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Life-long Learning at Ferris Hills

Life-long Learning at Ferris Hills

John & Dolores Granito, active members of the Ferris Hills community

The erudite population at Ferris Hills consists of life-long learners and educators. They do this with so much style and fun. 

John and Dolores Granito have been here about a year and have jumped right into life in a vibrant senior community.  Together, they have shared with us their wedding anniversary, celebrating 60 years.  We all enjoyed seeing pictures of them in their younger years and hearing their love story.  We imbibed with champagne, wine, and a celebratory cake.  Cheers to the happy couple!  Sharing these life events brings us all closer together.

They also helped plan a themed event honoring the history of the Titanic with a lecture followed by an evening in the dining room enjoying food selected from an authentic menu found on the Titanic. 

Today, John, with the assistance of his wife (the power point aficionado), presented “Whatever Happened to Amelia Earhart?” America’s longest running mystery question and conspiracy theory 1937 – Today.

It was a packed house for John’s presentation.  He had an interesting timeline of Amelia’s life along with a list of key persons related to Amelia’s desire to circumvent the globe.  He set the stage for conspiracy theories and thoughtful historical recollection.  The plot thickens as we await Part 2 coming this Thursday. 

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Celebrating love and friendship Ferris Hills Style!

Mardi Gras 2024 at Ferris Hills

It's Carnival time!

Cookie decorating at Ferris Hills

The Centerpieces are just Beautiful!

Ferris Hills Holiday Dinners have tablescapes this year that are extra special.

In these pictures you can see a flurry of activity in Rayburn Hall as we prepared for our annual Holiday Dinner Extravaganza.  The centerpieces were made from foraging in the woods.  Residents got together and did all the arranging.  The invitations were sent out, our chefs were busy planning and preparing, and the staff helped arrange and set the tables.  The parties have begun.  Each floor has their own private dinner in the great hall.  It is an opportunity to give thanks and to spend time with neighbors and friends.

It's the Holiday Season!

December 1st at Ferris Hills and time to Deck the Halls!


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