A  Publication of Pathway to Living
December 2018

Windy City  LIVE

While attending a taping of Chicago's only daytime talk show, Victory Centre of Park Forest  residents enjoyed VIP treatment when they got to meet and pose for photos with hosts Val Warner and Ryan Chiaverini!

Strutting with Style:
Senior Fashion Show Fundraiser

Stylists from PC Hair Salons, a nonprofit organization that provides clients with the beauty services they expect and deserve, will give residents runway-ready hairdos.

Come see the fashion show! 

Saturday, December 15, 1:30 to 3pm
Victory Centre of Roseland
3251 E. 92nd Street, Chicago

RSVP to Crystal at 773-712-1809 to reserve your spot!

Breakfast with Santa 
in Round Lake Beach

J oin us for a pancake breakfast with Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus! Bring the kiddos and enjoy a morning filled with cheer and holiday spirit. 

Saturday, December 15, 8:30 to 10:30am
Oak Hill Supportive Living
76 E. Rollins Road, Round Lake Beach

RSVP to 847-201-1100

Doggone Celebrity!

Victory Centre of Bartlett's  community pooch, Daisy, is a centerfold...well kind of. Her friendly and familiar fuzzy face is featured in Petco's 2019 Calendar. All proceeds from calendar sales will help the Petco Foundation and their 4,000 animal welfare partners save more pets, like Daisy, across the country.

Daisy brings the benefits of pet ownership to Victory Centre of Bartlett residents as party of Pathway's See Spot Retire program.

Tuskegee Airman's Uplifting Visit

It was a true honor to host original Tuskegee Airman  Lt. O. Lawton Wilkerson for a presentation at Victory Centre of Roseland
Wilkerson's inspiring talk covered his experience of learning how to fly B-25 bombers as part of the elite squad of the first black pilots. The Chicago heights native also reminisced about his days as a radio disk jockey and as a program manager. 
Roseland resident James Coleman presented Wilkerson with the Exceptional Bravery and Heroism Award.


Ask Pathway People

Community Life Coordinator Megan McInerney from Aspired Living of Prospect Heights talks about why you should think about moving your parents before the holidays.


Overcoming Winter Blues

It's supposed to be the "the most wonderful time of the year," yet many people don't feel that way. Holiday depression is more common that you'd think, especially among older adults. 

I dentify depression warning signs and see how you can help.


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