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Amazing teamwork experience to see the "army" of staff and volunteers who successfully take our residents on excursions. Loading and unloading people, chairs and walkers is a feat and teammates are to be commended for their planning. Today's trip to the Rockingham County Fair was a fun outing for 20 residents and included highlights of entertainment by Rodger the Rodeo Clown, visits with beauty queens, wonderful exhibits and lunch at the chicken shack, ...

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Have you been to this year's Rockingham County Fair? Active duty/retired/veterans receive FREE gate admission. Ticket/wristband specials every day. Parking is FREE. Go have fun! ...

Just a few scenes from opening day . . . Smiles all around!

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Are you missing Cottage Gifts? It won't be long until we are open again. Fun things are going on in there, and buyer Jan Flora is excited every day with the new items that will be on sale when the shop opens up again. Stay tuned for our Grand opening date. We WILL be open in time for fall and holiday buying. ...

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THEY DID IT! Starting clean - BRC team members joined in the cause to support our Nation's military personnel who suffer injuries of the mind, body, or soul. Proceeds from the Dayton Muddler Sat. event will allow military personnel to visit Boulder Crest Retreat in Loudoun County, VA.

Finish line photo - Not clean, but triumphant. Teamwork makes the dream work! Thanks for representing us well and giving back to our community in a great way!
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The Grove at Bridgewater Retirement Community invites you to come see the future of independent living. Please join us to learn, ask questions, and find out how you can be a part of this exciting new opportunity. Meeting will be held in the Houff Community Center, Alexander Mack A & B rooms. Space is limited for these events, so please RSVP by calling 540.828.2550 or 800.419.9129, or email reserve2day@BRCliving.org. ...

Invitation to View The Grove

August 9, 2017, 2:00pm - August 9, 2017, 3:00pm

The Grove at Bridgewater Retirement Community invites you to come see the future of independent living. Please join us to learn, ask questions, and find out how you can be a part of this exciting new opportunity. Meeting will be held in the Houff Community Center, Alexander Mack A & B rooms. Space is limited for these events, so please RSVP by calling 540.828.2550 or 800.419.9129, or email reserve2day@BRCliving.org.

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From the Blog

Nutrition Labels Changing next year… Watch the national news. So, who knew that an occasional Snickers bar is really two sneaky bars in one wrapper?  Don’t believe it? Look at the portion size listed on the wrapper, and when you “eat the whole thing” multiply the calories by two. Yipes!  And a bigger insult, a... Read more »

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On June 13th, 2017,  Bridgewater Retirement Community hosted an exclusive dinner for future residents of The Grove & their friends to “Celebrate Something New”. The dinner was held at The Meeting House at Bluestone Vineyard. Future residents enjoyed an amazing four-course meal prepared especially for them by Chef Raquel Williams and her catering team. Future... Read more »

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Reservation Incentives Available at The Grove  Reserve one of the first 24 apartments at The Grove and select one of the following incentives FREE: ·       2 FREE months of your Monthly Service Fee ·       $5,000 worth of upgrades to your new home (flooring, appliances) ·       Transitions Package: Take the stress out of the transition to your... Read more »

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Calling All SUPERHEROES! Bridgewater Retirement Community’s 2017 Junior Volunteer Program is accepting applicants. Use your time this summer to make an Impact! Be a HERO! ✓ Are you age 12-18? ✓ Do you want to learn more about the health care field? ✓ Do you want to make a difference in your community? ✓ Are you... Read more »

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A national survey of 1,000 persons by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate found that 57 percent of boomers plan to leave their current homes when they retire. But nearly three-quarters of boomers, 72 percent, say they will retire in the state where they currently live. “For me, I think retirement is the change in... Read more »

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