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April 28, 2016
Cedarfield residents were certainly put to the test by Jay Quel, director of Facilities Management at Cedarfield. What does a one-inch sprig of Juniperus Virginiana, a Dining comment card, Cedarfield’s Cornerstone location, and a cancelled postage stamp worth 32 cents have in common? All were included in the 20 riddles and questions created by Jay …Read More…
April 27, 2016
Which department has been around the longest? That was the question asked by many at the display done by all Cedarfield departments, explaining how and when they evolved at Cedarfield. Residents enjoyed talking to employees and learning (and seeing) interesting information. By the way, Marketing was the first – starting in 1992!
April 21, 2016
Marketing hosted a “trip back in time,” for residents and guests, taking them on a journey back to 1991 when Cedarfield was in the early concept stage through its opening in September 1996. Artifacts, memorabilia, and fabulous photography displayed a preconstruction campus in 1991 through construction. A lot of memories were shared by pioneer residents …Read More…
April 14, 2016
Cedarfield resident vols were recognized for their time and talent in celebration of National Voluteerism Week. Some came in costume as their favorite cowboy/cowgirl, but all enjoyed great food and fellowship. Thanks to all the Cedarfield volunteers who go above and beyond every day to make this community so special.
April 8, 2016
Dining Services kicked off the celebration on April 8, presenting A Season of Celebration, serving residents a very special evening meal– tapas-style! The menu listed nine items – each brought to the tables one at a time. Everyone enjoyed this different, creative style of dining. Rave reviews by all confirmed it was a very successful …Read More…