Tag Archives: senior activities

Sioux Falls Primrose Recognized for Community Partnership

Melissa Dingler and Lou Clarey display MVP Award Sioux FallsCommunity involvement and support of the Sioux Falls senior population is very important to the staff at Primrose of Sioux Falls. Primrose sponsors a monthly card game at The Center for Active Generations and has met many great friends at these events, some of whom have… Read More »

Horns Enjoy Activities at Primrose

Homer and Johnnita Harn, front and center, at the tour of the local Aviation Support Center The Horns display their pen and pencil collection Homer and Johnnita all decked out for the Western Party Johnnita catching fish Fishing as a spectator sport The Horns enjoying evening card games On a tour of a local mfg.… Read More »

Jim Armstrong: Man-About-Town

Jim Armstrong Duluth PrimroseWhether you’re having lunch at Primrose, joining us for an event, or attending a function elsewhere in Duluth, chances are you’ve seen (or heard) Jim Armstrong. Here at Primrose Retirement Community, we count on Jim to keep us entertained with his great accordion music, to make our announcements at lunchtime, to choose… Read More »

Zanesville Seniors Visit Rolling Hills of Amish Country

Zanesville, OH. Primrose residents enjoy an active lifestyle and travel to different locations. In April 2010, seniors boarded the Primrose bus and headed to the beautiful rolling hills of the Amish County (one of most popular visited areas in the Ohio area). First stop was the Pearl Valley Cheese Company, home to an award-winning cheese,… Read More »

Primrose Residents Enjoy Senior Exercise Class

Senior fitness class Stretches and range of motion exercises Zanesville, Ohio, Primrose At Primrose Retirement Communities our residents engage in active, healthy lifestyles to enjoy their lives to the fullest potential. Through building strength, extending range of motion, promoting flexibility and providing cardiovascular exercise our seniors get a complete workout during Senior Exercise class, which… Read More »

Residents Visit B-17 Bomber

Residents visit B-17 bomber(photo courtesy Wyoming Scenic Photos) Residents and veterans of Primrose Retirement Community of Casper, Wyoming took a journey into the past to see the famous B-17 named “Liberty Bell.” This particular B-17 is one of only fourteen flying fortresses still in the air today. Primrose of Casper Executive Director, Kenyne, chauffeured residents… Read More »

Independent Senior Living at Wasilla, Alaska

Primrose Retirement Community perfectly complements the active senior lifestyle, with modern amenities, senior activities both inside and outside the community and beautiful living accommodations. The first thing you’ll notice is just how inviting our community is. You’re greeted by staff who attend to your needs in a kindly and efficient manner. Whether it’s parking your… Read More »

Wii Bowling at Bismarck Retirement Community

The team cheers on Agnes Lennick Winners proudly wear their t-shirts to bowling each week At the Primrose Retirment Community of Bismarck, ND, one of the popular senior activities enjoyed by our residents is the weekly Wii Bowling League. Our Bismarck Primrose Wii league consists of 16 bowlers, with each player being paired with a… Read More »

Alaska Retirement Communities

Primrose retirement communities have a location in Wasilla. Here you’ll find neighboring communities to our senior living center, including map links showing their proximity to our senior living location. Also, at each location you’ll find senior residence information like: Senior Housing Options Square Footages Apartment Home Floorplans Guest Suites Respite Stays Retirement Community Activity Calendars… Read More »

Couple Enjoys Retirement at Primrose Retirement Community

Paul and Anne Mechling Zanesville Primrose: Paul and Anne Mechling moved to Primrose Retirement Community in Zanesville, Ohio, in January 2009, after deciding to leave their farm in Thornville because of some issues with Paul’s health. They found that “the house and yard kept getting bigger,” and the farm became too much to maintain. They… Read More »