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Chef Jack Incorporates Fun, Fresh, and Meatless into Menus at Southfield Village

Culinary Manager Jack Renbarger is incorporating fun, fresh, and meatless options into his menus every day.

Great Lakes Turns Food Waste into Energy

Great Lakes Christian Homes has partnered with the Delhi Township to turn their food scraps into energy that will run the Township’s Water Treatment Plant. Delhi Township purchased the four new anaerobic digesters with the help of a financial assistance grant from Michigan State University.

Izzy’s Treasures Support Southfield Village

When you walk into the Annual Bazaar at Southfield Village, you are sure to encounter the creations of Isabel (Izzy) Stickely.

Resident Alice Ryter Volunteers with Kids

“Children are spontaneous and live in the moment,” says Alice with a smile. “They help erase worry.”

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Groves Cafe Opens at Greencroft Goshen

On January 8th, 2019, after what felt like ages of anticipation, residents and staff celebrated the Grand Opening of The Groves Cafe, a newly renovated restaurant-style cafe in the Healthcare Center of Greencroft Goshen.

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Great Lakes Turns Food Waste into Energy

Great Lakes Christian Homes has partnered with the Delhi Township to turn their food scraps into energy that will run the Township’s Water Treatment Plant. Delhi Township purchased the four new anaerobic digesters with the help of a financial assistance grant from Michigan State University.

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Resident Alice Ryter Volunteers with Kids

“Children are spontaneous and live in the moment,” says Alice with a smile. “They help erase worry.”

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Mervin’s Talent Enriches all at Greencroft Goshen

Scattered throughout Greencroft Goshen you will find the most beautiful, handcrafted, wooden furniture.

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Resident Jean Lefurgey's Passion For Church History Yields Her Second Book

As a former broadcaster and freelance writer, Jean Lefurgey spent a lot of time writing and researching. Those same skills that brought Lefurgey, who now lives on the Walnut Hills campus, success in her career were instrumental in helping her complete two books, with each project coming at just the right time in her life.

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Hamilton Grove's Resident Handbell Choir

The choir began because Activity staff members inadvertently discovered a box of bell plates in storage.

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