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A Publication of Pathway to Living

Friday, February 14, 2-4pm  
Stoney River Assisted Living , 1204 W. McMillan Street, Marshfield, WI 

Sweet Surprises Galore!  
Chocolate dipped strawberries and passion punch
Live music by singer and guitarist Dale Dickerson  
A special Valentine for everyone 

Discover the Benefits of Buddying Up
Tour our Companion Suite model apartment home.
Learn how living two-by-two at Stoney River can be more affordable…
and way more fun!
A LOVELY OFFER
Move to a Stoney River Companion Suite by March 15, 2020
and get HALF OFF off your first month’s rent.
That’s over a $3,000 savings!  

RSVP to 715-207-6423
Wednesday, February 12, 4:30-6pm  
Stoney River Ramsey, 14401 Nowthen Blvd. NW, Ramsey, MN 55303
Professional can join us for…
Chocolate Fondue with Fresh Fruit, Mimosas and Conversation

Free Raffle Drawing for Guests
Kindly RSVP to Susan Ekman,
Director of Community Relations 
763-999-5071
Join us in February and Be kind to yourself
with relaxing chair yoga and meditation session
followed by a Valentine craft.
Hosted by local exercise instructor Christine Tremelling-Jensen  

Wednesday, February 12, 10:30am-Noon 
Zion United Methodist Church, 2106 N. Peach Ave., Marshfield 
Hosted by Stoney River in partnership with
Marshfield Area Respite Care and United Way.

RSVP to 715-207-6423

Memory Café Painting Party
Don’t miss out each month on the fun and camaraderie
served up at Stoney River Marshfield's Memory Cafes!

 Stoney River Marshfield residents and other guests created beautiful masterpieces at January’s painting party.


These monthly gatherings for those dealing with memory loss and their care partners provide a safe space to learn, laugh and unwind over special activities and complimentary lunch.


Resources for Seniors on
How to Live a HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
Guest Article by “Senior Influencer” Karen Weeks

About Karen Weeks

"After retirement, I was bored and struggled to find a new sense of purpose. So, I decided to learn a new skill. I took a computer course and learned how to build this website: elderwellness.net . Now I try new things all the time. I believe nothing is off limits to seniors and I want to spread the word!"
Living healthy is the best way to remain comfortable and prolong your life, but it can often be a challenge to find new tactics that will work for your specific needs. From eating right to getting more exercise, there are several things you can do to keep your mind and body in great shape. Fortunately, there are many resources to help you stay on top of your overall wellbeing and try new things. Look at your home, daily schedule and current health needs and create a plan. 
If you need a little help getting started, here's a short guide to help you get off on the right foot.


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