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Celebrating 15 Years of Service!

This year, Villa Serene Assisted Living Home is celebrating fifteen years of service to the community and to its residents. During which time Villa Serene has been involved in a number of outreach programs including fundraising for charities, educational classes for residents and their families, caregivers and members of the public.

“Reaching our fifteen year anniversary is a proud moment for everyone at Villa Serene Assisted Living,” said Beata Mlacki, managing director at Villa Serene. “Our staff, residents and their loved ones are such a close knit group and that is definitely something to be celebrated.”

The sense of family, the staff and our beautiful home and grounds are what attracted many residents in the first place. Some have lived at Villa Serene for many years while others came for short term respite or rehabilitation and returned to their homes.

To commemorate the anniversary, Villa Serene will be honoring our residents, past and present during our 15th annual Holiday party later this year. Family and friends of current residents and all the wonderful residents throughout our fifteen years are welcome to attend. Please reply on the Contact us page at Invitations will be sent closer to the date.

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What the 4th of July means to me

Independence Day

The 4th of July is a truly important day in our national history.  A patriotic holiday – A memorable event – A day America declared their independence.  It tells the world who we are and what we represent. Our pride, liberty, freedom to live in peace, the pursuit of happiness and the ability to live the American Dream.

The marching bands, the “Boston Pop”, the fireworks fill me with a sense of commitment to all I hold dear. These freedoms were won at great expense. The Wars, the losses, this is the cross we wear proudly.

I do not know what the future holds for the United States. At our worst, we are misunderstood by some around the World. At our best, we stand for Freedom!

I served my country during the Korean War, proudly serving from 1950 – 1953. My memories have faded of Wartime. Though, I will never forget the sacrifice of my fallen brothers and all the Americans who lost someone during the many wars in our Nation’s history.

I hope that on this 4th of July, during the Barbeques, family events and Fireworks displays, we all take a moment to honor our Veterans, past and currently serving; our Nation, and all that it stands for, and the people who proudly call this great nation, the mighty and strong U. S of A – Home!

Barry Mehden

Ret. Sergeant First Class

United States Army

Resident at Villa Serene Assisted Living


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