This article was originally posted on NJTV News Nonprofit gives veterans a chance to fly in WWII planes By Leah Mishkin, Correspondent Ninety-year-old Angelo Caggniano is a man who served in the Navy during WWII. He said this is his first trip on a 1940s plane. It’s a chance to
This article was originally published in the Orlando Patch and the Lakeland Patch Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living Wins 2017 Excellence in Action Customer Award The Assisted Living community received the Customer Award for its commitment to providing quality senior care in Orlando Spring Hills Hunter’s Creek Assisted Living received
Seniors presented bags filled with school supplies to students to start their new school year just in time for the first day of school. On August 14, 2017 approximately 10 students aged five to 12 years old received these bags which included items such as notepads, crayons, markers, tape, pencils,
This article was originally posted in The Daily Record Vets take ‘dream flight’ in WWII plane By Michael Izzo SUSSEX BOROUGH – Veterans and other residents of a Morristown assisted living facility were invited to fly in an open cockpit World War II plane Tuesday morning at Sussex Airport. Residents
It can be a challenge for anybody to remain motivated to exercise, especially when they may have health concerns or limited mobility. Understanding of the importance of exercise, Spring Hills offers ample experience in keeping seniors motivated, happy, and health.
Crickett the Clown used his 14 years of experience to put on a family friendly variety show for the residents of Spring Hills Mount Vernon Assisted Living, their families and the Alexandria community on August 6, 2017. Crickett the Clown’s variety show included juggling, magic, balloon twisting, a comedy show and more.
On August 8, veterans and their families from Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living took a Dream Flight in a restored 1940’s Boeing Stearman open cockpit biplane from World War II. The veterans sat in the cockpit with a pilot as they soared off the tarmac. The program was courtesy of
This article was originally published on The Advertiser-News.com August 9, 2017 Vets soar at Sussex Airport WANTAGE — Some World War II veterans took flight with the help of Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation Tuesday at the Sussex Airport. The Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring
Veterans and their families from Spring Hills Somerset Assisted Living took a Dream Flight in a restored 1940’s Boeing Stearman open cockpit biplane from World War II. The veterans sat in the cockpit with a pilot as they soared off the tarmac. The program was courtesy of Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation (AADF),