Posts by: Kenneth Fritz

November 14, 2014

Veteran’s Ball – A Night of Celebration and Dancing

Last night we held our annual Veteran’s Ball celebrating those who served our country. The celebration went from 5-7pm with a great spread of food prepared by Chef Theo and his team and the dance floor was enojoyed with the wonderful live music by the John Morgan Band Sextet. Click on the 4 links below to […]

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October 27, 2014

Beer and Food Pairing Event

We had a wonderful time at our beer and food pairing event and enjoyed great food prepared by Chef Theo and his team. Guests were able to sample the below: Pesto Cocktail Prawns with an IPA Caprese Salad Skewer with Balsamic Reduction with a Blond Ale Filet Crostini with Red Onion Chutney with an Amber […]

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October 20, 2014

Blankets for Karen (kun-REHN) Refugees

We would like to show recognition to Lucy Elrick, one of our Independent Living residents for taking her time to involve herself in community relations in the Des Moines area. Lucy started last year making fleece tie blankets and donating them to the men, women, and children of the Karen (Burmese) Congregation of the Creekside […]

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September 10, 2014

Assisted Living Week BBQ

We had a wonderful turn out of about 70 families, friends, and residents. We enjoyed hamburgers and hotdogs, all the fixings. Thank you to all who made this wonderful event a success and a wonderful time.  

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September 4, 2014

The Village at Legacy Pointe Races at the Iowa Speed Way

A group of gentlemen went out for a tour of the Newton, Iowa (Iowa Speed Way). They had the chance to see the track up front and take a ride along the raceway in our van. Iowa Speedway, “The Fastest Short Track on the Planet,” is a state-of-the-art 7/8 mile asphalt paved tri-oval race track […]

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August 26, 2014

Residents Ice Bucket the Legacy Pointe Staff in Support of ALS

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has raised awareness about the disease by leaps and bounds over the last several weeks. According to the ALS Association, approximately 5,600 people in the U.S. are diagnosed each year, and the average life expectancy is about two to five years from that point. The Ice Bucket Challenge process is […]

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