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We are excited to share The Grove, the next generation of independent living lifestyles at Bridgewater Retirement Community! We invite you to learn more about The Grove at our informational session on April 24th at 2pm.

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We are ON OUR WAY to revitalize our meditation garden. During the #GreatCommunityGive, you gave $5,450. THANK YOU!! ...

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One Simple Trick To Prevent The Spread Of Germs: In truth, we must have a certain amount of exposure to germs to build up immunity. The good news is, there are some really simple habits you can adopt to prevent risk of illness, keep yourself healthier, and prevent infection from spreading to others. Simply understanding the principles behind the prevention of disease transmission helps.

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Creativity Thrives at Bridgewater: Classes, community, and spaces come together to spark the artist’s flame in Bridgewater residents. We invite you to read how the residents are staying mentally and physically active with creative options.

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To support our Meditation Garden project, team members contributed with free will offerings at a pizza lunch today. Thanks to Jan Flora and Lev Norford for hosting! ...

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From the Blog

April is national volunteer month, and a great opportunity to celebrate the people and organizations that provided approximately 35,000 hours of volunteer service on our campus in the past year. For the third year in a row, Outback Steakhouse partnered with BRC in hosting an annual volunteer recognition celebration on April 10. More than 100... Read more »

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It’s no secret that Bridgewater Retirement Community is not an island. We pride ourselves on our interactions with the young people and faculty of Bridgewater College and nearby James Madison University, as well as the Town of Bridgewater and local churches. Our residents and staff have much to offer, and we are thrilled when people... Read more »

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Kid magnet. Careful driver. Volunteer chaplain to people experiencing mental illness. Quietly inspiring leader. No wonder the multifaceted Merv Wunderlich is called “Superman” by Laura Ipock Powell, BRC Director of Volunteer Services. “I do things other people cannot,” Merv explains. And thereby he makes a significant difference. One of his roles at BRC is to... Read more »

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While much of the Grove, BRC’s new Independent Living apartment building, is still very much a hardhat zone, one corner of the first floor gives an impressive glimpse of what it will be like when finished. The model apartment—a corner unit with 1,510 square feet and the Rome floor plan—has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, two... Read more »

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Bridgewater Retirement Community is participating in The Great Community Give this year to support the renovation of the Meditation Garden in Assisted Living. On April 17, everyone is encouraged to go to the Great Community Give website and donate to the Bridgewater HealthCare Foundation. We are one of several charities, causes, and nonprofit groups featured on... Read more »

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