A Publication of Pathway to Living
January 2019
Treats for Fido!
Dedicated do-gooders, Oak Hill Supportive Living in Round Lake Beach residents routinely give back to the community—from hosting book drives for Bernie’s Books to volunteering at Feed My Starving Children. Their latest charitable endeavor benefited four-legged friends from the local pet shelter, Save-A-Pet . Residents made and donated a big batch of cookie-cutter doggie and kitty treats.

“The treats were so simple and fun to make!” said Community Life Manager Lorraine.
“We even had our residents’ pets taste test the goodies before donating them.” 
Best of Senior Living Award

“The Best of Assisted Living 2019” award from SeniorAdvisor.com in recognition for receiving consistently high ratings and positive reviews from their residents, families and visitors. Way to go, Bartlett!
Alexian Village Welcomes Rosalyn!
Residents, team members and visitors are thrilled to meet and spend time with Alexian Village’s newest four-legged resident--adopted doggie, Rosalyn.

Pathway’s canine companion pet program offers rescue dogs a new lease on life and affords residents meaningful relationships, improved morale, stress relief, better health and unconditional love.
Sharing and Caring i n Action
Victory Centre of Bartlett residents donned their hairnets to volunteer for Feed My Starving Children as part of Pathway’s signature Sharing and Caring program, which creates opportunities for residents to donate their time and talents for others in need.
The Ebony Players Presents:
Perfect Transmissions
In honor of Black History Month , join us for a presentation on the inspired
communications during the time of the Underground Railroad and how quilts were
used to achieve freedom.

Learn about a communication system that was created out of necessity rather than convenience. Discover what's more ingenious than Snapchat, Twitter, Facebook, cellphones, e-mails, snail mail or the Pony Express!

Saturday, February 16
11am to 1pm

Two locations!
10450 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago
RSVP 773-614-683
2370 N. Newcastle, Chicago
RSVP 773-295-4033
ASK Pathway People
How does being charitable benefit older adults?

Community Life Coordinator  Lorraine Maligaya  from Oak Hill Supportive Living explains why giving back is good for seniors  and those they help!
Adventures of a Lifelong Traveler
Back in 1964, Aileen Tyson fondly recalls the time when she and her husband loaded their six kids into a VW bus equipped for camping and headed out to see America. Aileen, an Azpira Place of Lake Zurich resident, was born into a traveling family and accumulated a lifetime of memories, which she often revisits. 


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