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Women’s Right to Vote
The women of Victory Centre of Vernon Hills marked the 100th anniversary of the Women's Suffrage Movement, which granted women the long-overdue right to vote in the United States, by wearing white and holding signs to celebrate the historic milestone. Sue and Susie pictured here say they look forward to exercising their right to vote in November!
Painting outdoors in nature is a method that artists use to better capture that landscape’s light, shadows and mood. On a recent picture-perfect morning, Victory Centre of Park Forest artists took their canvasses and brushes outside to inspire their own landscape artwork. Friends and neighbors, while maintaining social distancing, applauded each other’s creativity.
With lots of patience, Victory Centre of Roseland residents handcrafted intricate hexagon bowls from simple popsicle sticks. The bowls can be displayed on their own as works of art or used to hold knick-knacks, potpourri or more!
This simple art project produced stunning results for the Victory Centre of River Woods artists who carefully and creatively placed the dried flowers on canvass. What a wonderful way to preserve summer’s beauty!
Thanks to Anthony Shell, a true leader of a vibrant team, Victory Centre of South Chicago is proudly welcoming more residents to find "home" while feeling secure and loved. We chatted with him about his leadership practices and how to build a strong foundation in a growing community.