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  • ASHA Showcases Watermark Artists in State of Seniors Housing Annual Report

    ASHA Showcases Watermark Artists in State of Seniors Housing Annual Report

    Look familiar? The cover of ASHA’s newly released State of Seniors Housing Report features “Magnolias,” a beautiful oil painting by Stella Szemela, resident of The Fountains at Boca Ciega Bay. You may remember seeing it as February’s featured artwork in Expressions 2018. And that’s not all. Inside the report, you will see art by other […]

  • Highlights of Active Aging Week Programs

    Highlights of Active Aging Week Programs

    Active Aging Week was full of a variety of programs in all levels of care across the campus. Here are some of the highlights of the week. We had a Drum Circle led by Kay Lynn Sarkey who is a music therapist. She passed out a variety of drums including bongos and some small and […]

  • Active Aging Week – Spa Day

    Active Aging Week – Spa Day

    During Active Aging Week, residents were doing something fun every day! One day last week we decided to do a Spa Day, offering facials, make-overs, hot wax treatments with lotion hand massages, foot baths, chair massages, and serving champagne or fresh lemonade, accompanied by cheeses, grapes, blueberries, strawberries, pineapple and various crackers. The Heritage Hall "Adopt […]

  • Western Theme Party and Dinner

    Western Theme Party and Dinner

    Due to heavy rains the day of our theme party, we had a few problems with leaks in our big event room...so we all pulled together and moved all the decorated tables to the lobby after moving all the furniture out of the lobby! It was a tight fit, but we all decided it was […]

  • Hoe Down Raises Nearly $4,000 for Alzheimer’s Association

    Hoe Down Raises Nearly $4,000 for Alzheimer’s Association

    Our Alzheimer's Hoe Down was held in September to raise money for The Alzheimer's Association. Mary Shrum, Program Director for The Inn and Gardens, organized the event working with Home Health Agencies and Hospices who set up tables throughout our large courtyard, along with several other vendors. Food Service provided BBQ sliders and sides for […]

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ASHA Showcases Watermark Artists in State of Seniors Housing Annual Report

Look familiar? The cover of ASHA’s newly released State of Seniors Housing Report features “Magnolias,” a beautiful oil painting by Stella Szemela, resident of The Fountains at Boca Ciega Bay. You may remember seeing it as February’s featured artwork in Expressions 2018. And that’s not all. Inside the report, you will see art by other […]

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Highlights of Active Aging Week Programs

Active Aging Week was full of a variety of programs in all levels of care across the campus. Here are some of the highlights of the week. We had a Drum Circle led by Kay Lynn Sarkey who is a music therapist. She passed out a variety of drums including bongos and some small and […]

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Active Aging Week – Spa Day

During Active Aging Week, residents were doing something fun every day! One day last week we decided to do a Spa Day, offering facials, make-overs, hot wax treatments with lotion hand massages, foot baths, chair massages, and serving champagne or fresh lemonade, accompanied by cheeses, grapes, blueberries, strawberries, pineapple and various crackers. The Heritage Hall "Adopt […]

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Resident Jane Lepak is Enjoying her Easy Life at The Fountains

EXPERIENCE LIFE ON EASY STREET It’s time to enjoy the lifestyle you’ve earned. “I can choose to be alone and I like my privacy but I have total confidence in that if anything happened to me I’m able to get help immediately and that just makes a huge difference for me.” – Jane Lepak, resident […]

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Residents Lynn and Sharon McIntosh are Enjoying Their Fun-filled Lifestyle at The Fountains

START PLANNING NOW It’s the key to creating a future you’ll love. “The longer you wait the more apt you are to not have the luxury of waiting. Once you’ve got a catastrophic health problem then all those options are gone, you know, you’ve got to do something immediately.” – Lynn McIntosh, resident of The […]

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Resident Wanda Bolen is Enjoying a Peaceful Retirement Among Friends at The Fountains

STAY INDEPENDENT One move to the right retirement community let’s you experience life your way, with all the support you’ll ever need. “You can direct your life pretty much like you had it at home. It won’t be exactly the same but as I’m here longer it feels more and more like home.” – Wanda […]

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Mystery Dinner at Uncle Julio’s

Town Center residents are always surprised when we go out for the mystery lunch or dinner and Uncle Julio's was no exception. The new restaurant is located in the fast-growing Chisholm Creek area just a few blocks from our campus! The restaurant has a lake on one side of it with fountains spraying water in […]

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Edmond Historical Society Museum

Inn and Gardens residents made a visit to the Edmond Historical Society Museum this month. The museum is housed in the old Edmond Armory built in 1936. It was listed on the National Register of Historical places in 1991. Exhibits and Artifacts include information regarding Native Americans, Pioneers, and Early Edmond agriculture, education, government, religion and […]

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Art Museum Outing – Isabelle de Borchgrave Exhibit

Town Center residents were amazed when we entered the "Isabelle de Borchgrave" exhibit at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Countess de Borchgrave is a Belgian artist who has been working in different mediums for years. Several years ago, she decided to reproduce in paper, famous gowns, costumes, and clothing garments dating from Queen Elizabeth […]

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Western Theme Party and Dinner

Due to heavy rains the day of our theme party, we had a few problems with leaks in our big event room...so we all pulled together and moved all the decorated tables to the lobby after moving all the furniture out of the lobby! It was a tight fit, but we all decided it was […]

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Hawaiian Theme Dinner and Party

It was a colorful night at the Town Center Hawaiian Theme Party and Dinner. The Donna Rice band played for our pre-party while everyone enjoyed cocktails. The band learned some Hawaiian songs just for the party and it was fun to see family, guests, and residents get out on the dance floor. Becky served Bahama […]

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Watermark University: Sliders, Sides, and Sips

The Community Life Team decided to do a fun and healthy Watermark University class on the first day of summer. Becky, Community Life Director; Trish, Community Life Assistant at The Inn, and Kaitlan, Community Life Assistant at The Springs all got together to brainstorm about a healthy summer menu we could prepare. Kaitlan is vegan […]

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ASHA Showcases Watermark Artists in State of Seniors Housing Annual Report

Look familiar? The cover of ASHA’s newly released State of Seniors Housing Report features “Magnolias,” a beautiful oil painting by Stella Szemela, resident of The Fountains at Boca Ciega Bay. You may remember seeing it as February’s featured artwork in Expressions 2018. And that’s not all. Inside the report, you will see art by other […]

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Highlights of Active Aging Week Programs

Active Aging Week was full of a variety of programs in all levels of care across the campus. Here are some of the highlights of the week. We had a Drum Circle led by Kay Lynn Sarkey who is a music therapist. She passed out a variety of drums including bongos and some small and […]

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Showcase of Talent

We’re thrilled to introduce our 2018 edition of EXPRESSIONS, Watermark’s annual calendar celebrating active aging and the arts. This calendar reminds us that our communities are collective creations of friendly, caring individuals who are generous with their time and talents. Whether expressing their individual creativity through paint, clay, yarn, stone or an outstretched hand, they […]

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SeniorAdvisor Review – Home Sweet Home

After living at the Fountains for 3 years, I want to thank you for the great days I have enjoyed. The staff and residents have made it home to me. I have found it easy to fit in and take part in many of the programs offered. Not knowing the city, it has been educational […]

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Google+ Review – Staff is Friendly and Compassionate

I was very impressed with the skilled rehab section of The Fountains at Canterbury! My mom was there for almost a month. She went there from the hospital and was so weak that she was barely able to stand. The nurses and aides were all so friendly and compassionate. The therapists were patient and determined. […]

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SeniorAdvisor Review – Friendly, Attentive Staff and Excellent Food

I love this community because everything we have asked the staff to do, they do it. I picked this place over others because everyone here is so friendly. I have had no problems thus far. The staff members are friendly, personable, and treat my friends very well. If there’s something we need, they get it […]

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Bon Appétit with Thrive Dining™

Thrive Dining™ is a revolutionary dining program designed to restore the dignity and enjoyment of mealtime for individuals with cognitive or physical challenges. Thrive Dining™ features Watermark Communities’ Chef recipes and high quality, freshly prepared gourmet menu items, transformed into incredibly tasty, nutritionally balanced, protein packed meals. Watermark Chefs start by using the Grind Dining “patent-pending” […]

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