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Eagle Ridge of Decatur

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Eagle Eye – May 2019

Eagle Eye – May 2019

The May issue of the Eagle Eye  features articles on longevity, physical activity and a recipe for microwave bell peppers. It also features pictures from the Eagle Ridge Easter Egg Hunt.

Eagle Eye – April 2019

Eagle Eye – April 2019

The April issue of the Eagle Eye features articles about the complications diabetes can cause. It also includesour Supportive Living Week activities, a recipe for chocolate zucchini bread and much more.

Eagle Eye – February 2019

Eagle Eye – February 2019

The February issue of the Eagle Eye features articles on trends in the senior living industry, our mission of serving residents with love, heart facts and news about prescription drug abuse in older adults. You’ll also find a Super Bowl quiz, a recipe for strawberry pie, a crossword puzzle and more.

Festival of Trees Planning Underway

Learn how area businesses can get involved with our 2018 Tree Festival. Our annual event features dozens of beautifully decorated trees throughout our community. Eagle Ridge residents and our visitors are looking forward to seeing what everyone has planned this year. The Festival of Trees Celebration will be held on Dec. 6.

The Eagle Eye – September 2018

The Eagle Eye – September 2018

In this month’s issue of The Eagle Eye, you’ll find the latest updates from our community and corporate office. Be sure to take a look at July & August Residents of the Month, plus see a farewell message from Sarah, our Resident Services Coordinator, and mark your calendars for September 13th, the date of our Annual Fall Festival.

The Eagle Eye – June 2018

The Eagle Eye – June 2018

This month’s issue of the Eagle Eye features wellness tips, a word search puzzle, updates from our corporate office and information about staff anniversaries, a cancer awareness fundraiser, a special 100th birthday and more.

Eagle Ridge Scarf Project

Eagle Ridge Scarf Project

For our latest Giving Back project, Eagle Ridge residents made scarves, and then gave them away on one of the coldest days of the year.