Lindsay De Bien |
, Cumberland County
, Personal Care
, Independent Living
, Continuum of Care
, Skilled Care
, Food Services
, A Loving Way of LIfe
, seniors |
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Everyone’s a judge at Chapel Pointe’s annual Chili Cook-Off, where the aim is fun and the bragging rights are high!On Friday, February 22, residents and staff sampled 10 chili recipes made by staff, residents, and households. The premise was simple: the chili with the most votes wins. Congratulations to the 2019 Chili Cook-Off winners: 1st Place: Friendship Circle 2nd Place: Family Place (Both households won a dinner catered by the restaurant of their choice.) 3rd Place Tie: Sherry G...
to encourage your friends, family, coworkers, or acquaintancesWhile everyone occasionally enjoys recognition for their angelic looks, carefully chosen outfit, or perfectly sculpted hair, as a faith-based senior living community, we believe each person’s true value lies in being uniquely created by God. This drives our mission to create A Loving Way of Life for all residents, staff, clients, and the greater Chapel Pointe family.Inspired by National Compliment Day, on January 24, we combed t...
As long as Moses held up his hands, the Israelites were winning, but whenever he lowered his hands, the Amalekites were winning. When Moses’ hands grew tired, they took a stone and put it under him and he sat on it. Aaron and Hur held his hands up - one on one side, one on the other - so that his hands remained steady till sunset.Exodus 17:11-12The fate of the Israelite army quite literally rested in the hands of a single man. When Moses’ own strength failed him, Aaron and Hur used t...
The Sentinel newspaper published the results from its annual “Best of Cumberland County” competition. The community voted for Chapel Pointe to win first place in three categories: Best 55+ Community Best Rehab Facility Best Nursing FacilityThank you to everyone who voted for us!We're especially grateful to our team of hard-working, dedicated staff who serve others every day to earn our excellent reputation. Your love for our residents is evident, and it causes people to call...
As four golden shovels turned over soil, Chapel Pointe family and friends erupted in applause on Friday, June 15, 2018. The ceremony at Chapel Pointe commemorated the groundbreaking of Chapel Pointe’s second campus – an exclusively independent living townhome community – called Pointe Place.Two of the groundbreakers, the Chapel Pointe executive director and president of the board, were anticipated. The other two, Ruth Jarrett and John Hockensmith, represented two families with ...
The long, lazy days of summer have arrived, but lazy doesn’t mean boring! Take advantage of the longer days and sunshine to explore our community and try something new.Making a summer bucket list provides inspiration for your free time and helps to motivate you to be active. An active lifestyle can include focusing on your physical, social, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness. Trying something new or rediscovering a lost passion can improve your health in multiple areas at the same t...
At the end of a long day, you finally sit down to take a bite of your favorite food and for a split second, your whole day melts away and you just enjoy the moment. Sure, your food tastes great, but your moment of joy probably has deeper roots – like memories of sharing your favorite meal with a friend, years of perfecting your recipe, or remembering the tastes of childhood.Beyond the simple pleasure of delicious cuisine, Chapel Pointe Food Services has sought to unleash the joy of food. B...
9 Tips From People Who've "Been There" and "Done That"Overcoming the Downsizing HurdleLiving a “minimalist” lifestyle has gained popularity among people of all ages. No matter how trendy it becomes, the truth remains: scaling down presents challenges.“In our experience, when you’re facing downsizing, at the very beginning, it’s a huge task – insurmountable really,” said new Chapel Pointe resident, David.Sound familiar?We talked wi...
Updated Apr 17; Posted Apr 17By Daniel Urie firstname.lastname@example.orgA Carlisle retirement community plans on building a new townhome community.Chapel Pointe at Carlisle plans to build the new townhome community ... click here to read the full article.
Debbie Chestnut For The Sentinel, Apr 10, 2018Chapel Pointe unveiled plans for a new townhome community in Carlisle at an open house Tuesday morning.The new 62-plus community, called Pointe Place, will be at 1026 Ritner Highway on a 1.5-acre site ... click here to read the full article.