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JUNE 2022

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Friday, June 10

9:00 am

Suites Lobby

Come out and enjoy a fantastic breakfast and entertainment by Steve Elston. Steve has many talents and what better way to start your day than with some great music!


Friday, June 24

2:00 pm

Building 1 Lobby

We will have some great entertainment by Steve Jeffris. Steve is a vocalist and guitarist who will get your boots moving and grooving to the beat!


Thursday, June 9

10:30 am

Bus Leaves at 10:00 am

Come out and join the walking club with a fun walk on the Canal downtown. Sign up with your RSC. Lunch will be provided after the walk.


Thursday, June 16

2:00 pm

Suites Kitchen

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



Tuesday, June 14

2:00 pm

Building 1

June 14 commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States. During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress adopted a resolution stating that the flag of the United States be thirteen stripes, alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in a blue field, representing a new constellation.

Join us for a fun program and a delicious treat afterwards. Put on your red, white and blue and exercise your flag waving arm, we can not wait to see you there.


Wednesday, June 22

Sign up by June 17

Judging starts at 10:00 am

Let’s see who all has green thumbs. Overall winners will receive money off of their rent!

  • 1st place - $100 off
  • 2nd place - $50 off
  • 3rd place - $25 off


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Beth Wentz,

Executive Director

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all." 

How often have we said these inspiring words? I remember those early years in school and beginning my day standing with my class, putting my right hand over my heart, and proudly joining with the teacher and fellow students in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Since then I have had many opportunities to repeat those beautiful words at the beginning public events.

The original Pledge of Allegiance was written by Baptist minister Francis Bellamy in 1892 and published in the children’s magazine, The Youth’s Companion, as part of the 400th anniversary celebration of Christopher Columbus’ arrival to the Americas. 

June has many days to celebrate but one of my favorites is June 14th, Flag Day! When I started my career at Crestwood I wasn't even aware of Flag Day or imagine celebrating it but some of my most favorite events and fondest memories are of our Flag Day event. You will want to be a part of the rich tradition this year to add to your own memories.  



This month we are on the road to South Dakota. South Dakota is the home of the Dakota, Lakota and Nakota tribes, which make up the Sioux Nation. In 1803, U.S. President Thomas Jefferson purchased the Louisiana Territory from France, a real-estate deal that at the time doubled the size of the United States. Sturgis is home of the annual Black Hills Classic Motorcycle Rally. The largest underground gold mine is the Homestake Mine in Lead. The U.S.S. South Dakota was the most decorated battleship during World War II. The first and oldest Dakota newspaper was published in 1861.



Richard Beam - June 2

Vanessa Goodknight - June 3

Donald Lynch - June 4

Sally Felger - June 4

Lizzie May Suraleigh - June 4

Loree Gross - June 6 

Mary O'Farrell - June 11

Leslie Harris - June 14

Phyllis Gonder - June 15

Fredye Mattox - June 15

Maria Valentine - June 16

Hilda Logan - June 17

Nancy Warner - June 18

Lee Meyers - June 20

Lynn Hill - June 21

George Campbell - June 21

Linda Geiger - June 21

Venetia Dorsey - June 25

Priscilla Palm - June 25

Diane Williams - June 25

Ray Tarquino - June 26

Sally Breedlove - June 27 

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May 2022

Cycling Without Age returned in May for the residents of Crestwood North to take a ride on the Monon Trail without any of the work peddling a bicycle! CWA is completely volunteer based and we appreciate the opportunity to have them at CWN twice a month to get residents outside & enjoying the beautiful scenery! See your RSC to sign up for a turn to experience the fun! 

Thank you to everyone who came out to support the Walk for Humanity fundraiser on May 17th. It was a beautiful day to take a walk while raising money for such a worthwhile cause. The hot dogs & brats were the perfect way to refuel and the t-shirts are always in style. It was a great event with lots of fun & laughter had by all.

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Bill Martin

When did you move to Crestwood Village?

I moved to Crestwood Village North Building 1 in November of 2010.

Where did you grow up?

Columbus, OH and Largo, FL 

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

I have 1 sister and growing up I lived with several family members, so there were always lots of people around.

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

I am a Vietnam Veteran - 1968. I graduated from Ohio State in 1974 using my GI bill from my military service. I majored in Computer Science, worked for companies installing computer systems, and teaching them how to use it. I always wanted to be a teacher, so in a roundabout way I was. President Ford spoke at my college graduation.

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

Be more outgoing and be in charge of your life.

What do you want to be remembered most for?

That I cared about people.  


Beth Wentz

Beth has been the Executive Director at Crestwood Village North for 3 years and has been with the Justus Companies for 11 years. She started her career at Crestwood Village West as an Administrative Assistant in the office, and from there she was promoted. She served as the Executive Director at Wyndham Hall, Crestwood Village West and then Crestwood Village North when Justus sold the Crestwood Village West community. 

Beth lives in Brownsburg, IN where she grew up. She has 3 sons and 4 grandchildren who give her joy and is never without a picture or 10 to share! 



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



As baseball season is underway, there is a great opportunity to exercise while watching your favorite team win the game. No one will accuse you of being a couch potato while you are watching America’s favorite pastime!

  • Each pitch - reach your arms up overhead so your palms touch, stretch out the arms to the sides than back down. Repeat until next pitch. 
  • Batter hits the ball- march in place until the next pitch is thrown.
  • Batter hits a home run- reach both hands to your shoulders, tap them, then lift your arms straight overhead, then touch your shoulders again and reach for your toes. Repeat this until the batter reaches home plate. 
  • Commercial break- stretch your legs. Tap you heal on the floor, toe up, and repeat with each leg. Do this until the game comes back on. 
  • Time out or delay- bring your arms out to the side and make small clockwise circles then counterclockwise. 
  • Batter walks- point your toes up to the sky and reach your arm down to touch it. Do this stretch one leg at a time and switch back and forth until the next batter comes up. 



Have you shared all the fun activities going on with your family, friends or the person standing in line next to you at the grocery store? Everyone likes to have fun and Crestwood Village is the best place for unique fun such as the Canal Walk downtown on or the Patio and Balcony contest. The best part about sharing is that when you share and they move in YOU get rewarded with $200! 

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


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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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