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Good Samaritan Society – Heritage Landing

1305 Jeppeson Rd., West Okoboji, IA 51351
(712) 338-2909

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Good Samaritan Society – Heritage Landing

Good Samaritan Society –
Heritage Landing

1305 Jeppeson Rd.

West Okoboji, IA 51351

 

(712) 338-2909

(senior housing)


Center news

(West Okoboji, Iowa) – Good Samaritan Society – Heritage Landing senior apartments will host a harvest luncheon and speaker on Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014.

The meal begins at 11:30 a.m. and the program, which includes a speaker from Respite Angels, will follow. Heritage Landing senior apartments are located at 1305 Jeppeson Road in West Okoboji. The free event is geared toward seniors 55 and older, but everyone in the community is invited to attend.

Respite Angels is a non-profit volunteer group that provides care for caregivers. More information about Respite Angels and Heritage Landing senior apartments will be available.

“Come to Heritage Landing for a great meal and to learn more about services for seniors in the community,” says Kelsey Mergen of Good Samaritan Society – Heritage Landing.


Center news

(West Okoboji, Iowa) – Good Samaritan Society – Heritage Landing tenants were treated to a night of music and dancing in celebration of Milford’s Pioneer Days this summer. We welcomed the Jessie James Band for the evening.

 


Left: These women couldn’t resist forming a train as the Jessie James Band played the familiar Johnny Cash tune, Folsom Prison. Pictured from left to right are Denise Leal, Alvira Braesch, Eleanor Larson, June Lockey and Virginia Behrens.


The dancing never stopped to the melodic tunes of the Jessie James Band!
Seated from left are Heritage Landing tenant Ted Carpenter and Mick and Karleen Noteboom. Mick was co-grand marshall for Milford Pioneer Days.
At center, Ted Carpenter and Eleanor Larson “cut a rug” at the music and dancing event.
Heritage Landing was fortunate to book the Jessie James Band, a highly-sought group in the Iowa Great Lakes area!

Center news

“Three years ago, I lost a great wife. After her passing, my home no longer felt like a home. I decided one day that I didn’t want or need to be doing all the work that it took to maintain the mowing and moving of snow. I looked into senior living at Heritage Landing.

 

Right: Good Samaritan Society – Heritage Landing resident Ted Carpenter relaxes by the fireplace in Heritage Landing’s parlor.

 

“I only cook my breakfast, and I love the features of having my noon meal provided, plus I enjoy dining with others. We have staff members who come and clean my apartment every week. My apartment is furnished and maintained with appliances and a washer and dryer. I love the choice of having a heated garage that keeps my vehicle out of the environment. I enjoy the other tenants who live here, and we do many things together.

 

“I encourage you to come and visit Heritage Landing and take a tour. While you are here, look me up — I would love to share my experience with you. You can’t afford not to check out the opportunity to live a more carefree life. Moving to Heritage Landing is the best decision I ever made.”

 

– Ted Carpenter, resident at Good Samaritan Society – Heritage Landing


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