The morning before all Jewish people have their first Passover Seder, the seniors at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek enjoyed one for themselves! They started the day by sharing memories from their Seders when they were younger. Then, Sheri Morton, the daughter of a resident, brought in haggadahs (the traditional Passover story book
Veterans and their families from Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living attended a Veteran’s Day celebration at Kissimmee Gateway Airport. Eight of the veterans took a ride in an open cockpit plane from WWII. The VFW did a 21-gun salute and also performed a pinning ceremony for the Veterans. In
The people who live in and around Hunter’s Creek benefited from a free presentation titled “What Happens After the Paychecks Stop?” on Monday, November 14. The presentation, held at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living, located at 3800 Town Center Blvd. in Orlando, helped people learn about income during retirement.
The Caring Kids of Hunter’s Creek performed a talent show for the residents at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living in honor of National Assisted Living Week (NALW) on Monday, September 12, 2016. The 12-year-old emcee introduced a music video the Caring Kids made of the Jackson 5’s ABC. Also
Excellence in Action award recognizes superior commitment to quality Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living has received the Excellence in Action award from My InnerView by National Research Corporation for outstanding customer satisfaction. This honor, awarded exclusively to NRC clients using My InnerView products, recognizes post-acute care facilities that achieve
See coverage by News 13 below from this special day! Children aged five to 12 joined the senior residents at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living to make patriotic flags on Thursday, July 7. There were roughly seven children from the Caring Kids group bringing everything needed to make the flags that honor our
Five Mint condition 1928-1931 Model A Ford cars were on display at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living on Friday, June 17, just in time for Father’s Day. The Model A was often the first car the senior residents ever drove in or owned! A hand painted American Flag made up from the senior residents’ handprints,
Senior residents’ hands were painted red, white and blue in order to make this special American Flag at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living on Friday, May 27, 2016. The flag was hung in the Spring Hills community in honor of Memorial Day. Check out the full photo album on Facebook!
Just in time for Earth Day, the Caring Kids helped the senior residents turn old CDs into fish art at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living on Wednesday, April 20. Approximately eight kids, age five to 12 years old, brought everything needed to make these great fish ornaments or wall hangings. This is an
The senior residents at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living couldn’t help but fall in love with the Hunter’s Creek Middle School Junior Thespians when they performed at Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek. Approximately 30 kids, ranging from 6th to 8th grade, put on a full Variety Show on Saturday, February 27, 2016. Some