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One couple’s life-changing move to Chapel PointeA joyful song resonates down the hall from Carlyle and Madeline Kilmore’s apartment daily. A speckling of voices join in throughout the building, but there’s no doubt; the Kilmores enjoy the time of community.  “Every morning, when the [Chapel Pointe] pastor leads his devotion on TV, we open our doors and sing along to the first song,” explained Carlyle. Madeline jokes that the hall choir makes a joyful noise unto...
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Armed with pots and pans, the independent living residents of Chapel Pointe lined the campus Friday morning and made a joyful ruckus, drawing staff out to the porches. Signs of thanks speckled the crowd and shouts of praise rang out among the clanging of pots.The Chivaree honored the staff of Chapel Pointe for all of their hard work and sacrifices, both at work and at home, to keep Chapel Pointe residents safe and meet their needs during this difficult time.“Staff were overwhelmed and most...
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On August 16, more than 30 Chapel Pointe residents and staff gathered in the shade at Pointe Place for a private Grand Opening of the townhome community. All of the soon-to-be residents of Pointe Place sat as Debbie Sprague, CEO, addressed the crowd, “We want to give praise to God for making this a reality, for making it happen, for the blessing of Pointe Place. Chapel Pointe is an awesome community on Hanover Street, and this is just an addition to that community. The folks who live here ...
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“We’re long livers,” Monica says of herself and her father, who lived to be 93 years old. Monica Fitzpatrick, a resident at Chapel Pointe, celebrated her 100th birthday on Friday, Aug. 2, 2019, with cake among family and friends.Monica was born in 1919 in Shamokin, Pa. Her father, Andrew Mihalik, and mother, Emma Elko, had six children together: Emma, Cyrilla, Monica, Alma, Leo, and Eugene. As a young girl, Monica spent much of her time in church, working around the house, sewi...
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Chapel Pointe’s supporters knocked our socks off by selecting Chapel Pointe at Home as the best in-home care provider in “The Sentinel” newspaper’s Best of Cumberland County contest. What makes the honor remarkable is that we launched Chapel Pointe at Home in 2018 and will not celebrate its one-year anniversary until Sept. 1!“I was surprised that we won, knowing that we’re such a young organization,” said Jan Fitzpatrick, RN, Homecare Coordinator. &ldquo...
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Chapel Pointe's 75th anniversary missions project gave residents an opportunity to serve others, and the local news noticed!    
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“It is more blessed to give than to receive.” Chapel Pointe residents are living proof of this truth from Acts 20:35.Residents spent the past week sorting school supplies and packing them into 600 kits so each impoverished child at Barner Christian Academy in Davao City, Philippines, will have his or her own supplies next fall.The missions project culminated in a packing party on Friday, May 17, where a buffet of pencils, glue, paper, scissors, and more awaited the eager party-g...
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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...
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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...
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Updated Apr 17; Posted Apr 17By Daniel Urie durie@pennlive.comA 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.
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