Be sure to check out May’s issue of our News From the Woods newsletter! It features a reflective note from our management company CEO Rod Burkett, wellness tips and information on our upcoming events such as our Mother’s Day Tea and May Birthday Celebration. This issue is packed with photos from our Supportive Living Week Celebration, too!
April’s issue of News From The Woods contains wellness, lifestyle and sports news, plus photos from our St. Patrick’s Day party last month and details about our upcoming Supportive Living Week Open House.
Our March newsletter includes articles from our corporate office, and the latest wellness tips and lifestyle news. You’ll also find details about some upcoming events and see fun photos from last month’s activities!
Read this month’s article to find out about how Harlem High School students are volunteering at Heritage Woods.
Our February issue of News From The Woods consists of the latest wellness and lifestyle news, a Super Bowl quiz and photos from our New Year’s Eve celebration. You can also find out about concerts that are coming up in February!
January’s issue of News From The Woods contains the latest wellness and lifestyle news, plus photos from the holidays. We are all excited to see what the new year will bring! Happy New Year’s to you all!
Heritage Woods residents were able to share their service stories with the Vietnow chaplain during a special visit. All of our veterans and the widows of veterans received gifts from the organization as well.
Read the latest article from Heritage Woods to find out how we are finding ways to give back and help those who need and deserve it most in our community.
December’s issue of News From The Woods contains the latest wellness and lifestyle news, plus photos from last month’s activities. December is our busiest month here in the Woods, so be sure to check out the many activities happening here this month. Happy Holidays from all of us here at Heritage Woods!
The latest volunteer project for Heritage Woods residents and staff involved helping pack 27,423 meals – enough food to feed 75 children for a year.