The company’s hostess greeted us and was very informative and made us feel welcome.
We were invited to watch a video about the beginning of the company and the company name changes. We also watched the adventures of a very funny and self-assured lady named Ms. Annie.
I believe around 250 people are employed there. We were given an interesting tour of the company and its operations. It was amazing to watch the study and complex work being done by the busy employees. The place was immaculate and the people were friendly.
The hostess topped off the meeting and tour by offering us a hefty cup of ice cream. Each visitor got their choice of their delicious ice cream served to them in their ice cream parlor.
The seniors came back to Oxford and are lunch at the Western Sizzler. The seniors enjoyed the rip and the tasty food.
The seniors making the trip to the Blue Dell Creamery were Estelle Diamond, Grace Adair, Carol Fairs, Aggie Harbour, Kathleen Amberson, Brenda Johnson, Martha Burns, Louise Simpson, Helen Spoon, Lillian Smith, Geraldine Stitts, Betty Lawler, Brenda Lawler and Latatasie Starr.
The seniors departed at 8 a.m. on a van driven by Craig Russell on April 18.