Sunday, June 28, 2015

The Homeplace at Midway holds an open house

Christian Care Communities held an open house today for The Homeplace at Midway, the new senior-living community across from Midway College on East Stephens Street (or Weisenberger Mill Road). Above, a CCC employee waits to guide visitors to the cottages. Below, the dining area of a nursing cottage was a place to gather, eat, drink and admire the interior design and architecture.

Below, Frankie Fisher, 94, greeted visitors in her apartment at the assisted-living cottage. She said that she "cried the first two days" at The Homeplace because she missed her home on Gratz Street, but Homeplace staff members are "so nice" she has decided to stay.

Sandra Leach and her husband Louie, of Versailles, talked with Sharon Turner, right, about the availability of various types of housing. Turner, who was on the Midway City Council from 2007 through 2014, was one of the leaders of the Midway Nursing Home Task Force, which worked for 16 years to bring such a facility to Midway. Below, a living area in one of the cottages.

Below are the administrative cottage and the Lucy Simms Lloyd Gathering House for special events.

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