Music from Pam Weston Ministries was the perfect way to kick off our Summer Concert Series! Music is enjoyed by so many of the residents.
There’s always something to enjoy. Take a look at our monthly calendar to see all of the exciting activities and events going on in the community.
Walter was found at DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Nashville Airport. He hit the jackpot. What luck! Couple that with, being discovered by a family heading to Punta Cana!
Senior to Senior Graduation Advice. What a thoughtful way to engage wisdom by students! So much to offer. Best of luck to the Graduates!
Meet “The Twins” Nanette and Sadie. They made their way to Titan Tattoo in Donelson! Not an “inkling” how they got there!
“You found me!” said Pheobe. Residents have had a blast playing hide and seek with her! Be on the lookout for her siblings!
We should’ve known Jeremiah would hit the The Y in Donelson. Adele was taking in the day smelling the flowers at Kroger. Anthony was keeping cool in a puddle at Needham’s Nursery. Howard made his way out of the ladies department at Belk and finally found a guy to hang with at Salsarita’s Fresh Mexican …Read More…
Ducklings are our spirit animal and we still have 26 unaccounted for. Please keep an eye out for our family ducklings on your outings this weekend. They will certainly put a smile on your face! Sudie Mae was found Saturday night at JB’s Pour House while Charlie hid out at Cook’s Plants and Vegetables. Jessie …Read More…
Ducks Crossing! So…. Myra hit Chicos. Frank went back to Mt. Juliet High School. Edgar got a tune up at our local Christian Brothers. Harold had a long night at The Goat while Howard was shopping at Belk.
49 of our Kempton ducklings are spreading their wings to explore our community making friends. Phoebe, our shy duckling, decided to stay home and play hide-n-seek with our residents. There have been sightings in Hermitage, Donelson, Old Hickory and Mt. Juliet. Richard was lucky enough to be found on the greenway and is traveling to …Read More…
This week’s art workshop consisted of lots and lots of buttons!