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Residents from Pacific Springs Village, and Immanuel Senior Living community in Omaha, Nebraska, face-off in a traditional game of Bocce Ball.
Jun 21, 2018

Pacific Springs Village Continues Resident Bocce Ball Court

The community continues their two-year tradition of Bocce Ball every Friday morning - and they mean business!

Two residents from Trinity Village, an Immanuel senior living community, wear patriotic apparel and wave small American flags as they welcome American Legion Riders to the community in celebration of veterans.
Jun 21, 2018

American Legion Riders Make A Stop At Trinity Village

The bikers stopped into the community to thank our veterans and enjoy some delicious donuts.

A Lakeside Village resident looks up into the sky as she holds her fishing rod over the side of a pontoon boat.
Jun 19, 2018

Lakeside Village Goes Fishing

Lakeside Village residents took their turn floating on the currents of Lake Wanahoo.

A resident from Clark Jeary, a senior living community in Lincoln, Nebraska, creates cards with kids from Trinity Daycare during one of the community's intergenerational activities.
Jun 13, 2018

Intergenerational Service and Life Lessons at Clark Jeary

Residents partnered with Trinity Daycare to create cards for a local woman in need of encouragement.

Ann Holmes, resident of The Landing, an Immanuel senior living community in Lincoln, Nebraska, poses with her wedding dress that she donated to a display of historic wedding attire.
Jun 12, 2018

Historic Wedding Attire on Display at The Landing

A presentation of historic wedding fashion took place at the community - wedding cake included!

A crew of residents from Immanuel Courtyard, an Immanuel senior living community in Omaha, Nebraska, smile while floating on a pontoon with their fishing gear provided by the organization Live Well. Go Fish., a non-profit that offers fishing excursions for seniors.
Jun 12, 2018

Immanuel Courtyard Embarks on their First Fishing Trip

Immanuel Courtyard has an adventurous first fishing trip of the season with Live Well. Go Fish.!

Verne, a resident at Clark Jeary senior living community in Lincoln, Nebraska, looks through his binoculars while floating on a pontoon provided by Live Well. Go Fish., a non-profit organization that arranges fishing trips for seniors and veterans. Verne happens to be a military veteran and was honored by the Live Well. Go Fish crew.
Jun 12, 2018

Clark Jeary Participates in D-Day Fishing Trip

As a way to honor veterans, the Live Well. Go Fish. pontoon held a special D-Day fishing trip.

A resident from The Landing, an Immanuel senior living community, poses with his fish that he caught while on an outing with the organization Live Well. Go Fish.
Jun 8, 2018

The Landing Enjoys A Day Out On The Lake With LWGF

Live Well. Go Fish. has taken another one of our communties out for a fun day on the lake.

A resident from Trinity Village, an Immanuel community, poses with a fish she caught while out on a pontoon with the organization Live Well. Go Fish.
May 31, 2018

Trinity Village Ladies Enjoy a "Girls Day Out" on the Lake

Thanks to the organization Live Well. Go Fish., residents from Trinity Village got to set out on a fun fishing adventure.

The Omaha Symphony performs to a packed house at The Arboretum, an Immanuel senior living community in Omaha, Nebraska.
May 31, 2018

Omaha Symphony Performs at the Arboretum

Residents enjoyed a beautiful performance from some very talented musicians.

A resident from Clark Jeary, senior living community in Lincoln, Nebraska, smiles big with activities director Beth Alberts while out on a fishing boat at Lake Wanahoo.
May 30, 2018

Clark Jeary Takes Part In Live Well. Go Fish.

Residents from the community enjoyed a lunch on Lake Wanahoo with the non-profit organization.

John Croghan, executive director of The Landing, and Alice Dittman, resident of The Landing and former president of Cornhusker Bank, pose together at a fundraising event for the Seniors Foundation.
May 21, 2018

The Landing is Recognized as a Seniors Foundation Keystone Partner

Executive director John Croghan accepted the recognition and resident Alice Dittman presented as keynote speaker at the Country Club of Lincoln.