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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 »
Most afternoons, Schaumburg resident Herb Demmel can be found outdoors clearing brush from the largest remaining remnant of Sarah's Grove woodlands, located adjacent to his home at Friendship Village.
He has been at it for 15 years, nearly since moving into the senior living community, and finally...Read More »
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 »
Five veterans, who are residents of Friendship Village in Schaumburg, will talk about their military experience on a special Memorial Day segment of Midwest Ballroom from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 28, on WDCB 90.9 FM and at wdcb.org.Read More »
It's no secret that music is universal, bridging the gap between languages, ethnicity, religions, backgrounds and generations. With this in mind, an intergenerational choir concert has been put together, featuring the voices of middle school students from Hoover Math and Science Academy in...Read More »
Friendship Village resident Kris Howard Jensen was recognized by Mayor Al Larsen at the annual Volunteer of the Year Awards Luncheon sponsored by the Village of Schaumburg. Kris was responsible for bringing the "New Life for Old Bags" program to the community and, as Jeannette Magdaleno, Friendship...Read More »
It's become a treasured tradition. Earlier this month, residents from Friendship Village of Schaumburg visited veterans at Edward Hines VA Hospital. This is the fourth consecutive year in which they have visited and they plan on making it an annual event.
Friendship Village is a continuing care...Read More »
State Rep. Michelle Mussman, D-Schaumburg, hosted her 5th annual "Hidden Gems of Our Community" recently at Friendship Village to highlight inspiring women in the community and hear their stories.
"Every year, I love having the opportunity to hear how local women overcame obstacles to get to where...Read More »
The future has descended upon senior living. Between robotic companions and competitions involving robotic devices, providers are increasingly turning to such technology to engage and care for residents—to astounding results.
Friendship Village of Schaumburg, a continuing care retirement community...Read More »
The Office of Naval Research reports that 400,000 engineers will be needed in the near future. However the U.S. has fallen from 3rd to 17th place in the world in terms of the number of college graduates in engineering programs. Addressing a dearth of young people in the U.S. pursuing careers in...Read More »
Earlier this year, a month-long fitness initiative called "Tackle the Towers" challenged residents at Friendship Village senior living in Schaumburg to walk the distance of the major buildings along the Chicago skyline. Accumulating steps on equipment in Friendship Village's two fitness centers and...Read More »
More than 1300 years were celebrated, as Friendship Village of Schaumburg honored its 13 centenarian residents at the retirement community’s 39th anniversary. “It’s becoming increasingly common for people to reach the age of 100 or more, and we have more than a dozen centenarian residents at...Read More »
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