Esther Morrill and June King Honored by the National Grange
Pictured are residents June King (front left) and Esther Morrill (front right) with Senator Jeanie Forrester (back left), Grange Master Omer Ahern (back middle), and Wickwas Grange Deputy Master Ida Hutchins.
Golden View resident Esther Morrill was recognized for 85 continuous years of membership to the Lower Intervale Grange on Sunday, June 7th. Esther's friend and fellow Golden View resident June King was also recognized for her 70 years of membership to the Lower Intervale Grange. Senator Jeanie Forrester, who is also a Grange member, attended the ceremony to show her support.
Congratulations, Esther and June!
"The Emotional Journey of the Alzheimer's Family" Book Discussion a Huge Hit
Pictured from left to right: Golden View CEO and Administrator Jeanne Sanders, Dr. Robert Santulli, Assistant Administrator Rosemary Simino, and Director of Resident and Community Relations Frank Vignand.
Golden View's Main Lounge was packed with visitors June 9th for a discussion and presentation by Dr. Robert Santulli on his new book "The Emotional Journey of the Alzheimer's Family," which he cowrote with Dr. Kesstan Blandin based on their clinical work. Dr. Santulli, who preceded Dr. Sandeep Sobti as Golden View's consulting gero-psychiatrist for many years, offered tips and advice to family members of people with Alzheimer's and other memory loss disorders.
Dr. Santulli is currently an Honorary Associate Professor at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and is the former Director of Geriatric Psychiatry and the Dartmouth Memory Clinic at Dartmouth
Thank you, Dr. Santulli!
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Please Join Our Assisted Living Residents for an Art Talk on NH People and Placesby the Currier Museum
You're invited to join us for a fascinating look at the intersection of New Hampshire history and the history of American art on July 14 from 2-3 pm in The Terrace at Golden View. This lecture focuses on works in the Currier’s collection by New Hampshire-based artists, or artists who have some connection to the region, from the colonial period through present day. Highlights will include nineteenth-century White Mountains paintings, American Impressionism from the Seacoast, and works from modern and contemporary art of the 20th and 21st centuries. This event is sponsored by The Bank of NH.Light refreshments will be provided. Seating is limited, so please call 279-8111 ext. 4194 or email email@example.com to RSVP.