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Disclaimer: Some events photographed took place prior to indoor mask mandates, and currently Pathway to Living residents and team members wear face coverings, regardless of vaccine status. 
Bartlett Centenarian Makes Artistic Debut
at Arts in Bartlett Solo Exhibit
If you think you’re too old to try something new, then you’ll think again when you meet Victory Centre of Bartlett resident, Helen Frank. At age 96, Helen began creating fine art for the very first time in her life, and now, at 100 years old, she is hosting her first solo art exhibit at Arts in Bartlett. 
The exhibit, aptly named, “Hundred Year Blossoms,” is on display and open to the public through October 27 at Arts in Bartlett, 215 S. Main Street, Bartlett, IL. 

Hawaiian Luau  
Victory Centre of Sierra Ridge residents enjoyed Polynesian dancers, steel drum music and tropical drinks at a luau-themed happy hour! 

Enjoy classic cars and a live DJ at Victory Centre of Bartlett’s 9th annual Classic Car Show. The event is free, but guests may bring non-perishable food items to donate to Hanover Township Food Pantry. 

Sunday, September 19 
 10am to 2pm
 1101 W. Bartlett Road, Bartlett, IL 

Summer Shenanigans
What's a better way to cool off during the summer than with a water balloon toss? Victory Centre of Vernon Hills residents and team members had a blast! 
Pathway to Living’s signature ArtPath program gives beginning and experienced artists opportunities for creative self-expression and regular and ongoing instruction in various art forms. Budding artist and Victory Centre of River Woods resident, Kay, proudly displays a canvas masterpiece of her own!
Welcome Athena
There’s a new dog in town at Victory Centre of River Woods! Athena is an almost two your old rescue dog and new momma. After having a litter of pups, Athena is making her forever home at the community, where the residents are ready to show her unconditional love with snuggles, walks and a limited number of treats. 

“Having a community dog brings the residents a lot of happiness,”
says VIVA! Life Coordinator Jenny Rocco. 
Watch the video to meet some residents you’d have the privilege of supporting while working in a position at a Pathway to Living senior community. 

Fruits of Our Labor

Planting and tending to Victory Gardens at Pathway to Living communities is truly a labor of love for resident gardeners. Now, during harvest season, is when to enjoy the garden’s bounty.  
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