Blog - August 2008
OPRS' Westminster-Thurber featured in New York Times
Posted on August 03, 2008 in In The News
What does it feel like to be old in America? At the Westminster Thurber Retirement Community here, Heather Ramirez summed it up in two words. “Painful,” she said. “Frustrating.” OPRS' Westminster-Thurber featured in New York Times
Blog - July 2008
Llanfair Expansion a Boost to College Hill Community
Posted on July 15, 2008 in In The News
A new wellness center and chapel will soon grace the campus of Llanfair Retirement Community, improving the quality of life for Llanfair residents and enhancing the College Hill community.Westminster-Thurber Hosts International Conference
Posted on July 01, 2008 in In The News
In early June, people from throughout the world gathered at the Hyatt Regency in Columbus for the Eden Alternative 4th International Conference in alliance with AOPHA, The Advocate of Not-For-Profit Services for Older Ohioans. Hosted by Westminster-Thurber Community, the only registered Eden community in Central Ohio, the conference provided world-class learning opportunities in Eldercare for nearly 350 individuals from 11 countries and 30 states. During the conference, Westminster-Thurber received the Master Gardener Award, which recognizes an Eden Registered Home’s commitment and journey toward bringing the Eden Alternative Principles to life throughout its organization. Dr. William Thomas, Founder of the Eden Alternative and Nancy Fox, CEO of Eden, presented the award.
Blog - November 2007
Atwood Named Administrator for Dorothy Love Retirement Community
Posted on November 05, 2007 in In The News
Dorothy Love Executive Director Ann Roller today announced Tricia Atwood has been named Administrator for the retirement community at 3003 West Cisco Road. Atwood comes to Dorothy Love from Piqua Manor where she has worked for the past 11 years. She began this leadership position November 5.
Blog - October 2007
A “Ground-Breaking” Opportunity for Spiritual Growth
Posted on October 18, 2007 in In The News
The proposed chapel at Mount Pleasant Retirement Village will not only serve its residents as a spiritual gathering place, but it will also benefit the greater Monroe/Middletown community as well.