Cambridge Team Qualifies for Final Four
Date Posted : 04/21/2010
After seven weeks of regular season competition and two weeks of playoffs, the Wii bowling team at Cambridge House of Maryville has qualified for the 2010 Supportive Living Wii Bowling Final Four in Springfield, Illinois.The semi-finals are scheduled for Monday, April 26, at the President Abraham Lincoln Hotel. The team of residents from Cambridge House of Maryville will be competing against a team from Eagle Ridge of Decatur in the second semi-final game scheduled to start at 3:30 p.m. The first semi-final game, scheduled for a 2 p.m. start time, pits Glen Haven of Alton against a second team from Eagle Ridge of Decatur. The finals will be held the following morning, with the competition for third place scheduled to start at 9 a.m. and for first place at 10:30 a.m.The tournament is being sponsored by the Affordable Assisted Living Coalition as part of Supportive Living Week 2010, which is being celebrated by Supportive Living communities throughout Illinois from April 26 through 30.Thirty-seven teams of residents from Supportive Living communities in Illinois participated in the torunament.The Supportive Living program is designed for adults 65 and older as well as adults with disabilities of all incomes who need some help to maintain their independence but do not require skilled nursing care. The program is especially designed to serve those who do not have the financial resources to afford private pay assisted living.The Cambridge House of Maryville affordable assisted living community is one of nearly 120 Supportive Living communities that are in operation in Illinois and is one of three Cambridge House communities located in the Metro East. The Cambridge House of Maryville, O’Fallon and Swansea communities are managed by BMA Management, Ltd., the leading provider of affordable assisted living in Illinois. BMA also manages Eagle Ridge of Decatur.The President Abraham Lincoln Hotel is located at 701 E. Adam St. in Springfield.
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