Ribbon-cutting signifies completed renovations

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By Elizabeth Varville

Garden Estates of Temple held their ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the newly renovated Senior Lifestyle center. The center has called Temple home since March 1998 and serves approximately 100 residents.
“The renovations lasted nearly nine months. We replaced carpet in all areas, painted all the common areas, added molding throughout the center and updated window treatments, did a little infrastructure work, redid our game room and exercise room, redid all of our meeting rooms and family rooms, and added a fireplace,” said Executive Director John Maroon. “We pride ourselves on our hospitality. We provide the feeling of welcome; this is where we try to differentiate ourselves. We know the needs of our residents before they do; we are ahead of all their needs.”
According to seniorlifestyle.com, founded in 1985, Senior Lifestyle Corporation is a family-owned company that promotes healthy, happy residents through an unmatched level of service. Their award-winning programs are recognized for creativity and innovation in improving the lives of both residents and their families. Senior Lifestyle’s mission is by engaging a caring team of dedicated professionals, Senior Lifestyle will be at the forefront of creating fulfilling lifestyles that enrich seniors’ lives today and tomorrow. Senior Lifestyle’s values incorporate CHART; caring, honesty, appreciation, respect, and teamwork. At Senior Lifestyle, their success begins with their people. The secret has been finding individuals that are fully committed and passionate about their mission and values and empowering these talented professionals to deliver excellent services and care for the residents and their families.
For more information on Garden Estates, please visit www.seniorlifestyle.com.