In Case You Missed It: Crane’s Mill Blog Posts

Our Blog Follows the Fun, Active Lives of Seniors Living at Crane’s Mill in West Caldwell, New Jersey

Have you been keeping up with Crane’s Mill? Here are links to some fun recent articles we’ve printed just in case you missed them:

All aboard! We took a look inside our residents’ holiday train room.
Our residents filled the greenhouse with their perennial favorites.
We were proud to share this letter from a resident’s family member.
We enjoyed this list of inspirational quotes about aging.

Of course, stay tuned for more … our blog is updated every week with news, info, fun, and photos from Crane’s Mill.

It’s Groundhog Day on the Crane’s Mill Courier!

Have you seen the movie Groundhog Day? It’s a modern classic starring Bill Murray. If you have, you’ll realize at least some irony in our repeating of last year’s post about the prognosticator of prognosticators, Punxsutawney Phil—the world-famous groundhog!

Continue on for a complete overview of Groundhog Day through history!

Did you know that the first took place on February 2, 1887? Follow the link below to learn more about this fun day, its meaning, and how we came to rely on a cuddly creature to predict the duration of our winter season!

Here is the link to History.com, which includes facts, trivia, and more about this famous forecasting rodent’s big day!

In Case You Missed It…

Catch up with some stand-out posts from the Crane’s Mill Courier—the official blog of Northern New Jersey’s Premier Retirement Community.

From time-to-time, we like to post some links to previous articles, just in case you missed them. This time around, we are focusing on some informational posts for those members of the audience who may be researching retirement communities for themselves or their loved ones:

Discover 3 Keys to a Carefree Retirement

Considering a move to a retirement community? Make sure it’s built on a solid financial foundation.

Retirement Living 101: What questions should you ask when visiting a retirement community?