Today is Veterans Day, and we pay special attention to a group of real American heroes.
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.
The leaves are falling and there’s a nip in the air, but Crane’s Mill is still as colorful as ever!
It really is hard to believe that the warm weather months are gone, the leaves are falling and winter is on its way.
The changing weather brings to mind one of our favorite resident-run programs: the Crane’s Mill greenhouse. Located in Towne Square just across from the library, the Crane’s Mill greenhouse holds a colorful collection of our residents’ plants and flowers so they can stay in top form all year long.
If you would like to come visit us in person, we would love to to see you and show you all our community has to offer, including our glorious greenhouse. You click here to schedule a tour or call us at 973-276-6700.
A special program for those of us coping with grief
Loss is an inevitable part of life and grief is a natural part of the healing process. Dealing with loss can be one of the most difficult times in a person’s life especially around the holidays. This workshop is designed to help those living with loss.
Thursday, November 9 at 2:00 p.m.
Crane’s Mill (Hinman Hall)
RSVP: Call 973-276-3070 or click here to send an email.
“On behalf of our entire family, we would like to say “thank you” to the Crane’s Mill Health Center for all your great care and wonderful support that you provide to our mom over the past two months. When we first admitted our mom to Crane’s Mill, we felt so hopeless, but as the days and weeks passed, we realized that she was in the best hands and it gave us all hope and put us at ease. It is because of each and every one of you that mom’s recovery was so successful. Your facility always makes us feel so welcomed and treated us like family. We are so grateful to each of you and we will definitely miss all of our friends at the Crane’s Mill. Thank you again.”
The W. Family
Cedar Grove and Little Falls, NJ