Ground Broken and Ribbon Cut at New Facility

By Jayne Ann Bugda |

Published 04/23 2014 12:23PM

Updated 04/23 2014 12:26PM

The Central PA Chamber of Commerce held a ground breaking/ribbon cutting ceremony on Good Friday to commemorate the ground breaking or more appropriately the kick-off of a new project Heritage Springs Memory Care located at 327 Farley Circle in Lewisburg.

Good Friday for the Christian faith is Gods promise to us of a new beginning. Spring has arrived and along with it, delivers its promise of a new birth of nature. Participants gathered to witness the birth of something uniquely special, for a very unique and special need, and to deliver the promise of Heritage Springs Memory Care to provide the very best care possible for the elderly community suffering from a terrible disease.

Five years ago a life-long mission to the care of the elderly, specifically those suffering from memory impairments became a dream. A dream became an idea. An idea became a proposal, and that proposal with the help of T-Ross Brothers Construction, and partners Todd Ross, Tom Ross and Chris Helmrich has become a reality.
Heritage Springs will offer short or respite stays to persons with dementia to give other caregivers a break, partnerships with families to enable family members to live to their fullest potential, and a secure environment where residents have the freedom to walk within an enclosed courtyard.

The community will feature a main and private dining room, living room with fireplace, on premises beauty salon, and other features to enhance the lives of residents.

Heritage Springs will be taking reservations in August. Call 570-854-5885 or 570-274-4810 for more information

(Information from  Bruce T. Smith, Jr
President & CEO
Central PA Chamber of Commerce)

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