West Seattle Valentine’s Day scenes: Love @ The Kenney

(Photos by Nick Adams for WSB)
A whole lotta love flowed at The Kenney (WSB sponsor) this afternoon, during a Valentine’s Day celebration with treats and tunes. Above, Margit Killenger, Helen Gilman, and Norma Lewis were busy reading Valentines. Kermit Franks wore his – a photo of his sweetheart Faye, who died last year:

Months before Mrs. Franks’ death, the couple celebrated their 70th-anniversary .

The Kenney’s residents are loved by the staff, too – activity director Denise O’Toole had a smile for Kenney resident May Commeree:

Love-ly music filled The Kenney’s commujnity room, courtesy of Sid Law:

He had a rapt audience:

The Kenney itself was created from an act of loving kindness – as told in its history here.

3 Replies to "West Seattle Valentine's Day scenes: Love @ The Kenney"

  • Shannon February 14, 2013 (11:33 pm)

    Sounds like a good place for Magoo to retire!

  • Ken February 15, 2013 (6:37 am)

    They used to have a couple of cats at Mount St Vincent. They would be able to just come and go out of the rooms of the residents. If Magoo plays well with others and likes attention, it might be an option also.

  • miws February 15, 2013 (7:39 am)

    Just sent off an e-mail to the Kenney, with your suggestion, Shannon, and to ask if it was feasible!

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    Ken, yep! The Mount still has kittys!

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    ETA: Just got an Auto-Reply that the person of contact is out of the office until Tuesday. I’ll follow-up with anything I hear.

    Mike

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