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On January 19th, Friendship Village honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, through a day of service. “Dr. King’s life was dedicated to helping others and in his memory we will serve the hungry of the Northwest suburbs,” said Jeannette Magdaleno, lifelong learning and volunteer coordinator...Read More »
Friendship Village and Hoover Math and Science Academy, both of Schaumburg, have a long-standing and mutually beneficial relationship. For years, seniors from Friendship Village have visited and helped out as teachers' aides in the Hoover classrooms.
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Candle-lit trees, Shirley Temple, Lionel Trains, bubble lights… and beautiful music of the season.The award-winning Schaumburg Youth Symphony Orchestra celebrates the holidays of yesteryear with "Auld Lang Syne," its 15th annual Presto! Holiday Concert on Saturday, December 20 at 3:30 pm and 7:30...Read More »
As a gunner's mate in the U.S. Navy, Morris Barton served aboard the Lady Luck, a landing craft support ship, in the Battle of Okinawa during World War II.
Judging from the festivities held in his honor Sunday, lady luck has been with Barton ever since.
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The holidays are a special time of year and one that is treasured at Friendship Village Schaumburg. It is observed however, with sensitivity to the fact that older adults have, not only diverse traditions, but also different sentiments. "The holiday season always brings mixed emotions in a...Read More »
Friendship Village Schaumburg has held a blessing event for its new, associates' skills lab which it introduced earlier this month. Friendship Village is now the only continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Illinois to have a comprehensive skills lab on site.
The skills lab, which was...Read More »
If Kathryn Marwitz is any indication, 104 is the new 80. The centenarian is the oldest resident of Friendship Village of Schaumburg, but technicalities aside, she's got the energy, vim and vigor of someone decades younger.
"She's busy. Whenever I see her she's on the go," says Areta Rogers,...Read More »
"I am using the Michelin Star rating as my standard with the objective of earning the equivalent of their highest rating. This indicates an exceptional cuisine and great services," said Chef Shae general manager of dining services for Friendship Village. Chef Shae, who joined Friendship Village...Read More »
Friendship Village of Schaumburg is proud to introduce our new logo. “This creates a contemporary marketing presence and visually solidifies the relationship between Friendship Village and its parent organization, Friendship Senior Options,” said Stephen A. Yenchek, president and CEO of...Read More »
It's back-to-back home runs as Friendship Village of Schaumburg and members of Schaumburg Boomers enjoy their second summer together. In a win-win relationship between the two community-oriented organizations, Friendship Village is hosting two members of the professional baseball team for the...Read More »
Four exceptional graduating high school seniors graciously accepted their scholarships awarded by Friendship Senior Options Foundation at special ceremonies this past month. Rachel Mathys of Elburn, Dhrumil Shah of Hoffman Estates, Hilary Dunn of South Elgin and Jaimie Navid of St. Charles each...Read More »
Residents of Friendship Village have earned some distinguished bragging rights. On Thursday, May 29th, eight individuals, ages 76-86, became the oldest people to scale the rock climbing walls at Lifetime Fitness in Schaumburg. "I didn't tell my kids that I was doing this today. They would have...Read More »
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