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Reminder that lawn mowing will or has already started.  Be sure to close your windows to prevent dust.  Decks/patios are not to be used for household storage.  No storage containers may be kept on lawn areas or patios/decks.  Nothing may be leaned and/or propped up next to any part of the buildings.  No trash bags or tarps (blue or otherwise) are allowed.  Only furniture designed for outdoor use should be stored outside and only within the patio/deck area – not along the buildings. 

 

Please remember that The Pines is a non smoking property.  Smoking is not allowed in any of the buildings or anywhere on the grounds, including the lawns, roads or walkways.  Smoking is allowed on Manor Street which is a public way but we ask that you do not leave smoking materials near the horse corral or other houses on Manor Street.

 

Did you know?

  • It is wise to keep track of your apartment key because after hours staff will come one time to unlock your door at no charge.  After the first time, a $25 fee will be charged.
  • There is a replacement fee for all lost keys.

 

Healthy Brain Come to the Baggs Room at 10:30am on Tuesday, June 4th to learn about foods and activities that feed out brain.  There will be coffee, tea, healthy snacks, and a resource list provided to participants.

 

Book Club will meet for the month of June on Wednesday, June 12 @ 10:30am in the Baggs Room  Don’t be shy if you are a reader and a book club appeals to you.  This group would welcome your participation. This month they ask that people recommend a book for “beach reading”.

 

10 Tips Nutrition Education Class will take place at 10am on June 18th in the PWDR. If you are signed up please plan to attend.  Learn How To Build a Healthy Meal, receive recipes, and enjoy delicious samples.  If you are interested in the class but didn’t sign up don’t worry, it will be offered again in the future.

 

June 6th 1pm Resident Planning Meeting in the Baggs Room.

 

Pinewood Residents:  Puzzles are now being kept in the DHHR closet with games.  When returning or donating a complete puzzle be sure to secure the box with tape or a rubber band.  If pieces are missing dispose of the puzzle in the recycling bin.

 

If you find yourself in need of a housekeeper, food stamps, transportation, in-home care, etc. contact Marcie for resources to get your needs met.  She also has list of assisted living facilities in both York and Cumberland counties and encourages everyone to begin preparing for the next phase of life.  Most people do not want to face the realities of ever having to leave The Pines but talking to family and putting plans into action can bring a great sense of relief.  If you could use some help just ask.

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