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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!
There’s no better way to spend a beautiful summer day than with a picnic at the lake. The temperature felt more like early fall than late summer, which made for a very enjoyable day. We had a cook-out, cornhole, fishin’, and much more!
Tracey Hedrick-Hamilton is a resident of Johnson County. She is married with two beautiful children, Will and Alyssa. Tracey graduated from Frontier Nursing University with a 4.0 GPA and was awarded a Masters of Science in Nursing/Nursing Practitioner degree. She passed her National NP Certification with AANP in July, 2015. Tracey is also a member of the Auxier Free Will Baptist Church. We would like to welcome Tracey as the newest member of our Riverview family.
Signature HealthCARE is proud to once again be named to Modern Healthcare’s list of “Best Places to Work in Healthcare!” Only 100 nominees make the list each year and this is the fourth time Signature HealthCARE has been named to the list! The ranked order of nominees will be revealed in October.
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“What’s something you really enjoy that you’ve not done in a while?” one of our elders was asked.
“It’s been a long time since I had some homemade biscuits and apple butter,” he replied.
That’s how it all started. Check out some pictures of our elders enjoying hot biscuits, homemade apple butter, strawberry jam, and molasses compliments of our Patchwork Place neighborhood. This simple pleasure was an instant success!
On Saturday, August 15 Riverview HealthCARE held their 2nd annual Blackcat Run 5K. The name of the run comes from the team name of our community high school, the Prestonsburg Blackcats. This event is held as a kick-off to the high school football season. The community turned out dressed in their Blackcats apparel and gathered at the football field. The event began with pre-race instructions and prayer from Chaplain Phillip Ramey. The runners then gathered on the track for the start of the race. The participants began with a lap around the track, then exited the field to run through the streets of downtown Prestonsburg with many spectators cheering them on. The 3.1 mile coarse ended back at the football field with a final lap around the track. Each runner was awarded a custom made Riverview Blackcat Run finisher medal as they crossed the finish line. After the race was the awards ceremony. The top 3 overall male and female finisher received a trophy in addition to the medal they already received. The excitement grew even more after the awards ceremony as a drawing was held for door prizes donated by area businesses that included everything from gift cards, to tools, and even a flatscreen tv. Everyone in attendance was treated to free food and drinks as we fired up the grill for a tailgate party. What a great event for the whole community. All proceeds from this event will be used to buy Christmas gifts for all of our elders at Riverview. Planning has already begun for next year’s event.
A group of elders and care partners made the journey from Riverview to Winchester on Thursday, August 6th. Team Riverview competed hard. It was a day full of fun and excitement. When all was said and done, one of our elders, Eleanor, came home with three silver medals!
“You never get too old to enjoy life,” said a 91-year-old Signature resident who traveled to Panama City Beach, Fla. earlier this year, the fourth consecutive year Signature has taken groups of residents on vacation. Check out the video above for highlights from the trip, and be sure to click the links below for additional coverage.
It’s playoff time at Riverview as the inaugural season of the Riverview Cornhole League is winding down. The four teams that represent our four EDEN neighborhoods have competed against each other since the beginning of RCL season in early April. Today, the playoffs took place in our dining room and the competition was fierce. The first ever Riverview Cornhole League Champion will be decided when today’s winners meet again in a few weeks.
The best little café in Prestonsburg is located inside our Riverview HealthCARE community. The Mugg-Z Café is not just a place for our elders and stakeholders to enjoy a delicious lunch, snack, or cup of coffee. It’s also open to the community. Stop in today for our daily lunch special.