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Riverview will host our annual “Safe Trick or Treat” on Saturday, October 24 at 5:30pm. One of our EDEN neighborhoods, Patchwork Place, will sponsor this event. Children from the community are invited to come out and trick or treat the streets of our Riverview community. Our elders always enjoy handing out candy to the kids at this annual event. Everyone welcome !!!

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Riverview’s annual Fall Festival is scheduled for Saturday, October 24 from 6:00 to 8:00pm. The community is invited to this fun-filled event. There will be free games and prizes for the kids, and concessions will be sold. There will also be a costume contest, which is always a crowd favorite. We are looking forward to this great night of fun and would like to invite everyone to come join us !!!

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Riverview HealthCARE will continue an old tradition as we host the Round-up at the River Car Show. The event is scheduled for October 31, 2015. There will be door prizes, a 50/50 drawing, concessions, and awards will be given in 12 different categories. All proceeds from this event will go to the Riverview Relay for Life Team. Be sure to mark this date on your calendars. You won’t want to miss the Round-up on the River!

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What better way to spend the first day of fall than by taking in a ball game? This special event was organized by Riverview HealthCARE and included our neighboring home, Prestonsburg HealthCARE. Team Riverview and team Prestonsburg met up on the baseball field for a friendly crosstown rivalry game. Elders from both homes were treated to the sights and sounds of America’s pastime. Cold drinks and hotdogs were provided for everyone. There was plenty of highlights from both teams throughout this game, but the real winners were our elders. To see their excitement and satisfaction of enjoying this friendly game was a great reminder that ALL Signature homes are playing for the same team and our elders are the MVP’s!!! Team Riverview is ready to travel if anyone else is up for the challenge.

Check out some pictures from this day at the ballpark…

Chaplain Phillip Ramey, Director of Spirituality-Riverview HealthCARE

Fall is certainly in the air at Riverview, and our elders are busy making some homemade fall crafts to decorate their home. Here’s a few pics…


The art class at Riverview has become a much anticipated time for our elders. Local artist Kalan Wells is our instructor, and she always helps our elders unleash their creativity. Check out some works of art from our latest session…


Great intergenerational programming at its best as Riverview teams with the Adams Middle School conveniently located next to our home. Each school year a group of 5th and 6th graders called “Magic Me” becomes a regular activity. This group of students are always eager to interact with our elders with room visits, crafts, and much more. Check out some pictures from a recent visit from the Magic Me kids…

Whether or not you’re from Appalachia you have still undoubtedly heard about the Hatfield/McCoy feud. It is a part of American folklore, our historical Appalachian heritage and seemingly continues to grow in popularity. Today we boarded the Riverview bus with a group of our elders and toured some of the famous sites and landmarks connected to this historic feud. There was no feudin’ on this day, just some fun and entertainment for all! Check out some pictures from this interesting event…

National Waffle Day… who knew there was such a thing? Oh well, that sounds like a good excuse to gather everyone together and make some waffles! The smell of a hot waffle iron, the fruit and toppings certainly demands your attention when you’re strolling down the streets of our Riverview community. Check out some pics from National Waffle Day…







The first ever season of the Riverview Cornhole League is now in the books. After a long season that lasted over four months, it all came down to this day. The RCL Finals were held in the dining room. There was a lot of excitement and some fierce competition. The first game was the consolation game between Patchwork Place and Misty Meadows. The match went back and forth with Patchwork Place pulling ahead at the end. Next was the championship match-up between Willow Creek and Memory Lane. This too was an intense battle, but when the dust settled Memory Lane was crowned as the first ever RCL Champions. Every participant from each neighborhood team received a medal for competing this season, and each team received a trophy to display proudly in each of their neighborhoods. Let the offseason chatter begin! Who will it be next season? I think its safe to say that everyone at Riverview was a winner with the Riverview Cornhole League!