Father’s Day 6th Annual Hot Rods and Hot Dogs
The rumbling of old-time engines broke the air and kicked off our 6th annual Father’s Day Hot Rods and Hot Dogs.
COVID-19 could not stop the tradition of flaunting what men enjoy, working on and showing off their cars. Instead of our usual car show, our classic car participants drove around the property several times, allowing the Residents to view the cars from afar. All applauded as Larry drove his Studebaker Truck, Joe waived back in his Studebaker Avanti, and Karl and Heather in their Ford Model A.
On the decorated Activity Patio our male guests enjoyed bacon-wrapped filet mignon and cordon bleu; as Teddy, our staff dynamite DJ, provided lively music. Residents, staff and the Sisters got to drive their own remote-controlled cars as well. Let’s just say, the Little Sisters of the Poor will not be offering any drivers to NASCAR in the near future! All men received a wonderful goodie bag and poem reminding them of how special they are to the Mullen Home community.