Cinco de Mayo Party & Other Spring Activities

Cinco de Mayo Party & Other Spring Activities

May 20th, 2021

The staff at Lexington Pointe Senior Living planned and hosted a Cinco de Mayo party for our residents.

Attendees enjoyed a multitude of beverages and snacks, including margaritas, empanadas, churros, and chips and cheese.

One of the many highlights was the salsa-tasting contest. In the running were four different mild-heat salsas purchased from local stores. Sombreros off to the winner: Chi-Chi’s Mild Salsa.

The event was a smashing success, right down to the piñata celebration. Take a look at some of our photos to see just how much fun we had.

The whole gang at Lexington Pointe Senior Living gathered to commemorate and celebrate a Kentucky Derby Happy Hour.

The Derby is all about style, so some of our talented residents participated in a hat-making craft. They designed some elaborate headwear and donned their creations for our event.

Everyone enjoyed good times and great snacks, including some adorable and delicious racehorse cupcakes that chef Josh T. made special for this Happy Hour occasion.

Lexington Pointe Senior Living residents Chuck and Mary F. recently welcomed the spring season by enjoying a beautiful day outside. The warm sunshine and fresh spring air made for a perfect afternoon outdoors.

Chuck, Mary, and all of us in the community are looking forward to more gorgeous days like this. 🌞🌼

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Happy Mother’s Day 2021

May 7th, 2021

“Sometimes the strength of motherhood is greater than natural laws.” – Barbara Kingsolver

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers, grandmothers, and great-grandmothers at Lexington Pointe Senior Living.

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Earth Day Clean-Up Project

May 5th, 2021

A group of Lexington Pointe residents and associates participated in an Earth Day clean-up project this year.

Thank you to everyone who helped clean our community for this year's Earth Day clean-up project!
Thank you to everyone who helped clean our community for this year’s Earth Day project: Jack P., Norella U., Glenda K., Ben B. (maintenance crew member), Nancy S., Jan P., and Don B. Participants not pictured: Judy R., Lesley R. and Jerry and Marie S.

We spent about 1.5 hours collecting trash along Yankee Doodle Road and Lexington Avenue while enjoying the beautiful, sunny day. A special thank you to Ben B. in maintenance for providing “trash sticks” and for hauling the trash away with his tractor, as well as to the All Seasons Preschool students and their teacher, Joanne, for helping in our efforts! 🌎🌱

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