Margaret Ann Bishop was born in Corning, Arkansas, in June 1921. Her father spent his career in banking, eventually earning the title of President of Corning Bank. Her mother, a homemaker, spent her time looking after their only child. Margaret Ann loved being an only child and was very spoiled!… Read More
Marketing Director Sarah Marr is one of the first faces you see when considering Ardenwoods Retirement Community. Sometimes she gives presentations to large groups.
Now that we are officially in the middle of the holiday season, it is time to enjoy all of your holiday traditions! At Ardenwoods, you can continue to host your family with a number of different amenities and services. Below are three ways you can continue to enjoy your time-honored traditions while living at Ardenwoods!
It’s no surprise that the seniors at Ardenwoods Retirement Community enjoy staying connected by way of ever-changing technology. Most residents have smart phones and enjoy using them for texting as well as photography. A few will even admit that they play games on occasion.
We sat down with a group who wanted to take more pictures with their phones. They were proficient in the general use of the camera app but a few wanted to get a refresher. They take lots of beautiful photos and we hope they’ll even sign up for Instagram. In the meantime, though, we decided to put together a very simple guide for senior who would like to take photos with their smart phones.
Up Close and Personal with Lillian Meiggs
On the way to workout room? Be sure to take some time to visit the beautiful photographs taken by Lillian Meiggs. She likes to use her ipad to get very close to the beautiful flora in our area. That’s why she titled her exhibit Up Close and Personal. The “up close” is clear, but the “personal” is the direct way this lady approaches her craft. And this craft is not limited to photography.
We visited her apartment to get to know her a little better.