Next up - #65
July 10, 2015
It’s been 3 months since Evergreen announced a new Priority Program for those interested in our planned independent living expansion. With 64 unique priority numbers already assigned, we are about halfway towards our goal that will allow us to move into the next phase of the building plan.
If you are interested in learning more about the new apartments and the chance to be among the first to select a style, floor plan and location of your choice, now is the time to talk with the Evergreen Marketing Team!
Contact us to schedule a personal appointment or to reserve a spot at an upcoming Priority Program group luncheon and presentation.
Promoting the Arts
July 10, 2015
Evergreen is a new corporate member of The Paine Art Center and Gardens. Residents now have the opportunity to receive up to four free passes to the mansion, gardens, exhibits, educational programs and special events for themselves and their guests. The Paine, located at 1410 Algoma Blvd in Oshkosh, hosts several special exhibits each year as well as outstanding garden displays.
The partnership with The Paine is one of many enriching and fun cultural experiences provided for Evergreen residents. Never a dull moment here!
In our own back yard
July 2, 2015
We have everything you'll need! Fishing equipment is conveniently located in a storage shed just south of the Creekview Café entrance in the Household 7 courtyard.
And Evergreen will even purchase fishing licenses for residents at no cost! So enjoy a relaxing day from own pier on Sawyer Creek.
67 years in the making!
June 24, 2015
Evergreen resident Lois Luebke had to leave school in 1947, just 2 weeks before graduation. She always hoped for that diploma and today her dream came true!
Lois was surprised this afternoon when the Oshkosh School District presented her with an honorary high school diploma at a ceremony held at Evergreen in front of family and many friends. The celebration continued with a graduation party hosted by Evergreen in the Creekview South Neighborhood Center.
The idea for the surprise came from Vanessa Frank, COTA, Program Specialist at Evergreen after she learned of Lois's disappointment over not receiving that very important diploma. Now, at age 85, Lois can check that wish off her bucket list!
P.S. As an added bonus, the Oshkosh Northwestern reported the graduation ceremony on the front page of our local newspaper the following morning. Read the article here.