When a Cambridge House employee heard residents talking about how much they missed the race track, she started working on a plan to bring the race track to them. Read our latest article to see what kind of fun we have planned for June.
The May edition of the Cambridge House Chronicle includes the latest wellness, lifestyle, and sports news, plus photos and updates from our community and corporate office.
Cambridge House is all set to participate in Red Nose Day on May 24th. Funds raised during Red Nose Day are used to end child poverty in the United States and around the world.
Check out the latest article from Cambridge House, featuring John Mars, one of our most well-known residents, and his niece, Laurie Metcalf, of Roseanne fame. You’ll read how she is making 60+ look fabulous and how we are celebrating the arts here at Cambridge House.
With St. Louis just 15 miles away, Cambridge House of Maryville joined in on the Mardi Gras celebration. Learn about the history of Mardi Gras, its connection to the St. Louis area and how we celebrated at Cambridge House this year.
It’s a new year, and the residents at Cambridge House of Maryville are working on healthy habits. They join our Step in Time aerobic exercise class three times per week and walk the halls of our community to stay active. Read this month’s story to learn more about their efforts.
From letters to our grade school pen pals to making Christmas cards for deployed veterans and a young boy who was shot and lost his family in the Texas church shooting, Cambridge House residents have been busy writing this holiday season.
Turning 100 is a big deal. Help us wish Cambridge House resident Neal a Happy Birthday and read our latest post for his tips to living a long and healthy life.
Here at Cambridge House of Maryville, we are fortunate to have many veterans call our community home. In honor of Veterans Day, we’d like to feature one of our very own: Lynda Leggett. Read this article to learn more about her time serving in the Navy during the Korean Conflict.