Rundlett Jr. High Field Hockey Team makes Tie Blankets for their team community service project each year, our Health Services Center was grateful to receive those blankets. Sixteen girls and their coach stopped by to deliver them. What a nice gesture, and well received!
Just because you’ve settled into retirement doesn’t mean you should stop learning new things and continue your education! Whether you thoroughly enjoyed your college years or you really wanted to attend university but never had the opportunity, there are many benefits to going back to school for seniors in the greater Concord area. Learning new […]
Arthritis is one of the leading causes of disability in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention contends 23 percent of all adults suffer from arthritis. Prevalent symptoms of arthritis include joint pain, stiffness, and inflammation. According to the Arthritis Foundation, there are more than 100 types of arthritis. Many forms of […]
The HHH Hiking crew had another wonderful adventure traveling to the top of Canon mountain via the Tramway, for a hike around Summit trail followed by lunch out on the sunny sky deck. Please take a moment to enjoy the picturesque views from the top. Many events are open to seniors outside Havenwood Heritage Heights […]
Another incredible time had by staff, residents and friends while walking along Main street at the Havenwood campus. Staff served up snacks, beer and soda at four different rooms each inspired by a German city theme (Hamburg, Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt). After which we retired to the auditorium for more merry-making and entertainment. Please enjoy the […]