Love and Laughter Fill the Air at PVN’s Not So Newlywed Game

Love was in the air at Presbyterian Village North (PVN) on Friday, February 9, as seven resident couples gathered in the Auditorium for a heartwarming and entertaining event just in time for Valentine’s Day. With a crowd of more than 150 residents eagerly watching, the couples took part in a lively game of the “Not So Newlywed Game,” putting their knowledge of each other to the test.

Inspired by the classic television game show, “The Newlywed Game,” the event proved to be a delightful evening filled with laughter, surprises and heartwarming moments. Moderated by the Director of Resident Services, Lisa Englander, each couple faced a series of revealing questions designed to determine just how well they knew—or didn’t know—each other.

From humorous anecdotes to touching revelations, the game showcased the unique bonds shared by each couple, highlighting the depth of their relationships and the joy of companionship in later life. As the questions unfolded, the audience erupted in laughter and applause, thoroughly enjoying the playful banter and responses from the participants.

While every couple left with a consolation prize to commemorate the occasion, there could only be one winning pair. After tallying up the scores, it was Sue Sherrod and Jude Hammett who emerged victorious, earning themselves a coveted gift certificate to The Woodlands Restaurant for their impressive performance.

The Not So Newlywed Game at PVN proved to be more than just a fun-filled evening—it was a testament to the enduring power of love, laughter and connection, reminding us all of the beauty found in sharing life’s journey with those we hold dear.