From a miniature horse visit to a back-to-school bash, July was a busy month at Cedar Grove Assisted Living. Read our latest article to find out all the details and get a sneak peek of what’s ahead next month.
Read the latest article from Cedar Grove to see how residents are keeping busy. We recently picked cucumbers from our garden, canned them, poured brine over the top and enjoyed some delicious pickles.
July has been a busy month at Cedar Grove Assisted Living. We took two different trips; one we went to Point Park at lunch and shopped with the local vendors the second trip we went to Shoney’s and ate lunch. We celebrated National Daiquiri Day with daiquiris on the patio with snacks and music. I think the most fun was when the staff played corn hole against the residents. It was neck and neck until the resident pulled to the lead to win. Cannot wait ‘til August to see what is in store, stop by anytime to join in the fun!
This month’s newsletter contains articles and photos from our corporate office as well as information about upcoming events at Cedar Grove.
It is finally starting to feel like summer here at Cedar Grove Assisted Living. We have been working hard on the community garden. This June, we invite you to our Father’s Day Brunch, Hog Roast, and any Activity that you may want to participate in with us. Stop by and introduce yourself to two of our new staff members: Pam Johnson, Director of Nursing, and Rita Phillips, Business Office Manager. They will be pleased to meet each and every one of you.
In this month’s Cedar Grove News, you will be able to read a message from the Desk of Gardant CEO Rod Burkett, regarding the 20th anniversary of the property management company’s creation. You will also see an article from Gardant VP Rick Banas on the Human Longevity Project, a note from our Administrator Jodi Curry about our the upcoming events, a recipe for microwaveable bell peppers and a word search.
Check out this inspirational story about a woman who continues to push herself after pursuing track and field as a hobby at age 60. Today, at 84, she has earned more than 750 medals and holds 26 World Records and 20 US Records. Way to go, Flo. You are an inspiration to us all!