The residents enjoyed an evening of entertainment and laughter amongst one another in the Arcadia Gardens dining room with Activity Director, Rick and Volunteer Debbie. Special New Year’s eve hats were worn by all the residents while they toasted into the new year of 2016. The residents are looking forward to 2016 and what the […]
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Alfredo and Betty Sipert have always been active. “I was so worried when we moved into Arcadia Gardens that I wouldn’t have much to do,” Betty says, “but, after living here for a year we find that there are so many activities to choose from we can’t take them all in! Rick’s art classes are my favorite; I love to paint.”
It was a dream of my parents to build a community where the elderly can be cared for as if they were family and though it has been nearly four decades since their vision is as strong as ever.
Our residents in Memory Lane have been enjoying a lot of great activities this summer. We paid a special tribute to all our Heroes on Memorial Day. We respect and continue to show thanks to these special people through poetry, song, and art.
Our guests truly enjoyed the recent cooking class. On the menu, we had a Cold Beet Gazpacho, Grilled Chicken Caprese Sandwich, and Strawberry Shortcake. What A beautiful lunch to start the Summer season.
One Thousand U.S. flags will stand in solemn formation in Arcadia this coming May. Hosted by the Rotary Club of Arcadia, this stirring display will unite the community in a patriotic tribute to honor our Veterans. Each flag represents an individual and tells a story. Flags may be sponsored to honor individual veterans.
“The secret ingredient to staying happily married for 70 years is a good husband,” says Barbara Cain who recently celebrated her 70th Anniversary with husband Joseph at Arcadia Gardens.