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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.

 

New Appointments

Episcopal SeniorLife Communities is pleased to announce the appointments of Megan Lovejoy Director of The Center for Rehabilitation at the Episcopal Church Home and Jason Bluett to Director of Information Technology for organization.

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ESLC resident featured in Sentinel

Jan Metcalf, Pinehurst resident, shares her experience about living at Pinehurst during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out here guest essay that recently ran in The Sentinel paper.

 


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ECH Named to Newsweek’s List

The Episcopal Church Home, the skilled nursing facility of Episcopal SeniorLife Communities, has been named to Newsweek’s list of America’s Best Nursing Homes 2021.

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Suburban Rochester Art Group Exhibit

ESLC is pleased to host “Balance” – a display of oils, watercolors and acrylics by members of the Suburban Rochester Art Group at My Sister’s Gallery at the Episcopal Church Home beginning Monday, August 24.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no visitors are permitted in the building. To see pieces from the show, visit: https://episcopalseniorlife.org/my-sisters-gallery/

If interested in purchasing any of this artwork, contact Diane Cotton, ESLC Gallery Coordinator, at (585) 546-8439 x3102 or cotton@EpiscopalSeniorLife.org

Enjoy the show!

  

Canal Bridge, FL by Dave Braun                   Sunflower Field by Tina Motiwala 


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Finger Lakes Photography Guild @ 1570 Gallery at Valley Manor

ESLC pleased to host the Finger Lakes Photography Guild at the 1570 Gallery at Valley Manor. Hear more about the show and group from Karl Dueland: https://youtu.be/ipevG_Qc3Fc

To see pieces from the show, visit: http://fingerlakesphotographyguild.org/special-events/

If interested in purchasing a piece from the show, contact Diane Cotton, ESLC Gallery Coordinator, at (585) 546-8439 x3102 or cotton@EpiscopalSeniorLife.org

Enjoy the show!

                               

“On the Lookout” by Steve Burnett                     “Shenandoah” by Don DeLong


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WXXI Connections Recording

Loren Ranaletta (ESLC President/CEO), Dr. Heppard (ESLC Medical Director) and Dr. Petrone (St. Ann’s Medical Director) on WXXI’s Connections on Friday, May 8, representing the Alliance for Senior Care and discussing precautions being taken to protect residents. Take a listen.


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“Moving Memories” Featured on Channel 8

WROC-TV Channel 8 highlights “Moving Memories”, an intergenerational collaboration with the University of Rochester and residents from River Edge Manor & ECH.

 


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Guest Essay – Staying Active As You Age

ESLC is pleased to have another guest essay featured in Messenger Post – check out the clip “Staying Active As You Age”.

A happy senior couple staying fit by bicycling together.

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Rich Hanley Joins ESLC

ESLC welcomed Rich Hanley as Corporate Manager of Safety and Security, and was recently announced in the Messenger Post.

Rich Hanley


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Neighborhood Programs

Neighborhood Programs continue – a variety of health and wellness classes for those living in the community. Check out our Neighborhood Program page for more information.

Residents working out Valley Manor IL Pool

 


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