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Kirkland Village Residents Showcase Personal Collections at Collection Show

By: Stephen Juliano
April 6th, 2017

The buzz at Kirkland Village a Presbyterian Senior Living continuing care retirement community, is only now starting to calm after Kirkland's first ever Collection Show. The show was an opportunity for seniors living at the CCRC to display collections that are near and dear to them. Staff at Kirkland Village say it was a great success.

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Green Ridge Village Celebrates Masterpiece Living Week

By: Presbyterian Senior Living
June 23rd, 2016

At Green Ridge Village, a Presbyterian Senior Living community, we are committed to giving residents an abundance of interesting experiences. An example of this is Masterpiece Living Week, which was a travel themed week hosted throughout the community in May, complete with a passport showcasing the many “destinations” that residents experienced throughout the week. Read below to learn what seniors enjoyed during this weeklong adventure:

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Grandma Brings the Laughs at Humorcon at Kirkland Village

By: Presbyterian Senior Living
June 8th, 2016

Kirkland Village participated in National Humor Month by hosting "Humorcon", which had the senior audience cracking up at the stand-up comedy routines of their fellow residents. Laughter is an important part of living, no matter what the age. When younger, it's a sign of happiness and enjoying life. Laughing helps us get through the hard spots in life by laughing at ourselves instead of taking everything so seriously. But as we get older, the act of laughing helps reduce stress, can help in coping as well as healing and relieving symptoms of certain diseases.

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Welcome To Our 13th Annual Red Hat Luncheon

By: Presbyterian Senior Living
May 16th, 2016

The Red Hat Society is a well known phenomenom, chronicled in the media throughout the past 18 years. Inspired by the poem "Warning" by Jenny Joseph, which depicts an older woman wearing purple, with a red hat as an expression of independence and an "attitude", Sue Ellen Cooper formed a group of women over 50 who decided to meet middle age with "verve and humor".  The idea has taken root, with Red Hat Societies springing up in various places throughout the country and the world. Red Hat members wear full regalia the includes the distinctive red hats and purple outfits. If you are under 50 years of age you can still attend wearing pink hats and lavender outfits.

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We Love Spoiling Mothers at Presbyterian Senior Living

By: Presbyterian Senior Living
May 13th, 2016

She bathed you, clothed you, fed you, dried your tears, and helped you flourish into the amazing being that you are… That’s right, we’re talking about the one who loves us know matter what - Mom! Here at Presbyterian Senior Living, we understand the sentimental importance of celebrating Mother’s Day, and this year our communities really outdid themselves in honoring beloved moms. Here are a few of the special moments we’d like to share.

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Trout Fishing Catching the Best for Seniors in Pennsylvania

By: Presbyterian Senior Living
April 18th, 2016

The Falling Springs, Letort, Yellow Breeches, and the Big Spring streams are just a few of the many famous trout streams in South Central PA that are within reach of Green Ridge Village in Newville, PA. When you add the numerous wild brook trout and stocked trout streams the area has to offer, you have miles of trout streams within close proximity of each other. Resident anglers of the Green Ridge Village community, like Bob and Joe, have the Big Spring stream literally right in their back yard.

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