Here’s where you’ll find recent press releases and other important news from our senior living communities. If you have any questions about what you’ve read, please feel free to give us a call or send us an email. Get in touch.
WROC-TV Channel 8 highlights “Moving Memories”, an intergenerational collaboration with the University of Rochester and residents from River Edge Manor & ECH.
ESLC is pleased to have another guest essay featured in Messenger Post – check out the clip “Staying Active As You Age”.
ESLC welcomed Rich Hanley as Corporate Manager of Safety and Security, and was recently announced in the Messenger Post.
Neighborhood Programs continue – a variety of health and wellness classes for those living in the community. Check out the Messenger Post listing of some of the classes, or visit our Neighborhood Program page for more information.
“The Way We See It” – a display of oils, pastels, acrylics and colored pencil by Main Street Artists at the 1570 Gallery at Valley Manor – is on display now through May 12. Gallery is open daily from 10a-8p – stop by to see the amazing talent of these artists. Check out the Messenger Post clip promoting this exhibit.
ESLC Volunteer Coordinator Jennifer Rougeux comments on the transportation initiative with In Good Health. This is a much needed service for those in the community who need to get to medical appointments, the grocery store or other errands. Check out the story for more details.
ESLC is pleased to partner again this with the organizers of Gardenscape to sponsor “Senior Day” on Thursday, March 14 at the Dome in Henrietta. The theme this year is “Enchanted Gardens”. Check out the Messenger Post clip for more details about the show.
“Sutherland at the 1570” – a display of various art mediums by Pittsford Sutherland High School students at the 1570 Gallery at Valley Manor – is on display now through March 31. Gallery is open daily from 10a-8p – stop by to see the amazing talent of these students. Check out the Messenger Post clip for more details. The Opening Reception was also featured in the D&C Weekend section.
The Watercolor Experience, works by Sherry Davis, is on display at My Sister’s Gallery at the Episcopal Church Home (505 Mount Hope Avenue) through March 31. Gallery hours are 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. Check out the Messenger Post clip for more details.