Seniors and staff watch the solar eclipse with safety glasses.

April Activities

April means spring has sprung – and there certainly was perfect spring weather when folks watched the solar eclipse. What an amazing phenomenon! Everyone was pleased to welcome Highland High School student Chloe, who shared information from her senior project on the importance of pollinators. Our furry, four-legged friends came for a visit, there were…

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CrestRidge ladies enjoy an Easter worship service

March Activities

March started off with CrestRidge exhibiting 7th and 8th grade students’ artwork entered in the Helen Farnsworth Mears Art Contest. Joe Fahey from Travels, Traditions & Tales in Madison gave an interesting presentation about Ireland and brought Irish Soda Bread for sampling. There was a lovely pre-Easter service by Pastor Kennedy and some members from…

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Resident Ruth and her family played a rousing game of cards in February

February Activities

In January folks made some tie blankets, and in February they were donated to trainer Kelly and her therapy dog, Mocha, from Mayhem to Manners Dog Training in Dodgeville. It was fun to get to know Kelly and Mocha! To celebrate Valentine’s Day, Crooner Russ serenaded everyone with old love songs, and his sweet four-legged…

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The Mineral Point High School Choir entertains folks at CrestRidge.

January Activities

A new year is underway! January started off with a New Year’s Eve Party with special music, reminiscing and looking ahead to making new memories. Folks put their creative skills to work, making some pretty Valentine decorations for their doors and cozy tie blankets to donate to the Iowa County Humane Society. A big thank…

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December Activities

What a month December was! There were so many wonderful activities to help folks celebrate Christmas! The month started with a bus trip to sister residence Meadows Assisted Living in Spring Green for a “Christmas at Balmoral” presentation. Folks also rang bells for The Salvation Army, tapped their toes to great entertainers, snuggled with our…

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