Rockynol hosted an evening of education, enlightenment, and entertainment in early June. The Construction by Candlelight Dinner saw a "sellout" crowd of invited guests who enjoyed learning more about our past, present, and future while on an employee guided tour of our various construction projects.
Effective July 1, Renner will begin additionally supporting Senior Independence Home Health and Hospice, a wholly-owned subsidiary of OPRS.
Seniors who've reserved apartments in the 10-story Goodale Landing under construction in Victorian Village won't move in until late fall, but they already know their neighbors.
Cape May Retirement Village hosted its annual Fishing Derby on June 15. Hosted by Cape May’s 3M Club, the Fishing Derby brought another year of successful fishing, despite the inclement weather. More than 20 dedicated anglers came out to join friends, family and residents for a morning of finishing in Cape May’s lake, followed by lunch in the Campus Center.
Mr. Hemry, a Cleveland Hospice Client was pinned and recognized for his service through the We Honor Veterans program.
There is plenty of information available for those seeking retirement living, care and services. Here are tips to get you started!
The city of Willoughby had their annual Car Cruise-In this past Saturday from 4-11 p.m. A few residents in our woodshop helped design and build a 24' by 8' bucket list board.
Mount Pleasant's Treasure Barn is an on-campus retail shop that is operated by a great group of resident volunteers.
Separating fact from fiction can be difficult, especially when it comes to information about your health. Cutting through the Internet clutter and opinions from friends to uncover the truth is key to keeping the mind and body well.