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You're invited to the Harmony Garden
Open House and Ribbon Cutting
September 5, 2012 from 3:00 – 6:00 pm.
Willamette View, a nationally accredited continuing care retirement community, is being honored for its extraordinary commitment to recycling, waste reduction and prevention, and other sustainable actions. For its efforts, Willamette View will receive a Distinguished BRAG Award (Business Recycling Awards Group) and a recycled glass plaque from the Clackamas County Recycling Partnership.
"Willamette View administration and residents have been proactive for several years," said Clackamas County Sustainability Analyst Rosalyn Greene. "I started working with its newly formed Green Team in the fall of 2009 as we trained resident-trainers within each residential setting. Members of the Willamette View Green Team continue to serve as a resource for recycling questions from their peers and provide training for new residents. The Green Team also provides leadership for a variety of other sustainability efforts on campus." Read More > (PDF)
Jum “Teresa” Thanupakorn, and her husband Ott, Willamette View employees, learned the ancient art of vegetable and fruit carving as children in their native Thailand. They practice the art at Willamette View where they work in the Riverview Dining Room kitchen.
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Saturday & Sunday by Appointment
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Read the Oregonian article about the positive effect that exercise has on curtailing the disease.
By Amanda Gengler, Money magazine writer
February 13, 2009
There's retirement living, and then there's living it up in retirement. One of the fastest-growing retirement options is the continuing care retirement community. These CCRCs, as they're called, often look a lot more like four-star resorts than old folks' homes.
These CCRCs garner four or five star Medicare nursing home ratings and accreditation from CARF-CCAC (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities-Continuing Care Accreditation Commission)
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