lake, residents from Clark Jeary enjoyed a picnic-style lunch on the Live Well. Go Fish. pontoon the afternoon of May 29th at Lake Wanahoo.  Foster and Bobbye Jean Owen, reminded us today what commitment and love are, they have been married for 67 years and  commented "how lovely it was to lunch on the lake.”  Residents enjoyed a game of “Name That Tuna” with various classic country songs playing over the pontoon’s speakers.  David Ruder, Chief Development Officer of Live Well. Go Fish. paused to thank and honor Clark Jeary Veterans for their service before taking a brief ride around the lake while admiring the scenery and white pelicans nearby.  Residents look forward to another chance to get back on the lake to fish.  As one of the residents commented, “I had no idea how special this was going to be.”

Residents at Clark Jeary, a senior living community in Lincoln, Nebraska, prepare to go on a fishing trip with the non-profit organization Live Well. Go Fish.Residents and staff from Clark Jeary, a senior living community in Lincoln, Nebraska, travel on a bus for a fishing outing with the non-profit organization Live Well. Go Fish.Dave Ruder, Chief Development Officer of the organization Live Well. Go Fish., chats with a resident from Clark Jeary while on a boat during Memorial Day.A resident from Clark Jeary smiles with Beth Alberts, activities director at Clark Jeary, while on a boat fishing during Memorial Day.A resident from Clark Jeary, an Immanuel senior living community, smiles big while on a boat with the organization Live Well. Go Fish.A resident from Clark Jeary, an Immanuel senior living community, smiles while on a boat with the organization Live Well. Go Fish.A resident from Clark Jeary, an Immanuel senior living community in Lincoln, Nebraska, smiles alongside Beth Alberts, activities director of Clark Jeary, while out on a fishing boat during Memorial Day.Beth Alberts, activities director at Clark Jeary, points out the landscape to a resident from a fishing boat at Lake Wanahoo.Dave Ruder, Chief Development Officer of Live Well. Go Fish., helps residents board the bus back home to their community after a fun day of fishing and enjoying a picnic at Lake Wanahoo.

A special "thank you" to Live Well. Go Fish for providing the activity and serving the senior population. To learn more about Clark Jeary and our other communities, visit https://www.immanuel.com/communities