A festive Luau in June brought the Hawaiian Islands to our house. Delicious beverages, fine food, colorful attire, and games made for a fabulous evening.
There’s nothing quite like a visit from animals to get our folks gathering for lots of cuddles and laughter. Two baby goats spent a morning with us much to the delight of our animal-lovers. A few days later, we enjoyed a visit from Ginger, a local therapy dog, thanks to Mary Uraco of the AllianceContinue Reading
Residents of Elmhurst have received both the first and second Moderna vaccine from the Moundsville Pharmacy personnel. Our second dose was administered on January 26. We are awaiting direction from the state as to any change in the current directives requiring in-room dining and a halt in all communal activities.
Elmhurst brought holiday cheer to every resident with a Christmas tree auction from a selection of over 80 trees donated to the project. Following our annual elegant holiday luncheon, residents gathered to eagerly watch as names were picked out of bags affixed to each donated tree. Residents were given tickets to place in the bagsContinue Reading
Elmhurst was voted the No. 1 Assisted Living Community and the No. 1 Retirement Community in the 2020 Readers’ Choice Awards competition sponsored by the Wheeling News-Register & Intelligencer and Times-Leader. The annual competition relies upon readers to vote for their favorites in hundreds of categories. Jamie Crow, executive director at Elmhurst, noted “This isContinue Reading
Our canine-lovers thoroughly enjoyed a visit on the porch with Dexter, a beagle who visits us often, and his new sibling, Vivian, a littleNewfoundland puppy. A great time on a late August afternoon at Elmhurst.
Elmhurst Residents & Staff Test Negative for Coronavirus All 41 residents and 34 staff at Elmhurst, The House of Friendship nonprofit assisted living residence in Wheeling have tested negative for the coronavirus, according to Jamie Crow, executive director. “Elmhurst and all other assisted living residences in the state were mandated by the governor to beContinue Reading