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Friday, September 9

11:00 am

Suites Lobby

Enjoy a delicious meal and some fun music by John Kirby. Let your RSC know if you are attending.


Friday, September 23

2:00 pm

Building 1 Lobby

All ladies are invited to join us for a fun style show. Come showcase your favorite outfit. Sign up with your RSC if you want to be a model.


Thursday, September 15

2:00 pm

Suites Social Room

Bring your friends and have some fun playing FREE Bingo. Prizes are given out to winners. Four cards max. 



Saturday, September 17

3:00 – 7:00 pm

Starts in the Suites

Tickets: $15

September is our final fundraiser month for Habitat for Humanity, our partner for the past three years. What an honor it has been to support such a worthy cause. Help us finish up this year with a bang and really show how much we support this great cause. All proceeds from this event will go to support Habitat for Humanity. Let’s make this last year great!

Travel to each building for delicious food and theatrical performances acted out by our very own residents!

RSVP to your RSC and purchase your tickets by September 9.


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Beth Wentz,

Executive Director

September is seen by many to be a very pleasant time of the year. For those of us in the northern hemisphere, the weather is finally starting to let up, with cooler nights chasing away the heat of the day. September is the time to finish the year’s harvest and celebrate its bounty. September is of course also a great time of the year in the southern hemisphere! Gone are the dark days of winter, this month is a great time to get outside and appreciate the first flowers of spring!

Like every other month of the year, September has plenty to show for itself. I would like to encourage you to attend the community events that are held for our valued residents each month. It is a great way for you to make new friends or continue to enjoy time with you existing friends.



This month we are on the road to Colorado. Colorado is the only state in history, to turn down the Olympics. In 1976 the Winter Olympics were planned to be held in Denver. Denver lays claim to the invention of the cheeseburger. The trademark for the name Cheeseburger was awarded in 1935 to Louis Ballast. The World’s First Rodeo was held on July 4th, 1869 in Deer Trail. Colorado has the highest mean altitude of all the states. Colorado’s southwest corner borders Arizona, New Mexico and Utah the only place in America where the corners of four states meet.


Jay Dill - 9/4

Joanne Sproles - 9/5

Tae Carter - 9/7

Aurora Eslava - 9/8

Vickie Rich - 9/9

James "Jimmy" Lay - 9/9

Pamela Kantner - 9/11

Judith Smith-Henry - 9/11

Connye Lyons - 9/11

Sandra Crist - 9/15

Richard Bodi - 9/17

Robert Shive - 9/18

Carolyn Prairie - 9/21

Martha Kennedy - 9/21

Agnes Marquardt - 9/25

Bill Lamb - 9/25

Janet Fertig - 9/28


July 2022

It was a Night out Under the Stars for all the Crestwood Village North residents as they traveled to Crestwood South for the Dinner Dance. Fun was had by all as they enjoyed a delicious dinner prepared by the chef's at Crestwood South and danced the night away to some great music! 

Crestwood North's wonderful Life Enrichment director, Ashley Barton, hosted Trivia Night where building residents formed teams of 4 to compete against each other for a great prize! Lots of knowledge was tested, memory banks were unlocked and loads of laughter filled the Lobby of Building 2 for a great night of fun!


Lucy Lehman

Building 2

When did you move to Crestwood Village?

February 2021

Where did you grow up?

Topeka, IN with a population of 500 when I was growing up there. It's 7 miles from Shipshewana.

Tell us about your family and/or pet(s)

I have 2 daughters, one lives 1/2 mile from Crestwood North and the other lives in Eugene, OR. I have 3 granddaughters, ages 23, 25 and 26. I am very proud of all my family.

What's the most interesting or unusual thing about you?

I love to travel! I have been to 6 of the 7 continents, all 50 states and 53 of 63 National Parks, which includes all 8 in Alaska! 

If you could tell your younger self something, what would it be?

Don't sweat the small stuff, everything is really small stuff in the big scheme of things.

What do you want to be remembered most for?

Showing kindness to all


Ryan Skinner

Ryan Skinner is the Regional Director of Operations for Crestwood Village North and two apartment communities owned by the Justus Companies in Missouri, Copper Ridge and 51 Main. You've probably seen him walking around the community. 

Ryan was born and raised on a farm just south of Columbus, OH and attended Ohio State University and graduated with a degree in Political Science. After graduation he began working in various service departments at a Continuing Care Community. In 2009, he received his Indiana Health Facility Administrator's license after his move to Indiana. In his free time he enjoys trail running and hiking.


FDA Finalizes Historic Rule Enabling Access to Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids for Millions of Americans

More Affordable Hearing Aids Could Be in Stores as Soon as Mid-October.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a final rule to improve access to hearing aids which may in turn lower costs for millions of Americans. This action establishes a new category of over-the-counter (OTC) hearing aids, enabling consumers with perceived mild to moderate hearing impairment to purchase hearing aids directly from stores or online retailers without the need for a medical exam, prescription or a fitting adjustment by an audiologist. Read more



Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

10:30 am - 4:00 pm


Our fitness coordinator can help you with the following

FREE activities:

 • Learn how to use the equipment

 • Start you on a personalized wellness program

 • Walk with you during our year-round walking club

 • Motivate you during exercise classes


Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

10:30 am – Building 2

12:30 pm – Suites

1:15 pm – Building 1



9:30 am – Meet at Suites


Here are five good reasons:

1. Walking in a group gives off positive energy and helps seniors feel good all over.

2. You have other people to hold you accountable while making the experience more enjoyable.

3. Walking is one of the best exercises people can do! It's free, easy and no equipment is necessary. You can walk any time and go many places. 

4. People who have lived the longest and are the world's happiest people have been known to exercise and socialize with others up to seven hours daily.

5. If want to decrease loneliness, reduce depression and your risk of dying earlier, join a social walking group or club like the one we have at Crestwood Village. We also go on trips to different locations in the summer months and stop on the way home for eats and treats!

Check out your fitness calendars to see when these fun walking groups meet. We would love to have you join us!



Food, fun, friends and music. Sounds like Crestwood! We are known for our life enrichment activities and fun social events each month. Why not share the fun with a family member or friend who is looking to make a move? Or possibly making a move later on in the year. Tell them now to get on our waiting list! And when they move in you get $200! It's an easy way to make money— tell people about the great place you live and share the fun time you have at one of our many activities. 


Pick up a Referral Reward form in the lobby or download and print a copy here.

Call the leasing office for details at 317-844-9994


Take a virtual tour through Skype, FaceTime, or a pre-recorded video sent right to your e-mail.

Take a 360° tour of a one-bedroom apartment.


We also are offer in-person tours of our beautiful community!

Call 317.844.9994 to schedule.


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