Updates & Events

Visitors to our Adult Day Services club on Friday mornings are treated to the fragrant aroma of cinnamon, apples, and spices mingling in the kitchen! This is because the Sweet Tooth Bakers meet every Friday to whip up a recipe from scratch. The month of October featured recipes highlighting apples: homemade apple butter, apple pie bread, baked apples, and hot mulled cider! Yum!

With Halloween right around the corner, Adult Day Services friends joined together to assemble treat bags for a group of first graders at a local elementary school. The older adults and students participate in the Intergenerational Literacy Partnership on a. Read More…

A Christian Living Communities Adult Day Services participant commands the keyboard as she and her friends log-on to check their email during their weekly computer activity. The Adult Day Services club members utilize a computer program created especially for seniors. Read More…

The Clermont Park Retirement Community is hosting Antiques and Heirlooms on Thursday, September 27 at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., where guests can bring in one item for appraisal. Gary Piattoni, a nationally recognized expert in art and antiques will. Read More…

The walls will be coming down one more time at Clermont Park as we clear away the house at the corner of Harvard and Clermont Street to make way for our new Adult Day Service.  The backhoe will be on. Read More…

The Johnson Center and Village communities and Adult Day Services participants recently are able to hold technology right in their own hands. We recently purchased three Shuttle tablets, similar to an iPad, that carry our IN2L (It’s Never Too Late) platforms which. Read More…

Forty-five days after the invasion of Normandy, dozens of U.S. Army nurses landed on Utah Beach to care for the wounded and dying in the fight to win World War II. They set up tents for a hospital in a. Read More…

41 metro area school children are well outfitted for another year of learning thanks to seniors at Christian Living Communities, a local not-for-profit senior services provider. The backpacks, supplies and time to stuff them were all donated by seniors benefiting. Read More…

August 27, 2012 | Posted in Updates & Events | Leave a comment

Centennial veteran and Holly Creek resident “Dub” Browning reflects on his experience with the historic nuclear attack Click here to view the story via The Villager Newspaper

Fifteen caregivers from our Clermont Park community experienced firsthand some of the frustrations many seniors experience everyday such as blurred faces, mumbled conversations and nagging foot pain due to typical health problems that come with aging. It was part of. Read More…

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