Village at Duxbury residents take the no-fear approach to trying new activities. The retirement living community recently began offering instruction in how to play the ukulele.
Opening the Welch Senior Living 2018 Awards Dinner by congratulating the staff on their role as the “Promise Keepers,” Principal Paul T. Casale reminded employees that they are the ones who provide the care, comfort, energizing activities, and home-like atmosphere that ensure residents a wonderful life, and families, peace of mind.
Welch Senior Living’s Allerton House Assisted Living Communities strive to “Capture the Moment!” That was the theme of the recent National Assisted Living Week celebrations.
Professional colleagues joined The Village at Duxbury in the first-ever, “Spring into Summer,” Networking Event. The celebration was a “Thank You,” to the many professionals who refer their clients to independent or assisted living at The Village.
One of the neat things about The Village is that our cooks maintain their own fresh herb garden just steps from the kitchen. This recipe is the quintessential summer treat. Simple, colorful, fresh, fragrant, and easy to make.
More than 150 people stopped by The Village at Duxbury for a musical experience under the tent featuring Dan Kostreva’s Tinkertown Big Band, The Infractions, The Atlantic Youth Orchestra & Friends, and The North River Brass Quintet. The first-ever Village at Duxbury event included music to appeal to all ages.
The Village at Duxbury celebrated the 22nd Annual Duxbury Volunteer Awards by recognizing many Duxbury residents for their invaluable community service.
It’s time to nominate a worthy individual for The 2018 Duxbury Community Volunteer Award.
Another sold-out Black Tie Bingo at the Duxbury Council on Aging drew people from around the community. Bingo boards and dabbers were passed out. Balloons and favors decorated the senior center. Friends and colleagues gathered for a worthy cause.
The Plymouth Girl Scouts (Troop #66019) graced The Village at Duxbury with beautiful voices and an abundance of holiday cheer. Directed by Scout Leader Sunny Beane, the girls performed “Jingle Bells” and “Silent Night,” among other holiday favorites.