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Safety is our number one priority at The Wellington. We are maintaining a conservative approach to reopening visitation and elements of our lifestyle as we take our responsibility for the well-being of our community members very seriously. We will continue implementing strict safety and sanitation protocols to keep our residents healthy and adhering to CDC, state and local guidelines, as well as procedures we feel are necessary for our community.

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Resident Ray Curtis celebrating his 104th birthday

WWII Veteran Ray Curtis Celebrates 104th Birthday

U.S. News & World Report featured one of The Wellington’s residents on his 104th birthday. Ray Curtis, a World War II veteran, celebrated his 104th birthday on Thursday, February 11, 2021.  The article covers his rich life story that ranges from his birth and family life to his honorable service in the U.S. Army. The article reveals that Curtis’ secret to longevity is staying active and exercising every day. His favorite activities at The Wellington include playing pool, participating in card games, and leading the exercise class.

The Wellington remains open and is safer than ever for seniors who need or want our services. The Wellington is committed to offering older adults a daily dose of socialization along with a greater sense of security and safety.

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