Leap Year Fun

Posted by Dana Hinton

March 1, 2024

On February 29, 2024, Sisters from Carrico Hall celebrated Leap Year in the Carrico Multipurpose Room.

Sister Services made a frog from watermelons and filled it with fruit, decorated chocolate brownies with “lily pads” using icing for the gummy frog to sit on, and provided prints of various species of frogs for the Sisters to paint.

We listened to “Jeremiah was a Bullfrog” by Three Dog Night and watched videos so we could see how colorful frogs can be. Individual Sisters read trivia about Leap Day.

It was a fun celebration had by all!

3 Comments

  1. Ann Palatty

    it must have been much fun to celebrate the Leap Year. We will have to wait another four years to think of anything like it. Let us hope there will be more frogs around by then.

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  2. Ann Palatty

    How good it must have been to celebrate the Leap Year event. We have to wait for another four years to think of anything like this. I hope there will be more frogs around at that time.

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  3. Liz Field, SCNA

    What a great way to have fun while learning! I think the many creative ways would very stimulating and helpful in adding delight to the days that sometimes can become routine lacking excitement. Thanks to all who worked on this lovely project!

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