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Merlin B. (above) served as a machine gunner with “The Hellcats” in Germany, and after the war ended, had the memorable experience of attending the Nuremburg trials.

John J . (left) was a member of a crew that sunk one – and possibly a second – German submarine in the Pacific.

Both WWII veterans live at Stoney River Marshfield and will be honored along with fellow veteran residents on Veterans Day.

Monday, November 11, 1:30 - 3:00pm
1204 W. McMillan Street, Marshfield

RSVP to 715-207-6423
  • Ceremony & Gift – VFW 
  • Pinning & Poem Reading - St. Croix Hospice
  • Flower Presentation – Stoney River 
  • Patriotic Music - Guitarist Dale Dickerson 
  • Cake & Refreshments

FALLING For Autumn

Stoney River Ramsey  residents visited Remick’s Orchard and Nursery for a festive afternoon of apple picking, tractor rides and chickens! On another crisp fall weekend, residents enjoyed a scenic drive, pie tastings and an indoor game of cornhole.
What's in Your Purse or Pocket?  

Storyteller and Antique Expert Shelby Wieste r will help uncover the value of guests’ personal antique treasures.
Wednesday, November 5,
10:30am to Noon
Zion United Methodist Church, Fellowship Hall
2106 N. Peach Ave., Marshfield 

Join us for a monthly gathering for those dealing with memory loss and their care partners to learn, laugh and unwind over special activities and complimentary lunch.

Please RSVP by calling 715-384-7007 .

Hosted by Stoney River Marshfield in partnership with Marshfield Area Respite Care Center and United Way. 

A Taste of SPAIN
In honor of studying Spain as part of the signature World Tour program,  Stoney River Ramsey’s  Happy Hour featured a delicious, Spanish-influenced appetizer—Tortilla Espanola!


When the cold winds blow,  Stoney River Marshfield  residents can recall warm memories of Camp VIVA! On a beautiful late summer day, campers enjoyed the great outdoors while fishing, grilling, nature watching and spending time with friends.

Photobombing Grandma Finds

Andy Weitzberg of Buffalo Grove, IL, admits that she feels recharged and reinvigorated as a new social media star. “You stop thinking about how old you’re getting,” explains the grandmother of four. “You just do it and the energy feeds on itself.”

It's Not Too Late to

Don’t be surprised if grandpa starts to follow you on Instagram and Twitter! Many people his age – 65 and older – are moving high-speed toward more digitally connected lives. Online, many older adults are drawn to social media sites that can help them connect with family and friends, exchange ideas and information and learn new things.  
Learn what older adults “like” about social networking.

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Pathway to Living is bringing you closer to the people you love! See what fun your elders are up to with frequent photo posts from all Pathway to Living communities.    

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