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Dairy Strong in Marshfield


Meet Charlie the Milk Guy,” who delivers fresh milk from a local dairy for Stoney River Marshfield residents to enjoy. Nasonville Dairy collects the milk from the farmers and Weber’s Farm Store sells it to the community.
 
At Marshfield, we proudly support farmers and the “Dairy Strong” movement. Dairy farmers were hard hit when COVID-19 forced the closing of schools, processing plants and restaurants. In Central Wisconsin, a group of concerned citizens is working to promote local dairy and farmers, and we are happy to support the “moo-vement!”


Congrats to Ramsey! 

Gardens Grow Friendships

Thanks to Mr. Cournoyer’s agricultural class at Auburndale High School for donating plants and giving Stoney River Marshfield memory support residents a jumpstart to their garden. We hope the students can enjoy the garden’s bounty with residents later this summer.


VIVA! Programming Returns

Residents are enjoying the ability to gather in small groups once again while taking precautions to be safe while being creative.


Hoping to attract hummingbirds and cardinals, Stoney River Marshfield residents made custom bird feeders to hang outdoors.
Abstract paintings created by Stoney River Ramsey artists brighten the community and residents’ private apartment homes.

Thank You, Frontline Heroes

Pathway to Living's Support Center team members came together (figuratively!) to recognize and thank frontline workers for their courage, sacrifice and hard work during these challenging times.

Celebrating LEAs!

Pathway to Living honored our Life Enrichment Aides (LEAs) during National Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA Week) for caring for residents’ health and safety while bringing joy to their lives. LEAs play an integral role in Pathway’s mission to change the way society thinks about aging and senior living.
Artwork Says it All!
Over 650 residents shared one word to describe the LEAs in their lives. Their kind expressions were used to create this artistic interpretation of Pathway to Living’s logo in their honor.
Helping LGBTQ Seniors
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There are approximately 51 million people aged 65 and older in the United States, and approximately 3 million of them identify as LGBTQ. There is currently a surge of LGBTQ seniors who are looking for senior living communities where they will feel welcome and comfortable.


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