Join us on four Tuesdays in October (dates below) from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at Seabury at Friendship Terrace for Common Threads. Common Threads is an intergenerational worship series based on life stories, and is open to all ages. For more information about Common Threads contact Billy Kluttz at email@example.com.
With the intensity and speed at which Pat, resident at Springvale Terrace, deals the cards, calls out the other players wagers, and collects the pennies after the hand one would think she was a professional dealer at the MGM Grand and not just a regular at the Springvale Terrace Pitty Pat Club “house.” Today’s “victims,” as she so kindly puts it, are fellow residents Ruth, Harriet, and Virginia. Virginia is the club’s longest member having lived at Springvale Terrace for 8 ye
Seabury Resources for Aging is proud to recognize Board Member Paula Singleton who was honored at the 49th National Episcopal Church Women Triennial Meeting with the Distinguished Women Award for outstanding ministries and lasting contributions to the Church and community. Seabury Resources for Aging is privileged and proud to count Paula Singleton as a Board member and we congratulate her on this much deserved honor. Ms. Singleton was recognized on July 8, 2018 in conjunctio
Robert Ratchford loves movies. He likes all types of movies but has a special place in his heart for action movies. As he sits at the Seabury’s Home First® Residences living room surrounded by hundreds of DVDs a western movie is on the TV in the background. Robert is generally a private person and shares that no one has really asked about his life before today. Besides movies he enjoys time with his daughters, watching the Washington Football team, and reading the newspaper
Every morning Carla Rawlings wakes up and knows that multiple missions await her. She is a licensed social worker and a Seabury Resources for Aging Care Manager. She is also one of Seabury’s superheroes! A Seabury care manager wears multiple hats and plays a variety of roles in the lives of clients. Carla helps her clients navigate programs including Medicare and Veterans’ benefits. She helps families when a client is suddenly hospitalized and ensures that they are prepared w
John Anagnost, 87, proved that it’s never too late to live out your dream. John’s experience with the St. Louis Cardinals was recently highlighted by ESPN Senior Writer John Wulf. At 87 John made his debut with the St. Louis Cardinals with their “Cooperstown Fantasy Camp” team. Major League Baseball Fantasy Camps are a common promotional experience used by Baseball teams to allow their fans a chance to live out a common dream - to play baseball on a professional field with o