Elmwood royalty


Joe Wuebker kisses the hand of Melba Bender after the were crowned Valentine’s Day king and queen at Elmwood of New Bremen. They received a crown or tiara and keepsake sash, cape and the royal treatment after the crowning. Voting for the king and queen has been ongoing since Feb. 1. The residents, their guests and family members attending the Valentine’s Day party Tuesday. Residents enjoyed guitar music from Eric Adams. Along with some fun games on tables, trivia questions, cookies, sweets, chocolates and punch.


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Joe Wuebker kisses the hand of Melba Bender after the were crowned Valentine’s Day king and queen at Elmwood of New Bremen. They received a crown or tiara and keepsake sash, cape and the royal treatment after the crowning. Voting for the king and queen has been ongoing since Feb. 1. The residents, their guests and family members attending the Valentine’s Day party Tuesday. Residents enjoyed guitar music from Eric Adams. Along with some fun games on tables, trivia questions, cookies, sweets, chocolates and punch.

Joe Wuebker kisses the hand of Melba Bender after the were crowned Valentine’s Day king and queen at Elmwood of New Bremen. They received a crown or tiara and keepsake sash, cape and the royal treatment after the crowning. Voting for the king and queen has been ongoing since Feb. 1. The residents, their guests and family members attending the Valentine’s Day party Tuesday. Residents enjoyed guitar music from Eric Adams. Along with some fun games on tables, trivia questions, cookies, sweets, chocolates and punch.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/02/web1_ElmwoodKingQueen.jpgJoe Wuebker kisses the hand of Melba Bender after the were crowned Valentine’s Day king and queen at Elmwood of New Bremen. They received a crown or tiara and keepsake sash, cape and the royal treatment after the crowning. Voting for the king and queen has been ongoing since Feb. 1. The residents, their guests and family members attending the Valentine’s Day party Tuesday. Residents enjoyed guitar music from Eric Adams. Along with some fun games on tables, trivia questions, cookies, sweets, chocolates and punch. Courtesy photo

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