1) The irrigation system is up and running at the Maria Anna Brunner Memorial Garden, watering the shrubs, plants and trees, making the garden a beautiful and peaceful place for reflection. Contributed photo
2) Sarah Aisenbrey, CPPS archivist, recently received word that she passed her professional exam and is now a Certified Archivist (C.A.) and a member of the Academy of Certified Archivists. We applaud her professional attainment and are proud to have her as CPPS archivist and guardian of our history. Sally Beaty photo
3) The Sisters at Salem Heights enjoy growing flowers and vegetables every year in the courtyard. Above, Sister Barbara Ann Hoying harvests the last bit of cherry tomatoes. Contributed photo
4) Sister Berenice (M. Edward) Janszen was recognized for 20 years of dedicated service as librarian at Salem Heights. She “retired” on October 8, 2020. Pictured above, Sister Nancy (Lisa Marie) Wolf gives Sister Berenice a floral arrangement as a token of gratitude for her many years of service. Contributed photo
5) Sisters and staff at Salem Heights celebrated Halloween by playing games and eating lots of sweets. Pictured above, Sister Katie Lett, Jim Livingston (maintenance), dressed as an angel, and Sister Eleanor McNally. Contributed photo
6) Sister Eleanor McNally took this beautiful photo of the Maria Anna Brunner Memorial Garden at Salem Heights before the leaves fell.