Winchester Meadow’s senior women become ‘Seenagers’ for Halloween


Winchester Meadows hosted their Halloween party Thursday evening and resident Pat Heerman and five friends attended as “Seenagers” or senior teenagers — “graduates of Winchester Meadows University.” Heerman, designated as the “class valedictorian,” adjusts her mortarboard. “They selected me, not because I’m the smartest, but because I have a smart mouth and I’m a smart aleck,” she said laughing.


The women put their costumes on in resident Jane Stewart’s room. Stewart said they got the idea for their costumes from her hair dresser Jackie Fike. From left, back row, Stewart, Anna Mae Cain, a visitor, and residents Marge Pledge, Luci Conrad and Pat Heerman; front row, resident Mary Lee Esser.


Winchester Meadows resident Luci Conrad holds a bag of “diplomas” the group planned to hand out to the other residents during the Halloween event Thursday. The diplomas featured a poem written by Jackie Fike titled, “I am a Seenager (Senior Teenager).”


Resident Jane Stewart takes a photograph of her five “graduating” friends Thursday in her room before the troupe went to the Winchester Meadows Halloween party. “We’ve had more more fun putting this together,” Stewart’s friend Pat Heerman said.


Winchester Meadows hosted their Halloween party Thursday evening and resident Pat Heerman and five friends attended as “Seenagers” or senior teenagers — “graduates of Winchester Meadows University.” Heerman, designated as the “class valedictorian,” adjusts her mortarboard. “They selected me, not because I’m the smartest, but because I have a smart mouth and I’m a smart aleck,” she said laughing.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD103115WinchesterHalloween-1.jpgWinchester Meadows hosted their Halloween party Thursday evening and resident Pat Heerman and five friends attended as “Seenagers” or senior teenagers — “graduates of Winchester Meadows University.” Heerman, designated as the “class valedictorian,” adjusts her mortarboard. “They selected me, not because I’m the smartest, but because I have a smart mouth and I’m a smart aleck,” she said laughing.

The women put their costumes on in resident Jane Stewart’s room. Stewart said they got the idea for their costumes from her hair dresser Jackie Fike. From left, back row, Stewart, Anna Mae Cain, a visitor, and residents Marge Pledge, Luci Conrad and Pat Heerman; front row, resident Mary Lee Esser.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD103115WinchesterHalloween-2.jpgThe women put their costumes on in resident Jane Stewart’s room. Stewart said they got the idea for their costumes from her hair dresser Jackie Fike. From left, back row, Stewart, Anna Mae Cain, a visitor, and residents Marge Pledge, Luci Conrad and Pat Heerman; front row, resident Mary Lee Esser.

Winchester Meadows resident Luci Conrad holds a bag of “diplomas” the group planned to hand out to the other residents during the Halloween event Thursday. The diplomas featured a poem written by Jackie Fike titled, “I am a Seenager (Senior Teenager).”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD103115WinchesterHalloween-3.jpgWinchester Meadows resident Luci Conrad holds a bag of “diplomas” the group planned to hand out to the other residents during the Halloween event Thursday. The diplomas featured a poem written by Jackie Fike titled, “I am a Seenager (Senior Teenager).”

Resident Jane Stewart takes a photograph of her five “graduating” friends Thursday in her room before the troupe went to the Winchester Meadows Halloween party. “We’ve had more more fun putting this together,” Stewart’s friend Pat Heerman said.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_TSD103115Winchesterhalloween-4.jpgResident Jane Stewart takes a photograph of her five “graduating” friends Thursday in her room before the troupe went to the Winchester Meadows Halloween party. “We’ve had more more fun putting this together,” Stewart’s friend Pat Heerman said.

Winchester Meadows hosted their Halloween party Thursday evening and resident Pat Heerman and five friends attended as “Seenagers” or senior teenagers — “graduates of Winchester Meadows University.” Heerman, designated as the “class valedictorian,” adjusts her mortarboard. “They selected me, not because I’m the smartest, but because I have a smart mouth and I’m a smart aleck,” she said laughing.

The women put their costumes on in resident Jane Stewart’s room. Stewart said they got the idea for their costumes from her hair dresser Jackie Fike. From left, back row, Stewart, Anna Mae Cain, a visitor, and residents Marge Pledge, Luci Conrad and Pat Heerman; front row, resident Mary Lee Esser.

Winchester Meadows resident Luci Conrad holds a bag of “diplomas” the group planned to hand out to the other residents during the Halloween event Thursday. The diplomas featured a poem written by Jackie Fike titled, “I am a Seenager (Senior Teenager).”

Resident Jane Stewart takes a photograph of her five “graduating” friends Thursday in her room before the troupe went to the Winchester Meadows Halloween party. “We’ve had more more fun putting this together,” Stewart’s friend Pat Heerman said.

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