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Sioux Falls Primrose Participates in Alzheimer’s Association ‘Longest Day’

The National Alzheimer’s Association held its “The Longest Day” event on June 21st, 2017, and Primrose of Sioux Falls, SD was proud to partner with them to bring awareness to Alzheimer’s Disease. Primrose communities across the country wore t-shirts bearing the logo “Together we can create lasting memories” and many pictures were displayed on face… Read More »

‘Project Skills’ at Work in Sioux Falls Primrose

Project Skills is a paid work experience program for high school students with disabilities in South Dakota. The program is a cooperative arrangement between the state vocational rehabilitation agencies and the local school districts. Project Skills provides students the opportunity to learn different skills in a variety of job placements with the assistance of a… Read More »

Sioux Falls Primrose Celebrates Halloween

Primrose Retirement Community of Sioux Falls had a great Halloween and enjoyed hosting all the little trick or treaters in their fun costumes. Halloween morning started with trick or treaters form the Apple Tree Children’s Learning Center. Approximately 30 children arrived to collect a variety of candy and each was given an orange or black… Read More »

Sioux Falls Primrose Celebrates Senior Living Week

Primrose Retirement Community of Sioux Falls celebrated Assisted Living week by holding a senior Olympics. In the front lobby each day a different game was played and each resident was given three chances to score points. They had a great time competing in our own unique versions of the javelin throw, milk jug toss, golf… Read More »

Celebrating National Friendship Day at Sioux Falls Primrose

National Friendship Day is the first Sunday in August, and no matter how old you are, a friend can be one of life’s greatest gifts. Over the past few months at Primrose Retirement Community of Sioux Falls, a more significant friendship has developed between two gentlemen in our community. Ralph Scoular and Cletus Schuttloffel both… Read More »