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Lifelong Learning : Information We Can All Use!

Posted October 3, 2016 • Tacey Gohean, Still Hopes' Director of Community Services, recaps a wonderful educational program brought to Still Hopes last week. It is on a topic that affects so many, and our residents were thrilled to have the information brought right to their door step.

Kicking Off Fall With A Luau!

Posted September 26, 2016 • The Annual Hawaiian Luaus went off without a hitch! Hawaiian parties for all neighborhoods of living at Still Hopes are a tradition that date back to the early 90s. Good food, good music, and good friends in a tropical atmosphere. It’s the place to be!

A Special Thank You

Posted September 12, 2016 • Still Hopes showed our local First Responders some appreciation with a delicious breakfast.

Celebrating The Heart of Still Hopes

Posted August 29, 2016 • Here at Still Hopes, our employees are family. So why not take a week to celebrate them? In this post, you can hear about all the fun activities that went on during our Employee Appreciation Week!

First Annual Taste of Still Hopes Feeds More Than Just Our Guests

Posted August 22, 2016 • The First Annual Taste of Still Hopes delighted our guests and also provided over 1,300 meals for Harvest Hope.

Rosalie W. Bomar Neighborhood

Posted August 1, 2016 • Iris Elfenbein painted a picture of her grandparents' store. Iris completed the painting in the acrylic art class here at Still Hopes lead by David Phillips.

From Bob Michalski

Posted August 1, 2016 • July seemed to have a cool front move through on the night we heard the music of Michael Shull. We felt like we were in the mountains where is is cool.

Harvest Hope Food Bank

Posted August 1, 2016 • Over the past year, Still Hopes has collected about 400lbs. of packaged for for the local Harvest Hope Food Bank.

From Bob Michalski

Posted July 1, 2016 • Many thanks to our friends and family that visit us. It means so much.

Chapel Gift

Posted June 1, 2016 • The Chapel of the Holy Spirit has recently been given a Memorial Gift in memory of Bill and Doris Willoughby by their son, The Reverend Fr. William Willoughby.