Touchmark on Saddle Drive - June 2014 Newsletter
 

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  • TOUCHMARK ON SADDLE DRIVE THE{FULL}LIFE June 2014 Public invited to Lunch ’n Learn Series Family and friends celebrated Mother’s Day with a Springtime Afternoon Tea. They wore their best spring hat and outfit and enjoyed a variety of tea sandwiches, scones, and confections with a classic cup of tea served in a dainty cup. The next session in the series—Staging and Prepping Your Home to Sell—is Tuesday, June 10 at 11 am. Real estate expert Sandy Kokoruda will share tips on how to present a home and will show how these adjustments can help sell a home quickly and for the best price. There will be time for questions after the presentation. The no-charge event includes lunch, but people need to call to RSVP by Friday, June 6. (Tours available upon request.) The final two sessions are June 24 and July 8. The next June session is Making Choices in the Downsizing Process with organizing specialist Donna Tennison of Trio Estate Sales. On July 8, Touchmark Life Enrichment/Wellness Director Nanette Holmes and a Touchmark Resident Panel will present Changing the Way We Age. Raise your teacup!
  • Connect with community Waterford on Saddle Drive 915 Saddle Drive | Helena, MT 59601 | 406-449-4900 | WaterfordHelena.com WHM088 Rev. 04/08, © 2008, Touchmark Living Centers, Inc., all rights reserved 984 sq. ft. 2 Bedroom | 2 Bath Apartment Homes Resort-style Retirement For illustration purposes only. Square footage, actual room sizes, and features may vary. See construction documents. Apartment 123 is conveniently located next to a sunny sitting room and offers 989 square feet, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms. We invite you to tour Touchmark and take part in an event or activity—and see how being part of a community can enrich your life. Updates throughout! Cottage 911 with 1,340 square feet, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms also includes updated paint, flooring, countertops, and light fixtures. Plus, this home comes with a golf cart. Meet two canine companions In addition to regular pet visits, several Touchmark residents have dogs. For example, Donna Miskovich and her canine friend Max live at Touchmark. They love greeting people and thrive on the activity. “I like that Max is small enough to sit on my lap,” says Donna of the Chihuahua-Yorkie mix who is an energetic 21 months old. Beth Berg’s Pomeranian/Lhasa Apso mix— Finn McCoy—is 2 years old. “Finn is a wonderful companion” says Beth, “although he does have a bit of ‘Big Dog Syndrome!’”
  • CAPTURING DELIGHT{FULL} MOMENTS Research on cognition and memory is finding that people who participate in more mentally stimulating activities have a slower rate of decline in memory (Wilson, et al, 2013, Journal of Neurology). Apps and websites like Fit Brains, Lumosity, Tetris, Sudoku2 all work on your computer, tablet device, or smart phone. Touchmark recently conducted a webinar with team members that covered cutting-edge ideas for activities and cognitive stimulation. We now are working to develop programming throughout Touchmark communities that takes advantage of this technology for enhancing memory. If you own or intend to purchase a computer, tablet, or smart phone and would like to participate in learning how to use it, please let us know. Also, if you have a favorite website or app that helps build the brain, please send an email to FullLife@Touchmark.com. Let’s learn together what can benefit all of us as we exercise our brains and boost memory. Do you have a computer, iPad, or smart phone? Brian Pryor Executive Vice President The Touchmark Easter Egg Hunt helped raise money for the Angel Fund, which assists school children with needed classroom supplies and clothing. Touchmark donated $650 to the nonprofit. For the event, residents prepared more than 6,000 Easter eggs filled with various prizes for children to find throughout the Touchmark property. The families attending also received a lunch, and many contributed to the Angel Fund. Touchmark on Saddle Drive and Mountain West Bank cosponsored the annual Easter Egg Hunt and lunch.
  • 149750 © 2014 Touchmark, LLC, all rights reserved TOUCHMARK ON SADDLE DRIVE Full-service Retirement Community 915 Saddle Drive • Helena, MT 59601 406-449-4900 • Touchmark.com EVENT HIGHLIGHTS Contact a Full Life team member for additional details, including registration, transportation information, and participation requirements. Tuesday, June 3, 7 am - 8 pm Montana Primary Election. Touchmark is an official polling place for residents as well as the public. Forum. Thursday, June 5, 2 pm Calligraphy Class taught by Cathy Erickson. Interested in the basics of calligraphy? This class starts at the beginning, covering basic tools and preliminary knowledge to give you a solid understanding of how to compose a truly unique alphabet. Materials provided. Refreshments served. Friday, June 6, 12:45 pm Helena Middle School Fiddle Club. Enjoy the rollicking music of these young ladies and gentlemen who are continuing the tradition of fiddle playing. Lobby. Mondays, June 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30, 3 pm Forward Motion Fitness Class. Sign up for this innovative five-week session that is open to everyone, but especially beneficial to people with motor disorders, balance issues and movement challenges due to Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, or other muscle weakness. The class is designed to help with extension and flexion, weight shift, balance, articulation, and multitasking through strength, dance, and cross-body exercises. Cost: $25. Contact Leslie at 422-0682 to register. Forum. Wednesday, June 11, 2 pm Musical Program by Darcy, Hope, Emily, and Grace Wilson. David Wilson will share the variety of musical talents of his family. Forum. Friday, June 27, 9:30 am Trip to Lincoln, Montana. This town holds a rich history of miners and settlers. It’s also located near the Bob Marshall and Scapegoat Wilderness areas. Cost: $18, which includes lunch. Sign up at front desk. Touchmark Lunch & Learn Series continues • June 10: Staging and Prepping Your Home to Sell with real estate agent Sandy Kokoruda • June 24: Making Choices in the Downsizing Process with organizing specialist Donna Tennison of Trio Estate Sales • July 8: Changing the Way We Age with Touchmark Life Enrichment/Wellness Director Nanette Holmes and Touchmark resident panel Events are Tuesdays at 11 am; lunch provided. Bring a friend. No charge to attend. RSVP required by the Thursday prior to each event; seating is limited. See the full calendar online: TouchmarkHelena.com/pdf/community-event-calendar.pdf