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Hooray for the Vaccine!
Vaccine clinics are giving Pathway to Living communities a reason to celebrate! By the end of March, we will be one giant step closer to a return to normal life with the second dose of the vaccine being offered by then to every Pathway resident and team member.

Thank you to our partners at Walgreens and CVS for delivering the vaccines and to all those who are taking their best shot against COVID-19 for the team!

Brighter Days Ahead! 

Age Well celebrated our first COVID-19 vaccine clinic with the help of our friends at Walgreens!

Residents, team members, and families look forward to brighter days ahead as we put this pandemic behind us.

Go Packers! 
Die-hard Green Bay Packer fans cozied up with a life-size cutout of MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers after cheering him and the Packers on in the playoffs at a happy hour tailgate. On a side note, can the Age Well resident who took Rodgers home, please return him to the concierge!
A ballerina print hanging in Age Well’s lobby caught the attention of residents Al and Connie Gobert. The image of the graceful dancer's shadow triggered fond memories of Connie’s ballet dancing days for the couple. 

Connie started dancing at age 10, attended ballet school in Milwaukee, WI and played the lead role of Alice in a production of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. When she married Al, Connie took a lifelong dance partner of a different sort and a final bow from the stage. 

Al proudly told Age Well’s Executive Director Michael Leonhard about Connie’s dancing days and asked if they could have a copy of the print for their apartment. Not missing a beat, Michael ordered the ballerina print and presented it to Al and Connie in front of their friends at a happy hour.
Shedding a few happy tears, Connie talked about her dancing days, recalling how proud she was of her pointe technique (standing straight on her toes!) and sharing that Swan Lake is her favorite ballet. “I love it so much!” Connie said of the framed print that perfectly represents the art form she once loved and how loved by all at Age Well she is today.
Casino Night 
Everyone was a winner on Casino Night! Age Well’s Executive Director Michael Leonhard played dealer as residents made mock bets and enjoyed bingo games, raffle prizes and more.

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