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Summertime senior living is sweet at Marjorie P. Lee. We have lifelong learning opportunities, art programs, and plenty of musical guests. And we’ll definitely be taking advantage of the fine weather.

Senior living heads outdoors during the summer here at Marjorie Lee.

Friday, August 2

3PM: Resident’s Meeting

Our regularly scheduled Residents’ Meeting will be held in the Event Center. This meeting is designed to keep you informed of the latest changes in senior living at Marjorie P. Lee Community.

7PM: Musical Performance

This evening we have a very special guest. Jerry Conrad, who residents may remember as the leader of the Nick Clooney Show band and Jerry Conrad’s Rhythm and Brass, will be favoring us with a solo performance tonight in the Event Center.

Monday, August 5

2PM: Lifelong Learning Opportunity

Those of you interested in art and the Renaissance don’t want to miss this presentation by historian Jack Lightcap. This evening we’ll have the slide show lecture “Leonardo Da Vinci: The Renaissance Man” in the Event Center.

5PM: Dinner Out

This evening, we’re headed to historic old Milford for dinner at Padrino’s Restaurant.  Residents who would like to join us can take a peek at the menu in the Transportation Sign-up Book located in the Victoria Lobby.

Thursday, August 8

3PM: Art Class

Residents can get their creative juices flowing and work on their brain fitness in an open art studio with Janet Kempf in the Craft Room. Janet has offered her expertise to assist with a variety of art projects including our special project for the Episcopal Retirement Homes Gala. We have been asked to help create canvases representing an interpretation of Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers to display at the Gala in September. Come try your hand at creating a masterpiece.

Monday, August 12

7PM: Keeping the Spirit Alive

The spirit of ’45 is alive in the Chapel this evening. Join us for the “Keep the spirit of ‘45 Alive” event where we will be celebrating our resident veterans as we remember the accomplishments of the “greatest generation” and the end of World War II. The program will include a slide show compilation to honor our residents who have served in the armed forces and music by the Blue Chip Duo.

Thursday, August 15

5PM: Traditional “Lobsta Bake”

Our “Lobsta Bake” was so successful last month that we’re doing it again! Lobsta Bakes of Maine will be preparing a meal of Maine Lobsters, corn on the cob, red potatoes, coleslaw, steamed mussels and French bread.  Our dining staff will be on hand in the Event Center with dessert and beverages to accompany your meal. 

Friday, August 16

2:30PM: An Afternoon of Games

In honor of National Scrabble Week, we’re holding a games day in the Event Center.  Join us for an afternoon of fun and fellowship as we play scrabble and a variety of other board and card games.

Wednesday, August 21

11AM: Picnic in the Park

Senior living takes an afternoon in the park on Wednesday. Join us for a picnic lunch at Mt. Airy Forest Park. We’ll be grilling up hot dogs, hamburgers and brats with baked beans and potato salad. Residents with a sweet-tooth will be able to help themselves to s’mores for dessert!

Tuesday, August 27

3PM: Financial Planning Session

Ken Kinder from Cors and Bassett will present a financial affairs seminar this afternoon in the Event Center. Ken’s presentation, “2013: A New Year with New Tax Laws,” will give us a first look at changes in income tax, estate taxes, and other financial concerns that affect senior living. 

7PM: Piano Concert

Pianist Denny Duvall, a regular performer at the Rising Star Casino's Jags restaurant , will be giving a performance this evening in the Event Center. Denny the Piano Man earned his name as a performer on cruise ships with Holland America Cruise Lines, and he’ll be sharing his talent with us for the first time here at Marjorie P. Lee. Join us for what is sure to be a dazzling performance.

Bryan Reynolds
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August 02, 2013
Bryan Reynolds is the Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations for Episcopal Retirement Services (ERS). Bryan is responsible for developing and implementing ERS' digital marketing strategy, and overseeing the website, social media outlets, audio and video content and online advertising. After originally attending The Ohio State University, he graduated from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, where he earned a Bachelor of fine arts focused on electronic media. Bryan loves to share his passion for technology by assisting older adults with their computer and mobile devices. He has taught several classes within ERS communities as well as at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute run by the University of Cincinnati. He also participates on the Technology Team at ERS to help provide direction. Bryan and his wife Krista currently reside in Lebanon, Ohio with their 5 children.

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