November 2020 News | The Lodge at Greeley

November 2020 News from The Lodge at Greeley

November 5, 2020

What We Are Grateful For This Season!

As we approach Thanksgiving, it’s a wonderful time to slow down and experience gratitude for all of the good things in your life, especially after all we’ve been through in 2020 with the pandemic.

To help get you started, here’s a list of five things we’re grateful for this season at The Lodge at Greeley:

  1. Our team members who come in every day to provide quality resident care
  2. Our residents for making The Lodge at Greeley such a vibrant community
  3. Our families for steadfastly supporting us during this time
  4. Our military members, who we honor on Veteran’s Day and every day
  5. Our essential workers who perform important services every day

We encourage you to take a few minutes now and create a short list of your own. It can be a great way to lift your spirits!

To learn more about what The Lodge at Greeley can do for you and your loved ones now and throughout the year, call us today at 970-939-5700 and schedule your tour of our independent living, assisted living and memory care accommodations!

Thank you and stay safe,
Crystal Goodman

Veteran’s Day Spotlight

The Lodge at Greeley is so grateful for the U.S. military veterans who have served our country and we are honored to have them live in our community. In honor of Veteran’s Day, we spoke with resident Warren Hatton B. about his service in the U.S. Army during World War II.

Click Here to Read Warren’s Story!

Our Most Recent Blog Post

Moving into a senior living community can be overwhelming. In our latest article, The Lodge at Greeley shares steps to help you and your family navigate the move-in process.

Click Here to Read More

Watch: “Don’t Stop Me Now” Music Video for Alzheimer’s Awareness

Residents and team members at our sister community in Monument, Jackson Creek Senior Living, recently participated in a music video to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease. They danced to Queen’s iconic song and the viral dance hit “The Git Up.” The video was part of the community’s efforts in support of the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

Schedule a Personal Tour

We are so excited to show off our community and talk to you about the health and wellness programs we offer, our various floor plans and much more! Give us a call at 970-939-5700.