Continental Manor royalty


Every Valentine’s Day Continental Manor in Blanchester crowns a king and queen at its Royal Ball. Prior to the event every resident and staff member gets to cast a vote and this year’s winners are King Bruce Seaman and Queen Haney Burris. Activity Staff, Lisa Beach and Lynn Wall served up a meal fit for a king of pork roast, potatoes, carrots and biscuit, followed by mini cheesecakes for dessert. Each resident received a teddy bear, donated by Rebecca Waits, as well as several valentines sent from local Girl Scouts troops and others.

Every Valentine’s Day Continental Manor in Blanchester crowns a king and queen at its Royal Ball. Prior to the event every resident and staff member gets to cast a vote and this year’s winners are King Bruce Seaman and Queen Haney Burris. Activity Staff, Lisa Beach and Lynn Wall served up a meal fit for a king of pork roast, potatoes, carrots and biscuit, followed by mini cheesecakes for dessert. Each resident received a teddy bear, donated by Rebecca Waits, as well as several valentines sent from local Girl Scouts troops and others.


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Every Valentine’s Day Continental Manor in Blanchester crowns a king and queen at its Royal Ball. Prior to the event every resident and staff member gets to cast a vote and this year’s winners are King Bruce Seaman and Queen Haney Burris. Activity Staff, Lisa Beach and Lynn Wall served up a meal fit for a king of pork roast, potatoes, carrots and biscuit, followed by mini cheesecakes for dessert. Each resident received a teddy bear, donated by Rebecca Waits, as well as several valentines sent from local Girl Scouts troops and others.

Every Valentine’s Day Continental Manor in Blanchester crowns a king and queen at its Royal Ball. Prior to the event every resident and staff member gets to cast a vote and this year’s winners are King Bruce Seaman and Queen Haney Burris. Activity Staff, Lisa Beach and Lynn Wall served up a meal fit for a king of pork roast, potatoes, carrots and biscuit, followed by mini cheesecakes for dessert. Each resident received a teddy bear, donated by Rebecca Waits, as well as several valentines sent from local Girl Scouts troops and others.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2021/02/web1_IMG_3396.jpgEvery Valentine’s Day Continental Manor in Blanchester crowns a king and queen at its Royal Ball. Prior to the event every resident and staff member gets to cast a vote and this year’s winners are King Bruce Seaman and Queen Haney Burris. Activity Staff, Lisa Beach and Lynn Wall served up a meal fit for a king of pork roast, potatoes, carrots and biscuit, followed by mini cheesecakes for dessert. Each resident received a teddy bear, donated by Rebecca Waits, as well as several valentines sent from local Girl Scouts troops and others. Submitted photo