Crane’s Mill resident Eva Bouzard-Hui is back in the news.
Eva Bouzard-Hui shows off artwork
Eva Bouzard-Hui, a resident at Crane’s Mill, will be a featured artist in an exhibit at The Ethical Culture Society located in Maplewood. The show, which will debut on January 4, will featured Dr. Bouzard-Hui as an artist and art teach, having taught art in grades K -12 in the public school system in Caldwell, and in several colleges in the area. She also taught life drawing at Columbia Teachers College where she earned her doctorate in Art and College Teaching. Her most recent teaching experience was at the Crane’s Mill Day event this past September, where she mentored budding artists in the community.
Above: Dr. Bouzard-Hui displays one of the works of art that will be included in the January exhibit.
Crane’s Mill produced plenty of news-worthy items in 2014. Here’s a look back at some of the stories from Northern New Jersey’s Premier Retirement Community.
In 2014, we had some amazing new staff members join our team. Colleen Frankenfield was named the new President and CEO of Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey, our parent organization.
Executive Chef Arthur Marston joined Crane’s Mill, bringing a fresh outlook on menu creation and meal preparation and presentation.
Crane’s Mill started a Facebook page, and it’s proven to be a fun, informative way to keep up with the community.
In spring, duck duplexes were installed on our campus—a Certified Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.
The Towne Square Gallery hosted a juried show.
These are just a few examples of newsworthy items we were lucky enough to report on, and be a part of, throughout 2014. We know 2015 has more great things in store, and we’re excited you, our readers, are along for the ride.
To view these and other Crane’s Mill news stories, visit the Crane’s Mill News page on our website by clicking this link.
Thanks to The Progress for publishing this insightful article honoring our brave service men and women.
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The article includes wonderful full-color photos of our residents. Stay tuned to the Crane’s Mill Courier for updates throughout the year on our residents and more.
Crane’s Mill resident Charlotte Mandel once again featured for her brilliant poetry.
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Crane’s Mill resident Gene Kesselman shares his take on life, love, self-respect, and more in ‘Letters from Grandpa.’
“Grandson compiles 93-year-old’s living legacy of correspondence into a book” that is perfect for anyone interested in heritage, family, or simply looking for an inspirational read.
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