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“Before I was thinking seriously about moving to a community, I attended a Plymouth Village resident roundtable event. I got to hear about the benefits of living here and see what a friendly group of people this is. I’m so glad I came to that event. It’s such a wonderful neighborhood. It really is like one big family.”
“I’ve started a lot of new activities since moving here, but I’ve also found that some of the things I’ve always done—like health and fitness activities—have been enhanced. There are so many opportunities to get to know the wonderful people here, from games and events to resident committees. Friendliness galore!”
“Since moving to Plymouth Village, I’ve enjoyed the community’s history group and the Redlands history class at the library. I appreciate good music, so I love to sing and attend the Redlands Symphony. We have a lot of options and things are very flexible here.”
“We originally wanted to stay in Orange County, but our friends who lived at Plymouth Village encouraged us to come for a visit. When we saw the campus and its single-story residences and met the friendly people, we knew we wanted to live here. When my husband moved from our residence into The Village skilled nursing, it was convenient for me to visit him any time without leaving campus. I’m so glad we chose Plymouth Village.”
“As a single person, I knew I didn’t want to put a burden on my children if I ever became ill. Plymouth Village gives me that peace of mind knowing that my health care is taken care of, if I ever need it. Plus, I get to do things I enjoy, like woodworking and baking cookies and bread for my neighbors. Plymouth Village is definitely the place for me.”
“I’ve gotten to meet so many interesting people since moving here. I see them at the Plymouth Village church service every Sunday, at the community library where I volunteer and in the dining room. So I get all the social opportunities here, and I’m also close to my children who I still see on a regular basis. It’s a great life here.”
Plymouth Village’s lifestyle is designed for those who like to live at their own pace, surrounded by great people and engaging opportunities. Living well is at the heart of everything we do. With so much available both in our community and in the surrounding Redlands community, the possibilities are endless.
Stop the Bleed Class
Join us for a free Stop the Bleed Class hosted by the San Bernardino County VOAD. Stop the Bleed cultivates efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives. Saturday, March 31 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. www.sbcovoadstopthebleed.eventbrite.com
Open House at The Grove
Come join us on Thursday, April 5 from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. for the grand re-opening celebration of our memory care space, The Grove. And learn about our personal, resident-centered philosophy on dementia care. Guests can look forward to live entertainment, gourmet hors d’oeuvres prepared by our culinary team, and a fine selection of wine and beer. RSVP by calling (909) 793-9195.
Grilled Marinated London Broil
Cheese Enchiladas with Salsa Roja
Banana Pudding with Vanilla Wafers
Chicken and Dumplings
Spanish Style Paella
Fresh Yellow Squash
Fresh Fruit Tarts
Chicken Cordon Bleu
Grilled Tilapia with Lemon and Butter Sauce
Parsley Boiled Potatoes
Steamed Green Beans
Fresh Buttered Beets
Raspberry Chocolate Bars
Chef Steven has been at Plymouth Village for 12 years. He started in the community as a dishwasher while in high school and worked his way up.
Take a look at all these activities to help you enrich your mind, body, and soul.
We offer a full range of living options in one tight-knit community.
October 9, 2017
May 5, 2017