A Generation of Growth
Through our Generation of Growth campaign, we’re building two new beautiful campuses and upgrading our existing communities to enhance the lives of our residents and better serve this area.
At the Village at Anthony Boulevard, Assembly Hall will become a comprehensive Wellness Center with space for new equipment. The main lobby will be transformed into a multipurpose Family Activity Center.
A warm and inviting Family Welcome Center with great-room ambiance will be created in the entrance area. Features include a bistro, window seats, and family dining room with french doors.
(1) The Village at Anthony Boulevard, (2) The Village at Pine Valley, and (3) The Village at Kendallville.Click here to enlarge the map.
Through our Generation of Growth campaign, we’re reaching out to an ever-expanding Lutheran community and residents of all faiths. Our goal is to expand and to strengthen our more-than-80-year-old mission to faithfully serve older adults and their families.
As part of this growth initiative, we’ve recently opened the Village at Pine Valley, a beautiful new rehabilitation and skilled-nursing community at 9802 Coldwater Road on Fort Wayne’s north side.
While we believe this growth is essential to the long-term health of Lutheran Life Villages, we’re not forgetting our heritage, our roots. So, we’re also turning our attention to our Village at Anthony Boulevard, where we’re investing $650,000 to further enhance quality living for those who call it home.
Strengthening the Founding Roots
Our $650,000 “Extreme Home Makeover” at the Village at Anthony Boulevard includes upgrades in several areas:
Independent Living—There will be complete renovations of the common areas on the remaining three-and-a-half floors. A warm and inviting family welcome center with great-room ambiance will be created in the entrance area and include a bistro, window seats, and family dining room with french doors.
Senior Assisted Living and Health Center—Assembly Hall will become a comprehensive wellness center with additional space for new equipment. The main lobby will be transformed into a multipurpose family activity center for special gatherings. New flooring, fans, and furniture will help provide a warm welcome in the main entrance patio. Dining room upgrades will include additional private sitting areas, new furniture, lighting, and other aesthetic touches. The connecting outdoor porch will be renovated. Courtyard 3 will receive a facelift, and a pavilion will be added. The bathing facilities will be converted into six new “spa-like” private-care areas.
Again, improvements to the Village at Anthony Boulevard are just the beginning in our Generation of Growth campaign. We’re also planning a host of upgrades to enhance the lives of residents at the Village at Kendallville.
We hope you’ll join us in our Generation of Growth campaign—as a financial supporter—and as a resident on one of current or future campuses.
For more information about our Generation of Growth campaign, contact Tim Imler, executive director of the Lutheran Life Villages Foundation, at (260) 447-1591, ext. 2149, or email@example.com.