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Published by kristi, 2019-05-29 17:30:20

May-June 2019 DRAFT tiled2 (1)

May-June 2019 DRAFT tiled2 (1)

Bridgewood Farms

“Providing Heart and Hope for a Community devoted to the challenges of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities”

Chairman May & June 2019
Rod Chaves
Vice Chairman Around the World in 180 Minutes – Friday, May 17th
Sheri Brown
Secretary It’s that time of year againI.time for a great
Deborah Ellsworth night of wine, food, fun and fellowship in sup-
Treasurer port of the programs and services at Bridge-
Pat Sendelbach wood Farms. Featuring great wines from
around the world, this event offers a variety of
Board of Directors samplings to allow everyone to try some old
Shawn Cannon favorites, and maybe find a new one, too.
Jim O’Hare
This year’s event will be held at the beautiful
Eduardo Rodriguez Glade Cultural Center and Art Gallery in The
Jerry Shumpert Woodlands. We will once again be sampling
wines from all over the world including, Italy,
Mary Byrnes Cleary France, California and this year’s spotlight re-
gion, Texas!
Executive Director
Flo Nelson Sponsorships and tickets are still available at
www.BridgewoodFarms.org so get yours today!
Administrator
Enid Goodman Want to volunteer? Have items or services you would like to donate for the live
or silent auctions, or a bottle of your favorite wine for the wine pull? Contact
Kristi at 936.856.6460 ext 103 or email Kristi@BridgewoodFarms.org.

Our Mission BRIDGEWOOD GUARDIANS

Bridgewood Farms is the Save the dates for the upcoming meetings for the Bridgewood Guardians family
premier provider of and caregiver support group coming up
May 23rd at 12 Noon and
programs and services June 27 at 6:30PM.
in partnership with fami- On May 23rd, Development Director, Kristi Leggett, will be
lies and the community, speaking about the importance of getting involved in
fundraising and how you can help without asking for
enabling individuals money yourself.
with intellectual and All meetings will be held at Lone Star Family Health
developmental disabili- Center at 605 S. Conroe Medical Drive, Conroe 77304.
ties to reach their You can also plan ahead as the support group meetings are scheduled to occur
the fourth Thursday of every month, alternating between lunch time and evening
highest potential meetings. If you have a topic you would be interested in having covered by a
through training and speaker, please contact Kristi at ext 103 or at kristi@bridgewoodfarms.org.

life experiences
that build self-esteem
and promote personal

independence.


Page 3

SPECIAL OLYMPICS RESULTS

On March 30th, Bridgewood Farms athletes competed in The Kiwanis
Invita onal Track & Field Meet at Oak Ridge High School. Our athletes
competed in field events such as shot put, turbo javelin, so(ball throw and
standing long jump, as well as in 25, 50, 100, 200 and 400 meter walking

and running events.

25 M Walk 50 M Walk 50 M Dash

Juliet Gold Meredith Silver Aeriana Gold 100 M Dash
Asilee Silver Jennifer D Bronze TJ Gold
Melinda Bronze John H. 5th Shot Put Brennan Gold
Misty Bronze Karen Silver

Norma Silver

200 M Dash Bryce Gold Kylie 5th
Tony 5th
100 M Walk Bryce Gold Octavia Gold

Octavia Silver Stephanie Silver Norma Gold

Turbo Javelin Jennifer D Silver Softball Throw
John H Gold Standing Long Jump Kylie Juliet Gold
Brennan Gold Bronze TJ Gold
Tony
Stephanie Bronze Karen Gold Ball Throw for Distance Asilee Bronze
Meredith Bronze
Aerianna Bronze Juliet Gold Misty Bronze

Misty 4th Melinda Bronze

MARK YOUR CALENDAR FOR MOODY GARDENS

Texas Special Children’s Projects has once again generously
donated tickets so that our friends can participate in a fantastic

and fun experience! This time, we will be heading to Moody
Gardens in Galveston on August 10th! Call or email Enid to

reserve your spot. 936.856.6460 ext 104 or email
Enid@bridgewoodfarms.org. Lunch will be provided on a first

come, first served basis.


Page 4 Bridgewood Farms Newsletter May & June 2019
Bridgewood Farms

Meet Our Client - David Jennings

David Jennings was born in Houston, Texas on January 25, 1981. He lives with his parents Ken
and Shirley and dog Bobbi, in Conroe. David has been a Special Needs client since he was six
years old when he was in an auto-pedestrian accident which left him with a TBI. When he was
seven his father was transferred to California where he lived the next twelve years of his life.
While in high school at Corona High School, he had a part time job at Rite Aid and was on a
Challenger Baseball team for five years. At nineteen his family returned to Texas and he finished
his education at Magnolia High School. David has one older brother, two nieces and two
nephews.

David has traveled quite a bit with his family from Texas, California, Florida, Maine and many
states in between. With his parents, he has also toured the United Kingdom, France, Italy,
Germany, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland and the Netherlands. David likes to be on the go, even if

it is only to go shopping. His most favorite thing is summer
camp. He has camped at Camp Joan Mier in the San
Bernardino Mountains and Camp Paivika along the Pacific
coastline while living in California. Since moving back to Texas,
he has enjoyed Camp for All and Camp Blessing in the Texas
Hill Country. He also enjoys eating out, computer games and
watching the Animal Channel.

David is a Christian and a member of the Wildwood United
Methodist Church in Magnolia. He has been a volunteer in
their Family Assistance Programs for the last four plus years.
David started at Bridgewood Farms after leaving Magnolia High
School and wouldn’t miss a Bridgewood Farm’s Dance unless
absolutely necessary. He also likes to join in on their monthly visits to Incredible Pizza.

New School Check Volunteer Features Coming Soon

We are working on developing step by step instructions on volunteers can enter their hours into
our School Check system remotely, making it easier and more convenient to track the time
accurately. Stay tuned for more information coming soon!

Special Thanks!

Every year at the Montgomery County Fair, generous companies, groups and individuals
donate the funds to purchase the winning projects at the Sunshine Day Awards banquet. If you
see any of these folks or use their services, please be sure and say “Thank You” for supporting

our amazing Bridgewood Farms clients!

Tommy’s Paint & Body; Chris & Diana Williams; Montgomery Dobbin 4H; Nina Dyer; Family of
Sam Lee; Lansdowne Moody; CIA-Kenny Speight Agency; Superior Trophies; Ray & Suzanna
Clopton; Corporate Incentives, Inc.; Don Carter; James & Jodi Willard; Champion 4H; Family of
Suzan Doty; MCFA Golf Tournament Committee; Montgomery County 4H Council; Jack, Linda

& Lindsey Carter; Joni Willar; and Eva Curry


Page 5

AQUA ZUMBA IS BACK Bridgewood Farms will

Our Bridgewood Farms clients are enjoying be having our annual

Prom on May 11th at The
exercising to music in the water with their friends at Woodlands Community
Conroe Parks & Rec. The
cost is $30 for the session Center between 7-9:30
that runs every Tuesday and p.m. We need everyone with Birthdays in April,
Thursday between June 11th May, and June to help provide refreshments for the
and July 25th. Please bring festivities (Sandwiches, chips/dips, fruit/veggie
trays, assorted desserts, birthday cake, candy
bathing suit, swim shoes,
towels, change of clothes and sack lunch with a treats, assorted canned drinks and bottled water).

drink. Contact Enid to RSVP by May 22nd. First ALL ATTENDEES:

come, first served. Limited to first 25 clients. Attire for Event: Suits, Sport Coats, Ties,

Mark your calendar for the Burn Your Buns Charity Formals, Church Clothes
Bike Ride scheduled for July 4th! Volunteer, NO BLUE JEANS ALLOWED!

sponsorship and participation op- Contact Enid and let her know what you are going

portunities available. Contact to bring @ (936)856-6460 X104.
Kristi at 936.856.6460 ext 103 or
Kristi@BridgewoodFarms.org for Sponsored by Church of Latter Day Saints,
more information. National Charity Leagues and National Charity

Roundtable.

Here are just a few ways that you can give back to Bridgewood Farms!

• Purchase items on the Wish List • Give your time to assist teachers in class

• If your employer provides matching charitable • Donate any unused or unwanted workout equipment
donation fund, donate and match! that is in good working condition

• Get involved with Burn Your Buns Bike Ride on 7/4 • Assist with the Prom

• Join the BWF Guardians Parent Group • Like and follow us on Facebook to keep up with us!

A Special THANK YOU to all who have volunteered and made
contributions to Bridgewood Farms!

Nancy Hicks; Shelby Nelson; Patrick McGannon; Tana Nelson; Joyce
Marcantel; Bridgewood Farms Board of Directors; Karen Pinnell;
Karen Simmons; Linda Carter; Katherine Dittman; Jennifer Hutzler;
Georgette Falcon; Christy Smith; NCL Monarchs; Rod Kotenbrink;
Julie Cushman; Garrett Walsh; Jessica Jones; Jerry Shumpert; Mary
Gail Doddridge; Rita Schumacher; Cathy Silva; Kristy Self; Sheri & Bill
Brown; Aida & Paul Palmeri; Tim Duckworth; Billie Martinez; Marge
Hildebrandt; Mary Krolcyzk; Peter Huntsman; Sid Mann; Scholarship
and Caring & Sharing Committees of Assistance League of
Montgomery County; NCL Bluebonnets & National Charity
Roundtable; Pat Wilson Thomas; Texas Special Children’s Projects; Pam & Davy Holak


Page 6 Bridgewood Farms Newsletter May & June 2019

May Happenings 2018-19 Important Dates

05/07: Incredible Pizza $15 May 17: Around the World in 180
05/11: Bridgewood Farms Prom @ The Woodlands Community Minutes
May 18: Family Picnic
Center 7-9:30PM May 27:
05/17: Around the World in 180 Minutes—Tickets start at $75 Memorial Day—BWF
05/18: Bridgewood Farms Family Picnic (BWF Gymnasium) CLOSED
05/20: Star Cinema Grill $23
05/23: Bridgewood Guardians Support Group (12PM—Lone Star June 7: Waterpark Day - Ladies
June 11: Aqua Zumba stars
Community Health Center) June 27: BWF Guardians (6:30pm)
June 28: Waterpark Day - Men
June Happenings July 4: Independence Day– BWF
CLOSED
06/07: Waterpark Day (Ladies) $12 July 5 : Burn Your Buns Charity
06/11: Aqua Zumba begins $30 July 12: Bike Ride
06/14: Incredible Pizza $15 July 18: Client Luncheon
06/24: Star Cinema $23 Aug 10: Waterpark Day - Ladies
06/27: Bridgewood Guardians Support Group (6:30PM—Lone Star Waterpark Day - Men
Moody Gardens
Community Health Center)
06/28: Waterpark Day (Men) Sept 2: Labor Day—BWF
Oct 17: CLOSED
July Happenings Special Olympics Fall
Classic for Bocce & Golf
07/04: Burn Your Buns charity bike ride
07/05: Hot Dog Luncheon 2019 DANCE DATES
07/12: Waterpark Day (Ladies) $12 May 11 @ 7PM (Prom)
07/15: Incredible Pizza $15
07/19: Waterpark Day (Men) $12 Sept 28 @ 7PM
07/26: Star Cinema Grill $23 Dec 21 @ 12PM

All special events and community outings MUST be paid for 1 week prior to
scheduled event

SPLISH SPLASH! WATERPARK DAYS RETURN!

Summer is here and it’s time to cool off by bringing out your swimsuits for the Conroe Parks & Rec-
reation Waterpark. Reservations are first come first serve. Limited to first
12 clients. In order to reserve your spot, please prepay $12 and con-
tact Enid to RSVP. Proper bathing suit attire is required and clients
must bring a sack lunch and drink. Chaperones are welcome and needed.
Don't forget to bring a swimsuit, sack lunch, towel, swim shoes, sunscreen
and clothes to change into!

FAMILY PICNIC MOVED TO SATURDAY, MAY 18TH

It’s time again for our Annual Spring Family & Friends Picnic at BWF Gym! Please
bring a covered dish and dessert to share with family and friends to compli-
ment the burgers and hot dogs we will be serving. Also, please include what you are
bringing in your RSVP. These festivities will include games, prizes, entertainment, si-
lent auction, and a cake walk! As always, we are in need of NEW items for our silent and live auction. We are
also asking each family to please bring an extra dessert, one to share for the picnic and the other for our fa-
mous cake walk! Please call in advance if you are bringing an auction item or putting together a themed bas-
ket! Please call Enid today at 936-856-6460 X104 and let her know what you are planning to bring and share,
and if you would like to donate an item for the auction.


May 2019 PagPea3ge 7

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

INCREDIBLE BWF PROM

PIZZA $15 TWCC 7-9:30PM

12 13 14 15 16 17 18
WINE TASTING FAMILY PICNIC
EVENT

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

STAR CINEMA BWF

GRILL $23 GUARDIANS

(12 NOON)

26 27 28 28 30 31
BWF CLOSED

June 2019

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

1

2 345 6 78
WATERPARK—
9 10 11 12 LADIES $12
AQUA ZUMBA
13 14 15
16 17 18 19 AQUA ZUMBA INCREDIBLE
AQUA ZUMBA PIZZA $15

23 24 25 26 20 21 22
STAR CINEMA AQUA ZUMBA AQUA ZUMBA
GRILL $23
27 28 29
30 AQUA ZUMBA WATERPARK—
BWF MEN $12
GUARDIANS
(6:30PM)


Bridgewood Farms

11680 Rose Road
Conroe, TX 77303
Phone: 936-856-6460
Fax: 936-856-2620
“ Bridging the gap for the
Intellectually Disabled”

Become a fan of Bridgewood Farms

We enjoy having visitors come see our
facilities and meet our clients & staff. To

request a tour or learn more about our
programs, services, and volunteer oppor-
tunities, call us at 936-856-6460 or visit

our website
www.bridgewoodfarms.org

WISH LIST

Pre-Vocational Training: Adult size scissors (20); Glitter—assorted colors; Spray Paint (Gold & Silver); Acrylic Paint (Gold & Silver);
Dollar Tree, Hobby Lobby & Michaels Gift Cards (for Supplies); Mesh for Wreaths (Basic Colors); Acrylic Paints (spring colors);

Construction Paper; Tissue Paper (assorted colors); E6000 Glue; Sandpaper (assorted grits); Sewing Thread (basic colors); Bingo Prizes
Ceramics: Studio Equipment and Materials; Kiln Shelves RF159 21” x 1” ; NRA-04 Pugmill (to recycle clay); Assorted Mayce Glazes;

Firing Rods; Slip; Clay; Stilts (bed of nails)
Horticulture: Tarps; Potting Soil; Seeds (Vegetable—Asst. Peppers, Herbs, Tomatoes, etc.; Flower—Marigold, Sunflower, Wildflower);

Sand Paper; Glue (6000 & Elmers); Acrylic Paint; Large Pots; Metal Leaf Rakes; Newspaper; Miracle Grow; Organic Soil Conditioner;
Osmacote (Flower & Vegetable Plant Food); Epsom Salt; Grass Seeds

ACE: Legos; Chalk (Dust Free); Pencils/Erasers/Eraser Tops; Expo Markers; Wooden Handle Puzzles; Activity Workbooks &
Coloring Books (Assorted Levels); Books (Assorted Levels); Dollar Tree Gift Cards; Construction Paper; Manilla Paper

Health and PE: Pedometers (Class Set of 30); Jump Ropes (heavy gauge rope); Stress Balls (hand sized); New or Slightly Used
Treadmills & Elliptical Machines; Exercise Resistance Bands; Bridgewood Farms shirts
Grace Manor: 2 Lawn Rakes; Water Hose; Light Kit for Ceiling Fan

Hick’s House: Bagless Vacuum Cleaner; Knife Set; Household Tool Set; Flatware Set
Residential Properties: Riding Lawn Mower; 50’ Extension Cords; Leaf Blower

Shop/Barn: Various Shop Tools (screwdrivers, hammers, pliers, etc.,); Riding Mower; Shop Vacuum; Push Mower (2)
Office: Commercial Coffee Pot (12 Cup Bunn); Bagless Vacuum Cleaner; (6) 600-1000 Watt Microwaves; 10—6’ - 8” Plastic Tables

for Lunch Room; Plastic Chairs for Lunch Room

Celebra ng 50+ Years Serving the Special Needs Community 1967-2019


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