Activities for Seniors in Assisted Living Houston - Treemont Honors Veterans with "Greatest Generation Luncheon"
Silver taps from the balcony honored departed veterans on Veterans’ Day, 2015, and prefaced a special Greaest Generation luncheon celebrating all residents who have ever served in the United States military. A large number of men and women who were at one time active with Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines or Coast Guard gathered together with families and guests in the colorfully decorated Treemont auditorium on Wednesday, November 11, 2015. This is one of many activities for seniors in assisted living Houston communities.
There they were entertained by the five time juvenile world champions St. Thomas Episcopal High School Pipe Band and dancers, and partook of a delicious meal prepared by Executive Chef James Renshaw and his Treemont dining staff.
Despite the poetic quotation “Old soldiers never die; they just fade away,” reality has proved that they really do die, after all. But they live on in loving memories celebrated by people like those gathered at Treemont. Treemont maintains a roster of veterans, and honors them on occasions like Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Veterans’ Day.
“It’s the least we can do,” says Treemont Activities Director Aimee Dubuisson. “These men and women have given us their last full measure of devotion. We will never forget their service to us and to our country.”
There are many factors come into play when seniors choose a retirement community in Houston. Activities are important. An ability to continue one's religious worship and affiliations is another. At Treemont, Aimee is always open to new ideas from residents. From a new classical choral group, to a Color Me Calm class, to the new Gardening Angels class, and now a new Schmoozing with the Rabbi monthly seminar, please bring your ideas to Activities Aimee. Come visit, or also read some senior Houston retirement home senior resident testimonials that will inform you on questions to ask when researching assisted living n Houston TX. Then once you know what to ask, the best way to figure out if a senior living in Houston community is best for you, is to visit. Have lunch, meet some residents, join an activity or come for the weekly entertainment, so you will be better informed if this particular independent living in Houston community is best for you!
To learn more, call Lupe or Linda at 713-783-6820 or click www.Treemont.com. Treemont is located at 2501 Westerland Dr @ Westheimer, not far from the Galleria in the Memorial/Westchase neighborhoods of Houston.