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Living Well by Brenda Spradling

November 19, 2018

Living Well

By Brenda Spradling

In 1946, Paul Harvey added “…and now you know the rest of the story” to his well-known radio broadcasts.

As I sat thinking about things one Sunday, I wondered what that phrase meant to me.  My mind wandered to phrases like:

I’ve lived fun adventures—well, I did seven ziplines at . . . Read More

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Assisted Living By Tom MacLaughlin

October 25, 2018

Assisted Living – A Short Story

By Tom MacLaughlin

He sits in his favorite chair by the window, and looks out across the lawn at the county road, and watches the cars as they travel past.  He thinks back to what it was like to drive a car.  That was a few years ago when . . . Read More

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Maxine Paca

October 9, 2018

Artist Maxine Powell Paca

For an artist who started painting at age 10, Maxine Paca was long overdue for an exhibit of her art work.

At age 89, it happened. Her lovely paintings were featured recently in an exhibit at Willow Brook Christian Village, where she resides . . . Read More

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Centrum Writing Group continued

September 4, 2018

Centrum Writers Group (continued)
Our Stories

In August, the Centrum Creative Writers won First Place for Cooperative Writing in a state competition sponsored by LeadingAge, a nonprofit association representing more than 400 long-term care organizations. The writers live at the Centrum, Willow Brook Christian Village’s assisted living center. They enjoyed collaborating to record their stories. . . . Read More

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Centrum Writing Group

August 14, 2018

Centrum Writers Group
Our Stories

The Centrum Creative Writers won First Place for Cooperative Writing in a regional competition sponsored in June by LeadingAge, a nonprofit trade association representing more than 400 long-term care organizations. The writers live at the Centrum, Willow Brook Christian Village’s assisted living center. They enjoyed collaborating to record the stories . . . Read More

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Leaving a Legacy by Bill Chaddock

July 12, 2018

Leaving a Legacy

by Bill Chaddock, Willow Brook at Delaware Run resident

Each of us has a priceless legacy to leave our children, grandchildren and even descendants not yet born.

That legacy is the multitude of memories and experiences – some happy, some sad – about our lives and families that we have accumulated over the . . . Read More

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Residents Corner: Ann Hopkins

June 5, 2018

Quilter Exhibits Her Creative Work

Ann Hopkins first learned to sew as a child and stitched up a storm all of her life. She made her own clothes and clothing for her mother, husband and children.  It wasn’t until she retired in 1987 that she found time for another passion: quilting.  

Now 93 and . . . Read More

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Residents Corner: Ron Dill

April 2, 2018

Ron Dill: There and Back Again

Ronald Dill, 94, a resident of Willow Brook Christian Home, was born on a farm north of Worthington, on the same land where the Home now stands. 

“I’m back living on the farm,” Dill says. “This is home.”

We sat down with Dill to talk about his life, from his . . . Read More

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Residents Corner: Nova Weller

Nova Weller: Artist and Engineer
Nova Anderson Weller has always had her head in clouds, yet her feet firmly planted on the ground.

This dual nature has allowed her to succeed in many roles.

She’s an ingenious digital photographer who loves to “experiment like crazy” in her artistic creations. She’s also a scientist – one who worked as . . . Read More

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