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Parking Lot Closure

August 16, 2017

On Monday, August 21st the front parking lot (on N. Westfield Street) and the main entrance to the Manor building will close for construction and will remain closed through approximately September 2nd.

During this time crews will make some improvements to the N. Westfield ramp for underground parking, remove the front canopies, patio walls and floor. Once this is complete they will begin construction of the new 59 stall parking lot. Work will begin with grading of the land, followed by pouring concrete for curb and gutter and finally with black top.

Please direct guests, visitors and vendors to the Garden Building entrance located on Eagle Street during this time.

(Please note all dates are subject to change)

Green Leaves Newsletter

Summer 2017

August 8, 2017

Check your mail box for the latest issue of Green Leaves! 

Or read it now right here:

Highlights include:
Celebrating 50 Years! • pages 2-4
Capital Campaign Update • pages 5
Master Site Plan Update • pages 6-7
Enrichment Opportunities • pages 8-10
Report to the Community • page 11-13
She Said "Yes!" • page 14-15

 

Creekview Cafe

August 10, 2017

The Creekveiw Cafe has a new logo!!! And soon we are excited to unveil a new menu to you! 

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Stay tuned for the new menu announcement!

 

Extended Hours

August 7, 2017

Beginning Saturday, August 12th, Resident and Guest Services (Front Office) will have extended weekend hours. 

The new hours are as follows:
Saturdays – 9am – 3pm
Sundays – 10am – 4pm

Week day hours will remain the same (8am-4:30pm).

With these extended hours we are also excited to welcome and introduce Meagan Brooks and Amaelia Duresky to the Resident and Guest Services Team.

Campaign Tops $3 Million Goal

August 3, 2017

The Evergreen Foundation is pleased to announce that the Building Community Campaign has topped our $3 million goal! As of July 1, 2017, 284 donors have gifted Evergreen with cash, pledges, planned estate gifts and bequests totaling $3,139,362.

Like the Master Site Plan campus-wide renovations historically upgrading every area of the campus, the Building Community Campaign income includes two of the six largest bequests in Evergreen history. With great appreciation for our long-time, generous Evergreen friends, the donors of these two bequests are remembered with the Thomas E. Neta Memorial Library and the Charles R. Behnke Community Center.

Donations have helped ease the financial stretch of our campus-wide renovations that are transforming the Evergreen campus. They have also helped grow the Evergreen Foundation endowment. We are overwhelmed and deeply grateful for our donors who supported the Building Community Campaign.