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Victory Centre of Joliet residents put a positive spin on coverings that hide their grins! The summer tie-dying craze carried over to fall when residents applied their handy craft to create colorful, one-of-a-kind facemasks.
The latest brain game at Victory Centre of Park Forest had residents creating as many words as possible from “Martha’s Vineyard.” The challenge keeps the mind sharp and is a lot of fun too!
Getting out and about safely these days can be challenging, but Victory Centre of River Woods found a way! Residents spaced apart on the community bus enjoyed a scenic trip to downtown Chicago, where they cruised by the lake, Navy Pier and other iconic sights. They enjoyed amazing city views and a fresh perspective on life.
Victory Centre of Bartlett residents colored Halloween cards to brighten the day for sick children hospitalized at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. Bridging generations, residents let younger ones know that older people care.
Out of the gate, Victory Centre of Roseland’snew VIVA! Life Associate, Sabrina, is making a good impression! She baked cookies with the residents and then went above and beyond to create decorative cookie boxes for each baker's treats.
Victory Centre of Vernon Hills residents made no-sew, tie fleece blankets to donate to Lake County Haven, a charity serving homeless women and children. Giving back to the community and supporting neighbors gives residents a great sense of purpose and pride and is a tradition that continues year-round.
Erica Baird and Karen Wagner are both mothers, wives, lawyers, friends and New Yorkers. But most recently, they're the co-founders of Lustre.net, an online community created to help the generation of older adults tap into their potential, forge new identities and find new purpose -- all while sharing their learned lessons and inspiring future generations.