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The First 100 Years Are the Hardest

The First 100 Years Are the Hardest!

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

St. George Village recently hosted a Neighborhood Celebration, at which guests were treated to a very special presentation by SGV resident Mary Shern. Mary is the author of several books, including a novel, an autobiography and some real estate guides gleaned from her years of experience as a real estate broker. Not one to rest […]

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The Empowerment of Restored Hearing

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

Audrey Hall says that her children are to thank for her ability to hear these days. “The kids were wonderful — they made me do it!” she laughs. But Audrey has no regrets when she talkes about the hearing devices that allow her to once again actively participate in the world around her. Audrey found […]

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Technology Classes

Technology Classes Keep Seniors Engaged and Connected

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

BlueHair Technology Group is on a mission! Their goal is to educate seniors about current technology and how to connect and communicate with family and friends through email, games, video chat, Facebook, etc., on devices like iPads and smartphones. St. George Village is pleased to offer a variety of classes taught by BlueHair Technology founder […]

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Tech-Savvy Seniors

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

It’s never too late in life to learn and make new discoveries, especially when it comes to technology and all the new gadgets on the market today. Residents of St. George Village senior living life care community are proving this true, using desktop and laptop computers, smartphones and tablets. Six SGV residents recently enrolled in […]

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Take Steps to Stay Healthy

Take Steps to Stay Healthy…No Matter What Your Age!

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

When it comes to good health, St. George Village resident Helen Paris is a walking advertisement for the power of proper nutrition and exercise. The vibrant 93 year old — an SGV charter resident who still resides in independent living — says she is a firm believer in taking steps to stay healthy, no matter […]

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Take Me Out to the Ball Game!

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

St. George Village residents turned out to cheer on the Gwinnett Braves in their game against the Norfolk Tides on July 11, 2013. The outing was one of SGV’s Thursday trips — organized day travels to fun and interesting sites and events around the north Georgia area. (By the way, the G-Braves bested the Tides […]

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Squirrel-Proof Your Birdfeeder

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

Squirrels. They’re tenacious, ingenious creatures, especially when it comes to figuring out how to rob your birdfeeder of its seeds. At St. George Village, we have our share of these fluffy-tailed gymnasts, but we love feeding our feathered friends and want them to have their share of seeds, especially in the wintertime. If your heart […]

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Skyline Viewing

Skyline Viewing and Sippable Orange Creamsicles

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

A group of intrepid St. George Villagers recently ventured south to Centennial Park in Atlanta to take a ride on the SkyView Ferris Wheel. Towering nearly 20 stories above the Park, the SkyView Ferris wheel features 42 climate-controlled gondolas that hold up to six people. Guests are treated to breathtaking panoramic views of downtown Atlanta […]

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SGV Goes Hawaiian!

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

On October 9, St. George Village residents and family members dined and danced the night away at a Hawaiian Luau. Guests were welcomed with leis and a warm “Aloha!” before enjoying Mai Tais during Hawaiian Happy Hour. The Hawaiian dinner buffet was followed by a performance of traditional hula dancing by representatives from the Kele’s […]

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Retirement Communities Help Preserve Independence

By St. George Village | October 10, 2019

When a person experiences the problems that often come with advanced age, such as decreased vision or limited mobility, the most critical question becomes “How can I continue to live safely, yet maintain my independence?” Many people believe that choosing to move to a retirement community signals the demise of their independence. But here at […]

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