This month’s newsletter includes some interesting facts about the month of September, an introduction to Melissa from Activities, info about voting by mail, plus news and updates from our corporate office! Click on the photo to read more!
Meet Melissa, activity assistant at Lacey Creek. Click to read more.
Meet Barnard, Lacey Creek’s new Business Office Manager. Click the image to read more.
Meet Jasmine, our new Move-In Coordinator. Click the image to read more.
In August’s newsletter, read about changes to shopping in the country store, information on applying to vote by mail, as well as updates, news and a new recipe from our corporate office!
Inside July’s edition of The Lacey Creek Courier, you’ll find valuable information about face masks and their role in reducing the spread of Covid-19, pictures of some activities we’ve had while Reclaiming Our Home, news and updates from our corporate office, and a special shout-out to a happy couple celebrating a big milestone!
June is cataract awareness month, so in this month’s newsletter you’ll find signs and symptoms of cataracts and how they’re treated, some news and updates from our corporate office, and fun photos from sunglasses day and red white and blue day!
These unprecedented times have given us, as a society, an upheaval in how we are used to living our day to day lives. The idea of having to social distance, potentially not hug one of our loved ones or only communicate via an electronic devise has left everyone longing for more…including knowing what to do that is right. The ongoing question is what do we do to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe? Click to read on.
In this month’s newsletter, read the latest updates and news from our corporate office, enjoy fun pictures from our Beach Day and see what makes our staff essential!
As we continue to learn more about the COVID-19 outbreak and how quickly it can spread, we have taken a number of precautions to keep residents safe. We have been and continue to be highly proactive in taking steps to help ensure the health and welfare of all residents and limiting possible exposure to COVID-19 or other viruses. Even with our best efforts, as we are all learning, this virus spreads quickly and is easily transmitted.