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A Season To Celebrate

Posted December 10, 2018 • Still Hopes celebrated the Christmas season with our annual Guignard Society Christmas Party. What a wonderful night honoring those who have given so generously to Still Hopes and our mission!

Prepping for Hundreds of Thanksgiving Guests

Posted November 15, 2018 • What does it take to prepare a Thanksgiving meal for hundreds of guests? Take a peek inside the process here at Still Hopes!

Exercising A Right To Live Well

Posted October 1, 2018 • Read the story of how one couple chose to make exercise a priority and how this allowed them to create new memories together.

An Update After Hurricane Florence

Posted September 18, 2018 • We are grateful for God's protection during this storm and so thankful to our amazing staff for their dedication to our residents.

A New Place To Call Home

Posted August 2, 2018 • Join us for a quick update on our HealthPointe project, which will house our new Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living neighborhoods.

A Night To Remember

Posted June 18, 2018 • On June 11, some very special friends (and future residents) of Still Hopes enjoyed a beautiful evening of delicious food and even learned a thing or two about wine!

An Evening At the Mansion

Posted May 18, 2018 • Read on as Meredith Walker, Still Hopes' Director of Development, talks about an annual Still Hopes tradition that not only packs a punch of southern charm, but raises money for a worthy cause as well.

Spring Is In The Air, Bringing Family Day Weekend Along With It!

Posted April 3, 2018 • Our annual Family Day weekend is quickly approaching! Mark your calendars for May 5-6 to come and enjoy this beloved Still Hopes tradition.

3 Ways To A Healthier You This New Year

Posted January 2, 2018 • Taylor Hall, Still Hopes' Fitness Program Coordinator, gives us 3 steps we can take to make 2018 our healthiest yet!

A Christmas Message

Posted December 19, 2017 • Please take a moment to read a Christmas message from our very own Still Hopes Chaplain, Reverend Rich Crozier.