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Warm Hearth Village Newsletter
THE GIVING TREE
The Warm Hearth Foundation’s Giving Tree offers a unique opportunity to honor or remember a loved one while helping to support seniors in need at Warm Hearth Village. Located in the Karr Activity Center on the Warm Hearth campus, your loved one’s name will be engraved on a leaf and displayed on the Giving Tree in recognition of your gift. Proceeds from the purchase of leaves on the Giving Tree benefit the Warm Hearth Foundation’s Brian H. Smith Benevolence Endowment. Gold, silver and bronze leaves are available. Only 10 leaves remain on the Giving Tree – call 540-443-3406 today to reserve your leaf!

Gold Leaf $500

Silver Leaf $250

Bronze Leaf $100

ALL ABOARD
We are picking up steam at the Village Center with the return of the New River Valley Modular Railroad Club’s train exhibit. Every set in the exhibit is designed to scale and models the Norfolk & Western transition period of the 1950s and 1960s. The meticulous detail of the scenery is modeled on the hills, valleys and industry of Southwest Virginia. Visitors, both young and old, are allowed to run the trains around the layout and be the conductor for the day.

Saturday, January 26th, from 10am to 4pm
Sunday, January 27th, from Noon to 4pm
The Village Center - 2387 Warm Hearth Drive, Blacksburg


CARILION CLINIC UPDATE

Residents of Warm Hearth Village will soon have access to the beautiful new Carilion Clinic and its bountiful resources. This new facility will provide patients with access to onsite acute care, follow-up visits and lab services. We welcome Sandy K. Hayes, N.P., who is a seasoned Carilion Clinic family practice provider.

The Clinic will be open Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 8am to 5pm.  For more information, please call 540-266-6000. A grand opening date will be announced soon.

REGISTER TODAY!

Are you ready? Registration for the 2019 spring term has begun and Warm Hearth is proud to partner with Virginia Tech to offer classes to seniors on our campus.

The Lifelong Learning Institute at Virginia Tech is a member-driven, volunteer organization that draws on the wealth of academic and community resources in the New River Valley to provide intellectual, cultural, and social experiences for curious adults 50 and older.

See the courses and register online by clicking the button below.

Register
JANUARY BRUNCH
January 20th
The Village Center • $15.25
Two Seatings:
10:30am & 12:30pm
Menu:
Cranberry, Orange and  Blue Cheese Salad
Brunswick Stew
Collard Greens
Corn Bread
Cheesy Grits
Bacon
Egg & Sausage Casserole
Waffles & Fruit
Orange Cranberry Mimosa

Call 540-443-3801 to make your reservations. Walk-ins welcome.

CLEAN OUT THE CLUTTER

Declutter. Donate. Do Good. A new year is the perfect time to clean out those closets and start fresh. Bring your gently used items to The Treasure Trove and help low income seniors in our community with basic necessities like housing, meals and nursing care.
Can't get it to the store?  No problem.  We'll come pick it up. Contact Karen Nelson at knelson@warmhearth.org or 540-443-3406.
Treasure Trove Thrift Store
3055 N Franklin St, Christiansburg
Wednesday 12-6 and Thursday-Saturday 10-4

4 NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONS TO THRIVE

In 2019, set a goal that focuses on bettering your overall health, both physically and mentally.

Exercise every day.
Consider joining the Warm Hearth Fitness Center that is staffed by trained professionals who will assist you in developing a personal exercise routine as well as nutritional goals.

Explore new volunteer opportunities. Warm Hearth Village has a wide range of opportunities to volunteer and make a difference.

Spend more time with the grandkids or loved ones. Get out and visit the ones you love and let them know how much you care.

Challenge your brain regularly. Challenging your brain regularly keeps your cognitive skills sharp and reduces your chance of experiencing memory loss. This year, make time to play games that'll force your mind to work in overdrive or, better yet, take up a new language.
Check out our offerings in the link below.
Offerings

THANKS FOR A GREAT YEAR

As we reflect on the past year, we truly realize how much we’ve grown and we are grateful to our staff and clients for their support.  Our caring and professional staff has helped seniors from throughout the New River Valley recover from injury and illness and helped to educate them on ways to manage increasing health needs and chronic illnesses.  Our clients have enriched our lives in countless ways by allowing us to get to know them and their families and provide a support network for them as they navigate major life changes.

Many of our clients have expressed deep gratitude to our office staff, nurses, therapists and caregivers for helping them through their recovery with skilled care and home care services.  The letters and kind words mean so much to us and truly motivate us as we look forward to helping new families in 2019.

For more information about we can help you or someone you know remain safe and independent in your home, call 540-443-3428.

YOU BRING THE GUESTS, WE DO THE REST.

Hosting an event this year? The Village Gourmet Catering is here to help! Using seasonal ingredients flavored with traditions from the south, Chef Lynn Epperly makes palates sing. With gracious service and extraordinary attention to detail, her cuisine makes every event a fabulous experience. We give you the opportunity to customize your menu and to highlight any themed event, on any budget. No matter how large or small, we’ll create an event to remember with all the modern conveniences at hand, attended to by trained staff:

State of the art performance stage and sound system
Ample parking
Outdoor dining, pre-function lounge space with bar
Break-out meeting spaces and more


Whether a resident of Warm Hearth Village or the greater New River Valley, join us as our next guest where ordinary is simply not on the menu.

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