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Sep 28, 2016
Maegan Jong has learned at a very young age about "the importance and beauty of sharing and learning." The 15-year old resident of Palatine spent the summer teaching Mandarin to residents of Friendship Village in Schaumburg.
Maegan, who is a sophomore at William Fremd High School explained that...Read More »
Sep 18, 2016
Friendship Village’s 9th Annual Silver Games were the most successful to date, drawing approximately 400 participants competing in almost 30 different events over the course of five days. The event features friendly competition for individuals ages 62 and over to encourage exercise of both the...Read More »
Sep 07, 2016
They danced, sang and strutted their stuff as residents of Friendship Village participated in the community's annual talent show.
"I am constantly amazed at the talent of many of our residents. Some of them have professional vocal and instrumental experience, and are so generous is sharing it...Read More »
Aug 28, 2016
“I’m not a garb girl,” said Rev. Caryn Baham, new chaplain at Friendship Village. Replacing Chaplain Richard Oas, who retired after 12 years of service at Friendship Village, Chaplain Caryn is not one to wear clerical robes or stoles. Nor is she one to preach, proselytize or try to change minds....Read More »
Aug 23, 2016
He still works, fishes, plays tennis and swims. New to his repertoire however are working out, rock climbing, iFly indoor skydiving and Wii bowling. Allan Dalgleish, affectionately known as Big Al, moved to Friendship Village Schaumburg four years ago, and is using his free time to enjoy long...Read More »
Aug 02, 2016
In the spirit of Hero Week at Friendship Village, our residents volunteered at Feed My Starving Children on Wednesday, July 27th. Together with other volunteers, we packed 99 boxes of food. This will provide 21,384 meals to children in Haiti who would suffer from hunger and malnutrition if not for...Read More »
Jul 22, 2016
Sparkle, Shimmer and Dazzle Woman’s super power is helping to make the world a more beautiful place.
Greek Goddess, Dancing Queen, Star Man, Bright Hope Lady… These are but a few of the names of a group of superheroes in the western suburbs, empowered to have a tremendous positive impact on those...Read More »
Jul 13, 2016
“Volunteer work and ‘giving back’ to the community is so important and such an integral part of the lives of so many of our residents,” said Jeannette Magdaleno, manager of lifelong learning and volunteers for Friendship Village. With the spirit of philanthropy in mind, Magdaleno has planned two...Read More »
Jul 12, 2016
Friendship Senior Options Foundation has awarded scholarships to five outstanding graduating high school seniors. Madison Astling and Jessica Kock, both from Batavia High School, and Margarita Ramirez from Schaumburg High School received Associate Scholarships, meaning that they work at GreenFields...Read More »
Jun 23, 2016
It was a celebration of all things American as Friendship Village held its annual Amerifest. The event, which has become a favorite of the residents of the retirement community, paid adage to times gone by, with entertainment, games, food and more.
Amerifest began with a country fair-style buffet...Read More »
Jun 15, 2016
Making baseball history, Velma Robinson of Friendship Village has been appointed an honorary player for the Schaumburg Boomers baseball team. The octogenarian, who is a resident of Friendship Village, spent a day practicing with the team last week, showing off her impressive on-the-field prowess....Read More »
Jun 07, 2016
On May 23rd, Friendship Village resident Herb Demmel was presented with a Conservation@Home certification by the Barrington Area Conservation Trust (BACT). The certification recognizes the efforts of Herb, and Friendship Village’s support of a remnant of property known as Sarah’s Grove. Friendship...Read More »
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