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Felines Take the Stage at SGV

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

Students from neighboring Blessed Trinity High School recently performed excerpts from their stage production of Cats, the Musical for the St. George Village community. The talented performers wore their full costumes and treated the audience to an afternoon of fabulous song and dance. St. George Village and Blessed Trinity often partner together for community service […]

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Not for Squares

Not for Squares!

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

Fifth graders from Queen of Angels Elementary School recently came to St. George Village to show off their square dancing skills. With a square dance video playing in the background, the enthusiastic and energetic students dazzled their audience with promenades and do-si-dos! A good time was had by all. Thanks for the fun, Queen of […]

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In Honor of Those Who Served Our Country

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

Every year in observance of Memorial Day, the front lawn of St. George Village is filled with American flags. The flags honor all of the brave men and women in our nation’s service who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect and preserve our freedom. The flags, kindly donated by Roswell Funeral Home, are also part […]

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Honoring Our Veterans

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

St. George Village members and staff gathered for a special Veterans Day ceremony on November 11. Rev. Larry Robert of Vitas Hospice led the service, and SGV’s Villagers choral group sang all of the songs representing each branch of the U.S. Military. Flags were raised by the Roswell High School Color Guard, and Adam Christian […]

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Visiting Georgia’s Supreme Court

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

A group of St. George Village residents recently experienced a very interesting visit to the Supreme Court of Georgia. Therese (Tee) Barnes, Supreme Court Clerk and daughter of St. George Village resident Mildred Stiffler, arranged the tour, which included viewing a court video in the courtroom and a visit with Presiding Justice P. Harris Hines […]

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Protecting Yourself And Your Nest Egg

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

While seniors are often targeted by scammers, there are ways you can protect yourself and those you care about. New fraud schemes emerge constantly and the scammers are relentlessly creative. Seniors may get official-sounding e-mails seeking a fee for a bogus service or collecting an “inheritance.” Homeowners are targeted with phony service calls. In one […]

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Heart-Healthy Habits Every Man Should Adopt

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

More than 300,000 men die each year from heart disease in the United States, making it the leading cause of death for men. Unfortunately, half of the men who die suddenly from this disease have no previous symptoms. High blood pressure is the top contributor to heart disease and death. Research shows 25 percent of […]

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Winters Beauty

Winter’s Beauty

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

“He who marvels at the beauty of the world in summer will find equal cause for wonder and admiration in winter.” — John Burroughs It’s a beautiful winter at St. George Village. Here’s a photo of our lovely gazebo and lake on a recent snowy December day here in Georgia. It’s like a picture perfect […]

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We Love Savannah

We Love Savannah!

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

At St. George Village, we enjoy exploring places, near and far. Recently, some of our members put on their traveling shoes and headed for Savannah, Ga., one of the the beautiful and historic cities in America. There, they visited many popular attractions of this coastal city, including Forsyth Park. Forsyth Park, which covers 30 acres […]

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Whirligig Wizard

Whirligig Wizard

By St. George Village | October 9, 2019

This fanciful whirligig was created by Harold Tinley, one of our residents. Harold, who is vision impaired, designed the spinning garden ornament and completed it in our woodworking shop with the assistance of our Director of Plant Operations Frank Wooten and his maintenance team. The wind-powered whirligig, which is installed on the path near the […]

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