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It was a beautiful evening, August 11th, for FunDay Friday as residents of Ferris Hills and Clark Meadows enjoyed a solo serenade by one of the Elderly Brothers, and Ferris Resident, Gabe Cinquegrana.  The music, all familiar to the 35+ people in attendance, lasted for 1 hour and brought back many memories.


Off to the Pub!

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A group of residents took off to the Blue Eagle Tavern in Branchport, NY for an afternoon of pub fare and an opportunity to see and remember this historic hot spot that has served generations of lake folk..

"The Elderly Brothers" perform at Ferris Hills

A hotdog lunch and music show on a Thursday afternoon!

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One of our residents, Gabe, is in the band!  Gabe and his wife, Deb, moved into Ferris Hill this year and they hit the ground running.  Both Deb and Gabe were already active volunteers in the community working tirelessly at the VA, Kiwanis, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, and more.  Here, we are all enjoying the musical performane with lunch as an added treat.

Keep On Keeping On....

Keep On Keeping On....

We all remain fit and healthy at Ferris Hills and Clark Meadows which we put down to 'following the rules' and laughing every day.

Our residents are keeping in contact with one another, seeing faces as they get their morning coffee, making the most of shopping at the onsite store and moving as much as possible. 

The fitness center signup sheet is being put to good use to allow plenty of time to workout and the trails are being used daily, especially as the weather improves. 

We have all noticed an increase in birds which has been great for our avid bird watchers!  This is just another reason for people to get out and enjoy the beautiful grounds.

The staff are always coming up with ideas to keep a smile on people's faces, the latest is from one team member who had flower cookie cutouts made for all 130 residents which were delivered door to door with a lovely message.  

We know the residents appreciate the effort being made and they thanked everyone by making and hanging a huge banner with all staff names, we know how much time must have went in to doing this and it was very well received. 

I'm not sure who needs whom more at the moment, staff or residents, I just know we are getting through this together and there is no place we would rather be.   


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