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Aberdeen Residents Share Views from Their Balconies and Patios

What started as a simple photo-sharing idea from Courtney Bruns has blossomed into a beautiful slideshow with music.
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August 4, 2020

Residents produce music video to show appreciation for staff

The coronavirus pandemic might have given the world a bushel of lemons, but the staff and residents at Aberdeen Heights have used their community’s resources to make enough lemonade to share. Blessed with several talented musicians among our community’s staff and residents, an idea began to grow of how to leverage those skills into something fun and exciting for everyone. “I saw it on the local news channel a few months ago, when COVID started,” said Susan Press, Independent...
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July 26, 2020

Cards For Soldiers Project

We recently created sixty greeting cards in two workshops at Aberdeen Heights. The cards will be sent to a nonprofit organization, Cards For Soldiers, to be distributed to deployed soldiers. Each soldier will receive a package with one “Thank You” card for them plus four decorated, but blank, cards that they may send to family or friends in the USA.The workshops provided a service opportunity for our residents to use their time, talents, creativity, and resources for others.
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July 21, 2020

Longtime love of music keeps choir director singing

The sounds of Christmas filled The Glen during a December performance by the Aberdeen Heights Choir. The lineup included a number of classic choral pieces, including “’Twas the Night before Christmas,” “Candlelight Carol” and an arrangement of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”Director Elizabeth Beattie scaled down the 36-member choir to 30 voices in order to accommodate the performance space. Throughout the year, choir members attend regular hour-long ...
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January 15, 2020

Adventures abound when a penguin gets cold feet

If the idea of a penguin getting cold feet doesn’t make sense to you, then you haven’t read the children’s book written by Carole Beere and illustrated by Pat Neilson.The duo visited Aberdeen Heights to share their collaboration The Penguin Had Cold Feet. The story follows the adventures of Markus, a baby emperor penguin. Moments after hatching, Markus announces his feet are cold.
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December 5, 2019
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