7:00 pm Keystone Sing-a-
On Thursday, October 18, the Fitness & Aquatic center will be closed from 11 am 4 pm to upgrade the lighting system.Wellness
If you wish to complete the Holleran survey on-line, click here, and you must enter the password.
You can now take a look at the new MyErickson web site for Ann's Choice in its early stages. Click here, then Sign On As Guest, then click on Ann's Choice, and you can move around. Remember, some things are still being built.
Keystone KraftersVISIT THE KEYSTONE KRAFTERS FOR A SNEEK PREVIEW OF ITEMS FOR SALE AT THE NOVEMBER CRAFT FAIR 11/2 AND 11/3
Ivy Glen carpet information.
If you liked Elvis Presley back in the day, click here. We also got a letter from a new resident. Take a look - scroll down a bit below the Elvis article.
Rocker/recliner, Never used Vera Bradley garment bag, Never used CD/DVD cases, lift chair, health meter. Car, Towle ornaments. Used Car wanted. BUY/SELL
Want to laugh today? You had only one job and best friends. church poster, pics of animals in tight spaces, sayings and cartoons.
Absence from Ann's Choice
Clubhouse Dress Code
Q: If I’m away from Ann’s Choice for a period of time, do I get a reduction in my monthly fee?
A: You must be away for at least 11 consecutive days to get a non-occupancy credit. On the eleventh day of absence, a credit of $14.00/day for a single person and $22.00/day for the second person will be applied to your bill. There is no separate provision at this point for a meal credit. That was part of the rationale for offering a 20-meal plan along with the monthly plan.
|11||Dawson Terrace||21||Bartlett Run||31||Magnolia Landing|
|12||Montgomery Court||22||Lewis Pointe||32||Bayberry Grove|
|13||Westwood Place||23||Taylor Crossing||33||Ivy Glen|
|14||Park View||24||Morris Square||34||Holly View|
|15||Hampton Ridge||25||Braxton Court||35||Maple Terrace|
Appropriate attire is expected in the Clubhouse for all residents, employees, visitors and guests. Please be sure that you and your guests wear shoes and a shirt while in the public areas on campus. If you are returning from a swim, please wear shoes or sandals and an appropriate cover-up as you pass through the public areas of the buildings.
To assure an atmosphere of decorum, neatness, good grooming, self respect and consideration of fellow residents’ sensibilities, ‘smart casual’ attire such as: slacks, corduroy pants, shirts with a collar (long/short sleeved dress shirt, polo shirt, etc.), turtleneck sweaters, skirts, blouses, dresses, dress pants, or dress jeans is expected in our restaurants, including Banners. In each of our restaurants, residents, guests and visitors should not wear shorts (Bermuda shorts no greater than 1” above the knee are permissible May through September only). Please refrain from wearing the following unsuitable attire: short shorts, tank tops, spaghetti strap or halter tops, beach shoes, e.g., flip flops, athletic wear, torn jeans and night or loungewear. Hats should not be worn in the restaurant, unless needed for medical or cultural reasons. Shoes or foot coverings are expected at all times for all residents, visitors and children.
Anyone not appropriately attired will not be seated or served.
We now have a courier service that will deliver mail from any neighborhood to any other neighborhood. It is in effect now and will be done once a day, by 9:30 AM. It can go to a resident or a staff member and the item will by placed in the residents cubby or to the staff members desk.
The rules are:
Have your letter(s) at your front desk by 9:30 for that day, else it will be delivered the next day;
Weekends are excluded;
Deliveries are once a day;
No bulk mailing;
Your letter must have a name, and cubby or department number;
And no valuables please.
Contact Gail Dahlen to add/change information on this paage.