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Monday, May 27


11:30-2:00  Memorial Day Buffet

(all restaurants)


6:45  BINGO (MPR)


There will be no Keystone Krafters meeting on Monday, Memorial Day.

Planning ahead for May 28th:

Please be aware that the next power shutdown date is planned for Tuesday, May 28th, 2019. This is the day immediately following Memorial Day. If you had planned to visit family or go away for the holiday, please make sure that you have planned accordingly. Be sure to edit any away sheets you may have filled out in advance at the front desk if you plan to return after the shutdown.


Everything you wanted to know.  Join us on June 6th, 9:30 in our computer room in Lewis Pointe (T08) for a presentation on everything GMAIL offers you.  Click here.

We have the June issue of Choice Chatter and our Technology Newsletter - click on Publications.

Some pictures from our recent Dance Party taken by Les Bergen - click on the image.

Table Shuffleboard is starting in June, click here.

The Olympics are ongoing. We will have pictures and results of all events.  Click on the image for more. 

How about some nice pictures from our Mothers Day brunch.  Click here.

Banners has new walls going up.  Check out the new pictures courtesy of Harry Beam.  Click on the image for dining.

'Time After Time' will be in the Keystone Clubhouse every 1st and 3rd Wednesday to repair watches and sell batteries.

Do you have any old audio cassettes or phonograph records that you would like to have on a CD?  We have the equipment to do that, in our AC3 computer room.  Click here to contact one of the members for help.

Do you have a Windows based computer question or problem?  Click here for the computer club page.  We might be able to provide free help.

Check out the BUY/SELL/WANT/FREE page to see what's new.  WANTED:  CAR.  Sale - Puse 6 Power Chair, Entertainment Center price reduction, etc.  Wanted for charity:  golf clubs.


Want to laugh today?  Things to Ponder.....   Go to the Humor to Enjoy page.  Animal parenting pics.  More toons.  Signs of the time, a dog's bedtime prayer.  "The Car"   Computer Humor!!  Newly added animal pictures - so funny!!

Humor to enjoy



January                                                                                                                                               In the news…Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney wins the New Hampshire primary, only to be crushed in the South Carolina primary by Newt Gingrich.                                      


Here at home…Residents enthusiastically supported a towel drive sponsored by Philanthropy’s Doing Good Committee to benefit the new Bucks County SPCA shelter in Quakertown. We collected 91 bags of towels for animal care. Also in January, a planned water system maintenance project meant no water (hot or cold) to apartments (and yes, we survived!).

February                                                                                                                                           In the news…Wall Street has its best February in 14 years and the Dow hits 13000, pointing to an economic recovery.                                                                                                                  


Here at home…We held our 8th annual Wing Bowl and Freddy Crossland (Security) was the winner with a wing count of 67! Thanks to a mild winter, daffodils were in full bloom in front of Village Clubhouse. The Phillie Phanatic visited campus to help us (and some of our pets) pack up all of those SPCA towels. And the resident website,, celebrated its first anniversary, establishing it as the go-to place for campus information.

March                                                                                                                                                     In the news…Governor Romney cleans up in the “Super Tuesday” round of national primaries.                        



Here at home…A Tech Expo introduced residents to new technology; and the annual Variety Show filled the PAC stage with music and comedy. The RAC election was held.

April                                                                                                                                                 In the news…North Korea test-fires a long-range missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead, but the missile disintegrates shortly after takeoff.                                                                                


Here at home… Resident creativity was on display at the Fine Arts and Crafts Sale to benefit the BCF and Scholars Fund. Volunteers were “appreciated” at the annual Philanthropy breakfast.

May                                                                                                                                                 In the news…Edvard Munch’s iconic painting The Scream sells in New York for a record $120 million.      


Here at home… We said goodbye to Executive Director Joe LoCascio, a man of many talents - and costumes! The 4th annual Golf Tournament raised money for our Scholars Fund and the annual Home Run Derby was won by Jim Seybolt and Joan Skelly. LJ Herman and Yoli D’Archangelo represented Ann’s Choice at the Bucks County YWCA’s “Women Who Make a Difference”event.


June                                                                                                                                                   In the news…Queen Elizabeth II celebrates 60 years on the throne with a pageant of nautical vessels down the River Thames and a concert featuring Sir Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder, who serenade the Queen with “Isn’t She Lovely.”  


Here at home… It was hot, hot, hot…record setting temperatures arrived, continuing into July. The 5th annual food drive, a Doing Good project, collected over a ton of food for the pantries of the Bucks County Housing Group. Dining Services rolled out the Flexible Meal plan option (replacing the “Meal of the Day” program), giving residents a choice between 30(31) meals a month or 20, with the added convenience of being permitted to use more than one meal credit a day for themselves or guests. The 9th Community Forum posed the question, “We’re not getting any younger. What are we going to do about it?”

July                                                                                                                                                 In the news…The Olympic Games begin in London with a lavish (and somewhat surreal) opening ceremony in which a stuntman dressed as the Queen parachutes out of a helicopter! United State athletics take 46 gold medals, more than any other country.         


Here at home… Residents Betty Sykes and Ruth Kurtz and staff member Ed Shreiner led a project to grow produce for the Coordinating Council Emergency Food Cupboard, using garden spaces in the resident garden area managed by the Ann’s Choice Garden Club. Chris Donati, our former Associate Executive Director, returned to Ann’s Choice to become our Executive Director.

August                                                                                                                                           In the news…NASA’s rover “Curiosity” made a spectacular landing, showing off its braking power by going from 13,000 mph to 2 mph to park safely on Mars.  


Here at home…Ann’s Choice celebrated its 9th year of operation with more than 2000 residents now living on our Warminster campus!    

September                                                                                                                                     In the news…To no one’s surprise, President Obama is selected as the Democratic Party candidate for President.                                                                                                                  


Here at home… September’s Benevolent Care Fund Gala had a touch of mystery and glamour with a “Masked Ball” theme; and the Medical Center offered the possibility of winning a Kindle, iPad or flat-screen TV in return for a quick and painless flu shot.

October                                                                                                                                                   In the news…A massive super-storm, Hurricane Sandy, makes a direct hit on the New York metropolitan area and the storm surge and fierce winds devastate coastal areas of New York and New Jersey.                                                                                                                              


Here at home…We were well prepared for Hurricane Sandy, thanks to management’s great planning. Rain and wind pelted us all day and through the night. While it did little damage to our community, more than half a million Delaware Valley residents were without power. The lights went out here one day later in the month for a planned electrical “tune-up,” which went without a hitch. The “Erickson Walking Challenge” ended with 234 walkers, 56 teams walking in 21 states and 3 countries, completing 18,184 miles.


November                                                                                                                                       In the news…Americans go to the polls, electing President Obama to a second term.              


Here at home…We learned about the history of the Naval Air Development Center (the former occupiers of our acreage) from a documentary, “Tales From Before Ann’s Choice,” produced by residents Jim Meyer and Ken Longman. Zumba, a national exercise craze, became one of the many fitness options available.

December                                                                                                                                             In the news…Prince William and Kate Middleton confirm that they are expecting their first child; and the Washington powerful enter into tense negotiations with the President on a plan to avoid the “fiscal cliff” automatic tax hikes and spending cuts due to take effect on January 1.


Here at home… Chris Wheeler answered questions about the Phillies during a “Let’s Talk Sports” show (produced by resident Diana Bowen for Channel 5); the Philadelphia Zoo on Wheels visited; the Ann’s Choice Chorus presented a “Glory-ous Holiday Concert”; the Staff Appreciation Fund reached over $340,000 with 78% of residents participating; and Renaissance Gardens officially became Continuing Care at Ann’s Choice.

Who’s new?

Staff changes included the addition of Morgan Gioffre to Channel 5; Dave Rector, formerly with our IT Department, also moved over to Channel 5. Long-time Ann’s Choice employee Debbie Turnock was promoted to Restaurant Manager for Banners/Fireside restaurants. Rev. James S. Sutton became our first Pastoral Ministries Associate. Gloria Smith, our Director of Nursing at RG, assumed the administrator’s job. John Mann, formerly director of Extended Care at Riderwood Village (Maryland), joined the leadership team as Associate Executive Director. And much to the delight of many residents, Holly Henderson, who started as a student server at Fireside Restaurant in 2003, returned to Banners Café (having completed her degree at East Stroudsburg University) and became a service coach. Welcome back, Holly!

And let’s hear it for…

  • Our Grounds Department, winning 2nd place in the annual Bucks Beautiful competition.
  • Deborah Olcese, recognized among her peers with the 2012 Sales Leadership Award.
  • Rose Gardens, listed by US News as one of America’s Top Nursing Homes (2012).
  • Jessica Bunner, who received the Good Samaritan Award from the Pennsylvania Senate for saving the life of an ACH resident.
  • Our staff – the annual Halloran survey showed that 94.9% of our residents would recommend Ann’s Choice.


The Week (magazine) Dec. 28, 2012-January 4, 2013

Erickson Tribune

Ann’s Choice Board of Directors Annual Report 2012

Prospect Hill Library Archives




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