Rich in Friendship
Claire Mansfield, one of our wonderful residents at Scotia Village, may never have a millionaire salary as a retired teacher, but she's still living a million-dollar retirement that surrounded by friends she loves.
Letter from the Executive Director - Allen Johnson (Spring 2017)
Renovations and ribbon cutting – The renovations that began in 2015, to create a homelike environment for residents in Healthcare, and the new Activities Center in Skilled Nursing are now complete. On February 8, with the help of the Laurinburg Chamber of Commerce, we held a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony for the new spaces. The ceremony was followed by guided tours of the...
Letter from the Executive Director - Allen Johnson (Summer 2016)
Households in Health Care – We are in the final stages of the Health Care renovation and anticipate that all construction will be completed this summer. When the renovations are complete, we will have four new households: Light House, Farm House, Club House and the Urban House.
Letter from the Executive Director - Allen Johnson (Winter 2016)
Progress with renovations – Work in the Lighthouse Household is complete and residents, family, and staff are enjoying the new spaces.
Clarell Litchford receives award from LeadingAge NC
Clarell Litchford, Executive Director of Scotia Village, was presented with the Career Excellence Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 59th Annual LeadingAge NC Spring Conference held at Pinehurst Resort earlier this week. This is LeadingAge NC’s highest award and is presented to a distinguished employee of a member community who has demonstrated exemplary leadership. Additionally, the...
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