Perry Mouser has been diagnosed with Bell's Palsy and is recuperating at home.
Marilyn Davis is now living with her son and daughter-in-law, Duane and Keri Davis. She will not return to The Oaks. See her new address, above.
Darlia Hunt's daughter, Debra (a nurse) tested negative for COVID-19. She continues to recover well from a lengthy fever and extreme fatigue.
Charles Whitley -- continued recovery from shingles
All who are impacted by COVID-19 worldwide (the sick, health care professionals, and the essential service people who must continue to work even during this time of staying at home and "social distancing"). Many in our RRCC church family have family members and friends who are medical professionals and other essential workers. They all need our prayer support and encouragement.
Governors and business leaders as they work closely with scientists and health professionals to determine the timetable for allowing some businesses to resume with fewer social distancing restrictions.
All efforts being made to begin a thorough and widespread COVID-19 testing program throughout our country, which appears to be so critical in determining safe times/areas in which to start a cautious return to normalcy.
Residents of nursing homes and other retirement complexes who are currently unable to receive personal visits from anyone, even their immediate family members