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Celebrating a new beginning at St. Paul Village

May 4, 2012

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I found myself shaking my head in agreement with one of St. Paul Village‘s residents this week. Following the grand re-opening ceremony at St. Paul, Marjorie Moseley commented to a TV reporter, “It’s hard when you’re in your 80s to get used to change, but change is good.”

That may well be good for Mrs. Moseley – and truly great for St. Paul Village. The change there truly is good. Coming in the form of a $13 million renovation that spanned more than 14 months, apartments at St. Paul are now heated and cooled using geothermal technology. They are larger with more open kitchens that allow residents to visit moreeasily with their guests. And residents can enjoy new gardens a walking paths, plus much more.

Stop by and take a look around. I’m sure you find it worth the visit!

Away we go!

August 26, 2011

We’re off and running!

Episcopal Retirement Homes is┬ástarting a blog … and it is off to an amazing and awesome start! Just getting a look at all we can do here is wonderfully refreshing.

Of course, as we continue to build this presence we will look to you, our readers, for input on potential topics. We’ll certainly talk about what’s happening around the ERH family of communities, in-home and community-based services. But we also want to focus on the people that make our communities and services so terrific in the first place. After all, they are the heart of who we are!

There will be other items of interest, too, based on your feedback. Do you want to read about care options? What about what’s going on with something like Alzheimer’s or dementia care? Would tips on staying active and healthy at home be of interest?

Please let us know using the comments feature here, or email us at erhmarketing@erhinc.com. After all, this blog is for you! We look forward to talking with you in the months and years to come!