(BLOOMINGTON) – Stonecroft Health Campus in Bloomington would like to invite community members to attend their Memories Matter series event on Monday, November 11th from 4:30 p.m. until 6 p.m.
Attendees of this free event will enjoy a presentation from James Lee Hutchinson – a decorated veteran of World War II, and the author of many World War II publications.
Hutchinson is a retired educator and native of Bedford. Hutchinson has been honored by city, state, and national officials for his military service, books, and preservation of the Greatest Generation’s history.
Free refreshments and beverages will be served.
Attendees will also have the opportunity to tour the campus’ Memory Care neighborhood following the presentation.
“We’re truly honored that Mr. Hutchinson chose to visit our community this veteran’s day,” commented Executive Director Nikki Gee. “As a man who has dedicated his life towards the preservation of the past, we’re eager to hear what Mr. Hutchinson has to say to our residents and community members.”
“What better way to show honor to our veterans than by learning from Mr. Hutchinson, who served our country and passionately wants to share this rich history with others,” stated April Williams, Community Service Representative for Stonecroft and Hearthstone Health Campuses.
Stonecroft Health Campus is proud to be a member of the Bloomington community and is proud to offer exceptional health and hospitality to seniors in their community.
For more information, please contact the campus by calling 812-825-0551.
Stonecroft Health Campus’ senior living services are delivered by staff specially trained to honor and enhance the lives of those they serve through compassion and a commitment to exceeding the expectations of their customers. To learn more about Stonecroft Health Campus, contact the campus by calling 812-825-0551 or visit their website at www.stonecrofthc.com