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ACTIVITIES

Monday, June 24

 

8:00-10:00  Tennis

           (Tennis Courts)

8:00-12:00  Golf (Fairway)

8:30-11:30  Poker III

           (Garden Lounge)

9:00-9:30 Morning  

            Prayer (Chapel)

9:00-11:00  Woodshop

           Repair  Service

           (Woodshop)

9:30-12:00  Ladies Golf

           (Off Campus)

9:30-12:30  Pottery Club

           Village Craft Studio

10:00-10:45  Aqua Tone

            (Pool) Registration

           Required

10:00-11:30  Cribbage

           (Keystone Lobby)

10:00-12:00  Advanced

           Beginner Bridge

          (Keystone Craft Rm)

10:00-12:00  Beginners

                       Bridge

           Garden Lounge

10:30-11:30  Gentle Yoga

            (Liberty Club Rm)

           Registration

           Required

12:30-2:30    Wii Golf

            (Liberty Club Rm)

1:00-2:00    Ping Pong

            (Liberty Club Rm)

1:00-2:30    Water

                      Volleyball

            (Pool)

1:00-3:00    AC Quilters

            (Village Craft Rm)

1:00-3:00    Party Bridge

         (Keystone Craft Rm)

1:00-3:00 Keystone

                  Krafters

            (Garden Lounge)

1:00-4:00    Standard

                     Poker

            (Garden Lounge)

2:45-3:45    Tai Chi

             (Liberty Club Rm)

4:00-8:00    Table

                     Shuffleboard

             (Liberty Club Rm)

6:15-9:30   Duplicate

                    Bridge

          (Keystone Craft Rm)

6:30-9:00   Duplicate

                    Bridge

             (Liberty & Village

             Craft Studios)

6:45-8:15   BINGO  (MPR)

7:00-9:00   Mexican

                    Train

            (Garden Lounge)

 

 

 

 

Click here for Inside Window Washing Schedule

We now have the July Jewish Newsletter available - click here.

The photography Club is meeting on Friday, the 28th - click on the image for their agenda.

One more event left - Billiards on Friday, June 28.  Coming to an end of a successful Olympics.  Click on the image for more. 

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

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 FREE spinet piano.  Sale:  Golden Tech comfort chair, Madame Alexander Dolls, cargo cover and hammock cargo net for Toyota RAV4, Table/chairs, dresser, entertainment center.  WANTED:  CAR.  Sale PRICE REDUCED- Puse 6 Power Chair, Entertainment Center price reduction, etc.  Wanted for charity:  golf clubs.

BUY/SELL

Want to laugh today?  Things to Ponder.....   Funny signs - 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

It was a good year

 
   

 …for residents who had lived at Ann’s Choice for ten or more years — they          became the first members of the 10 Year Residents Club

for those who use our Rose Gardens Skilled Nursing — the program received a 5-Star quality rating from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

for Erickson Advantage, once again earning a 5-Star health plan rating

for future residents of Rose Gardens as plans were finalized for the new Chestnut Pointe addition to the facility

for communication on campus with the implementation of the “Erickson Now” platform and Touchtown, which became the main communication modality

for expanding your horizons — over 400 residents enrolled in Ann’s Choice Lifelong Learning Academy (ACLLA) courses

for sharing our time and talent — residents reported over 93,000 hours of volunteer service

for avoiding the flu because more than 90% of our residents were immunized during the Ann’s Choice Medical Center’s Influenza Campaign

for fostering good relationships among residents during  “Brotherhood Week” sponsored by the Ann’s Choice Diversity & Inclusion Team

for our resident website team and www.acresidents.org we celebrated our 5th anniversary on the first of February

for people who like snow - 25+ inches of it fell here in early February

for staying safe on campus roads with the implementation of a safe driving campaign designed to stress the importance of driving within our speed limit and actually stopping at stop signs

for residents with memory issues thanks to the implementation of a new program called “Ann’s Club”

for bargain shoppers when the Treasure Chest Furniture Store expanded its hours to include Saturdays

for artists and photographers, who had a new opportunity to share their work in the Gallery at Ann’s Choice in Liberty Commons Clubhouse

for golfers, who enjoyed a day of fun on the links at the annual golf tournament at Spring Mill Country Club and raised $14,050 for the BCF while doing it

for celebrating our diversity at the Heritage Food and Wine Festival

for making difficult decisions thanks to a very successful Community Forum titled “Whose Life Is It Anyway?”

for the Bucks County Housing Group, the beneficiary of our Food Drive

for dancing and dining at the 13th annual Gala, “Starry, Starry Night”

for makeovers — Village Clubhouse was renovated

for throwing your hat in the ring when Ivy Glen resident Larry Mullins ran for the Pennsylvania State Assembly’s 29th District seat

for getting out and about thanks to the numerous trips and excursions organized and executed by our Transportation Department

 

It was a bad year

for you if you didn’t like politics because there was no way to avoid the relentless news coverage and political messages bombarding us during this Presidential election year

for many of us when our much loved four-legged friend Rhett, the Rose Gardens house pet, passed away in early July

for our Medical Center staff as they implemented a new electronic medical records system and worked to make sure all of the data was correct

if you wanted to avoid exercising — the Fitness Center added yet another option, “Sit-N-Cize” (Yes, now you can SIT and exercise, so you have no excuse!)

because we said goodbye to our long-time Philanthropy Director Susan Abtouche, who left our community for other opportunities

when Director of General Services Robin Kaufold also said goodbye (Note:  the good news is that she returned some months later as our new Philanthropy Manager!)


With almost 88% of residents reporting overall satisfaction on the 2016 Holleran resident satisfaction survey and almost 92% indicating they would recommend Ann’s Choice, all signs pointed to a happy and successful community.
On to 2017!


Resources: Prospect Hill Library Archives, Erickson Tribune, 2016 Annual Report

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