November Issue of The Trail Mix

In This Issue:

Fostering a Culture of Courtesy

In an increasingly fast-paced and interconnected world, where differences abound and personal space is often compromised, a culture of courtesy is more essential than ever. Courtesy, defined as polite behavior and respectful manners, is the glue that holds a community together. It promotes positive interactions, fosters understanding, and ensures a harmonious coexistence among people from diverse backgrounds. This article delves into the significance of cultivating a culture of courtesy and its impact on society.

Trinity Woods Board members, employees and residents gathered together with facilitator Kay Collier McLaughlin to refresh and affirm the Trinity Woods Culture of Courtesy we all agree to work and live by. The day was full of open discussions on how best to be a good neighbor and support a healthy community. Participants walked away with a better understanding of how to disagree with someone respectfully by engaging in a discussion instead of a debate and listening to others point of view.

The Culture of Courtesy is not a mere nicety but a fundamental building block of a thriving community. It is the foundation upon which respect, empathy, trust, and social harmony are constructed. We know this is a collective responsibility to foster these values and ensure that they remain a driving force in our interactions with each other. In a world that is constantly evolving, the culture of courtesy is a timeless and invaluable treasure that we must cherish and preserve.

November STAR Employee of the Month announced – Crystal!

November Wellness Events
Wellness Nurse, Lupina Fry, discuss all the lessons learned from Covid that should still be in practice as we enter cold and flu season.

We also celebrate Veterans Day with Nathan Hale High School ROTC will present the colors. Joshua Taylor, a senior at Jenks High School, will sing the National Anthem.

The month won’t be complete without a Thanksgiving Reception, Saturday at the Symphony and a good old fashion Oklahoma sing-a-long!

New Neighbors
Meet Tom and Patsy and Carolyn!

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