As we reflect on 2020, we are so thankful for the incredible residents, associates, and family members who helped our amazing community overcome this year’s challenges. Happy New Year from everyone at Lexington Pointe Senior Living!
A Lexington Pointe couple sent a lovely note to our Residence Director, Emily K., about the festive decorations around our community:
“Christmas has arrived at Lexington Pointe! The decorations are wonderful. It is a joy to walk the halls, enter the front door, (and) to take it all in! Displays on the shelves of residents’ doors brighten the lives of folks who walk by. Think how wonderful it will be next year when we can join many of the residents for good food and conversation!” – Jan and Jack P.
We know this holiday season will be different, and we’re SO happy to hear that the decorations are still bringing the joy and holiday spirit to our community. Thank you, Jan and Jack, for the kind note!
“The heart that gives thanks is a happy one, for we cannot feel thankful and unhappy at the same time.” -Douglas Wood
We are so thankful for the incredible residents, family members, and associates who make our community such a warm and supportive place to call home. Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at Lexington Pointe Senior Living!
To celebrate Halloween, members of the Lexington Pointe staff put on a costume parade and contest for our residents! It was a tough call because everyone looked amazing, but one of our HHA’s, Hannah, was voted as the winner. Congratulations, Hannah, and thank you to everyone who participated – both in the parade AND the audience!
The sister-in-law of our nurse, Suzy, handcrafted patriotic masks for all the veterans at Lexington Pointe Senior Living! Here’s our friend, Mike D., showing off his. Mike served in the U.S. Army Artillery unit and is a veteran of the Korean War. Thank you to Mike and all our veterans for their service, and thank you to Suzy’s sister-in-law for the thoughtful and very generous gifts!
“Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words.” -Edgar Allan Poe
One of our residents, Evelyn P., wrote two poems inspired by her first living with us here at Lexington Pointe: “Looking at the Four Lane” and “Knocking at My Door”. We’re so lucky to have such amazing, artistic people in our community. Thank you for sharing your talents and creativity with us, Evelyn!
Even when we’re staying safe and socially distanced, a Friday happy hour is always a good time!
We’ve been really getting into the Halloween spirit here at Lexington Pointe! Residents Linda D., Faye R., and Marge D. put together “trick or treat bags” for students at the All Seasons Preschool we have on our campus. Also pictured is Don B. proudly showing off his fun and festive Halloween door decorations. Awesome job, Don!
Talk about Halloween spirit! During another recent happy hour, John and Norella U. enjoyed “green monster” cocktails served in cups decorated with Frankenstein. What better way to serve such a drink?