This month’s newsletter features articles from our corporate office, community reminders and details about our upcoming Valentine’s Day Brunch. Click the image to read more!
Discover tips and resources to help you learn about steps you can take to protect yourself and others from the flu and help stop the spread of germs.
This month, read about tips for walking in snow and ice. Find a recipe for quick and easy fudge. You’ll also find a note from our administrator and details about an upcoming event you won’t want to miss. Click the image to read more!
This month’s newsletter features articles and photos from our corporate office. You won’t want to miss page 4 for information about upcoming events!! Click the image to read the newsletter.
This month’s newsletter contains articles and photos from our corporate office. You’ll also find information about our site as a local cooling center and a note from our administrator.
This month’s newsletter features news and photos from our corporate office as well as information about upcoming events and photos from a recent activity.
Warmer weather is finally here, and Heritage Woods celebrated by welcoming the change of seasons with our 7th Annual Friends and Family Spring Brunch.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and heart decor is popular this month. Let it be a reminder to check on your heart health. In this month’s newsletter, you will find interesting heart facts, an important message about senior prescription drug abuse, an introduction to Kelly Bowen, our new Director of Nursing and have a chance to meet our community’s newest Labradoodle friend, Lucy.
In January’s edition of Good News in Gurnee, you will find winter safety tips and a sweet recipe for microwave caramels. Be sure to take a look at our company’s Shining Star Award recipients. This month’s issue also features our new discussion group with Gurnee police officers and some of the fun activities we hosted in December.
In this month’s article, you can read about how residents worked on fall wreaths that now decorate the halls of our community.