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STAY COVID-FREE Heritage Square AND SINCE 1974 620 NORTHTOTTAWA CARRY ON When Joe moved into Heritage Square, He brought a self- constructed model of his home on Chamberlain. In August, a shell of a doll house had been donated. Joe lovingly took on finishing the project: cutting shingles for the roof, cutting siding with a butter knife, laying floors, building stairs, wallpapering. He meticulously covered every detail: Right down to stately deep blue. Many supplied the furnishings: including Carrie Holloway who made the curtains. Joe proudly displays the house in the lobby for all to see. Joe Venier Art Tofte, before COVID, was out and about the community going from one event to another: Cards, Bingo, Lightening, McDonald's coffee, frequented the Elks, Moose, VFW, LCCOA and many more. He is now seen throughout the day working on puzzles; the more pieces, the more challenging. The 500 piece puzzle pictured is a gift from his son for his 98th birthday -October 5th. He has a system of drawers and boxes by color. Art says He will be busy doing something else and all of a sudden think, Oh I know where that Art Tofte particular piece is, then rush over and put it in place". 620 N. Ottawa, Dixon (815) 288-2251 www.heritagesquaredixon.com BEST NURSNGHOMES USNEWS NANKINOS STAY COVID-FREE Heritage Square AND SINCE 1974 620 NORTHTOTTAWA CARRY ON When Joe moved into Heritage Square, He brought a self- constructed model of his home on Chamberlain. In August, a shell of a doll house had been donated. Joe lovingly took on finishing the project: cutting shingles for the roof, cutting siding with a butter knife, laying floors, building stairs, wallpapering. He meticulously covered every detail: Right down to stately deep blue. Many supplied the furnishings: including Carrie Holloway who made the curtains. Joe proudly displays the house in the lobby for all to see. Joe Venier Art Tofte, before COVID, was out and about the community going from one event to another: Cards, Bingo, Lightening, McDonald's coffee, frequented the Elks, Moose, VFW, LCCOA and many more. He is now seen throughout the day working on puzzles; the more pieces, the more challenging. The 500 piece puzzle pictured is a gift from his son for his 98th birthday -October 5th. He has a system of drawers and boxes by color. Art says He will be busy doing something else and all of a sudden think, Oh I know where that Art Tofte particular piece is, then rush over and put it in place". 620 N. Ottawa, Dixon (815) 288-2251 www.heritagesquaredixon.com BEST NURSNGHOMES USNEWS NANKINOS