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Excellent health care, comfortable living arrangements, ample recreational and social opportunities, senior residential living, a well-trained staff of professionals, safety and security - that's what Thompson Health offers in our senior living and health care services.


And they're off!

And they're off!

They say it is the most exciting two minutes in sports!  Residents at Ferris Hills held their own Kentucky Derby party Friday afternoon.  Mint Julep's were being served, along with Makers Mark, wine and beer choices.  The famous "Hot Brown" sandwich was served as well.  This American hot sandwich was created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky in 1926.  It is a variation of traditional Welsh rarebit.  With everyone in their finest Derby hats, they were ready to place their bets on their horses....all in fun, as they participated in their own "races".  The number one horse, Poncho Pinata took first place!  As we all know by now, the real winner at the Derby was Rich Strike!  If you watched the race this past weekend, you will agree that this was the most exciting two minutes in sports!


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Manipulation, Moonshine, and Murder

By Valarie Veanes Upson

A lively discussion from this new auther, Valarie Veanes Upson, captivated us as she uncovered the history of her grandmother's tragic past.  We learned more about life during the Great Depression and what people had to do to survive. 

Apples, Apples, All Around!

While Foraging at Ferris Hills and Clark Meadows we found an Apple Tree!

Delicious feral apples growing on our property!  Apple sauce, apple crisp, apple pie, tarte au pomme?  Anyone?  They're not ready yet so stay tuned.

A Hawaiian Luau at Ferris Hills!


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.


A Tour of Garrett Chapel on the Bluff at Keuka Lake

Looks like they had great weather!


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