Please join us in honoring our country’s veterans today. They are responsible for protecting the freedoms which we all hold dear.
At Crane’s Mill, many of our residents have served across the different branches of the military. Each year, we look forward to seeing their photos and hearing stories of their time in the service, in training, and when stationed overseas.
For more on the history of Veterans Day, you can click here to visit the US Department of Veterans Affairs website which has a complete account, along with resources for veterans and their families.
Join us for a delicious lunch and great conversation at this special interfaith gathering!
Topic: Peacemakers in the 21st Century
Tuesday, October 9, 2018 • 12:00 Noon
Crane’s Mill Continuing Care Retirement Community
459 Passaic Avenue, West Caldwell, NJ
RSVP to Pastor Nancy Truscott, Chaplain, Crane’s Mill
Peace Islands Institute
West Essex Ministerial Association
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Crane’s Mill would like to wish all the grandparents and great-grandparents a very happy day!
We owe a lot to our grandparents–from taking the time to listen and teaching us to fish or knit, to passing us that extra piece of cake, they provide comfort and support in a one-of-a-kind way.
Their stories provide glimpses into days past, before smartphones and twitter made things move so fast.
Some times may have been tough and streets may have been rough, but laughter and love were plentiful and provided more than enough.
You can count on them for a joke every once in a while, and when you need it, a reassuring wink and a smile.
They have their mannerisms, gestures or distinctive ways, they may have their good, bad, or indifferent days.
But today is the day we make sure that they know, we appreciate, love, and respect them so.
So join us today in making a visit, prayer, or call, to say to them now we adore them above all.