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Forty years ago, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs founded Apple Computer; Fidel Castro became president of Cuba and Barry Manilow recorded his #1 hit, “I Write the Songs”. But most notably for the Schaumburg community, Friendship Village, one of the first and largest senior living communities in Illinois, opened it doors to seniors. In a spirited celebration on January 17th, residents from all levels of care participated in the festivities. Guests heard comments by board chairmen, Larry Shoemake and Kathy Rivera, Stephen Yenchek, CEO and Steve Maag, director of Residential Communities for the national organization, Leading Age. The many centenarians living at the community were individually recognized and videos with resident comments entertained the audience. Afterwards, residents mingled with dignitaries, board members and fellow residents as they savored delicious appetizers and cocktails.

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