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2016 Evergreen Service Anniversary and Retirements

October 14, 2016

On the evening of October 11, 2016, Evergreen employee’s celebrating milestone anniversaries in 2016 and retirees in 2016 attended an exclusive Supper with the Chef event in their honor.

Employees and their guests experienced Evergreen’s very talented chef Jason Knoll demonstrating how to prepare each course of the dinner menu and his amazing culinary services team took care of the rest. The menu included black bean and avocado crostinis, sweet potato and peanut soup, basil-butter chicken breast with roasted brussel sprouts, squash and onions and finally, a decadent layered turtle cheesecake. Dinner was served by members of Evergreen’s leadership team including the President & CEO himself.

Employee’s honored at this event ranged in years of service from five to thirty and the cumulative years of service totaled 375 years!

We would like to thank each of you and congratulate you each on your service anniversary or retirement!

Phase 2 Westfield Road Construction Update

October 3, 2016

The main road sections of North Westfield street have been poured and crews are now working on the finishing work of pouring the driveway aprons, the sidewalks and completing the landscaping.

If weather cooperates this portion of the project is schedule to be complete within two weeks putting completion around the end of the second week of October. At this time the main section of the road will be open to traffic from the south and for parking. However access to North Westfield street from Oshkosh Avenue will remain closed for another 3-4 weeks.

Alternate routes to access Evergreen's front entrance still remain in effect.

If you have any questions regarding the construction project please contact Tom Tuchscherer, Evergreen facilities manager, at 920-237-2147.

Evergreen Foundation Celebrates Renaming

September 27, 2016

chuck behnke

On September 22, the Evergreen Foundation celebrated the Commons’ renaming to the Charles R Behnke Community Center (Behnke Center) in gratitude for Evergreen’s longtime friend. Chuck Behnke’s generosity was known during his lifetime. His estate gift, the sixth largest in Evergreen history, will never be forgotten.



Phase 2 Road Construction Update

September 14, 2016

Phase 2 of the North Westfield Street road construction project is progressing. Paving of this section is underway and is schedule to be complete around the first or second week of October (Note this is subject to change due to weather)

During this time there will be various residential driveway closures within the current construction zone. The south driveway to the front parking lot will remain open however the entrance driveway to Evergreen at Home will most likely be affected and during this time Residents, Visitors and Employees needing access to Evergreen at home will need to find alternative parking either on the street (south of the construction area) or in the front parking lot.

Alternate routes to access Evergreen's front entrance still remain in effect.

If you are need alternative parking accommodations or have any questions regarding the construction project please contact Tom Tuchscherer, Evergreen facilities manager, at 920-237-2147.

detour routes phase 2

Relocation Expo

September 6, 2016

Moving Success Begins Here!

The Experts will tell you that its never too soon to start planning your next move. Any move - no matter how large or small - is easier with the right planning. You don't want to miss this free event at Evergreen. We're bringing together a panel of experts to help make your next move as simple and stress-free as can be. Get answers to all your questions. Take away tips on everything from preparing a house to sell at the best price, to "right-sizing" your belongings, to moving and getting settled in your new home.

The event will be held on September 21, 2016 at Evergreen on the lower level in the Evergreen Commons - 1130 North Westfield Street - from 10:00 - 11:30 AM. 

Refreshments will be served.

To reserve your spot call (920) 237-2128 

We look forward to you joining us for this great educational and free event!