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May 10th, 2017

Surprise deliveries bring generous gifts
to residents of PWL Stettler

Points West Living Stettler

Residents of Points West Living Stettler recently received a lot of surprise deliveries. Each resident was presented with a fashionable fabric gift bin filled with thoughtful items donated by the people of Stettler. The generous gift was the initiative of local businesswoman Candace Maruk. 

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May 10th, 2017

Care Partners celebrate Nursing Week
with a relaxing wellness break

Points West Living Lloydminster

Employee care partners at Points West Living Lloydminster celebrated Nursing Week with a Wellness Day on Tuesday May 9. The highlight of the day was a 15-minute massage, delivered by an experienced massage therapist.

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May 8th, 2017

Residents get creative with a paintbrush
at PWL Cold Lake

Points West Living Cold Lake

Residents at Points West Living Cold Lake had wonderful time recently mixing colours and filling canvases. They enjoyed it so much that what had been scheduled as a one day painting activity stretched into two days in a row. 

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May 4th, 2017

Spring Tea includes a magical assortment
of prizes

Points West Living Vegreville Heritage House

The Annual Points West Living Heritage House Spring Tea is always a popular affair in Vegreville, and this year’s tea was no exception. It was held on the last Wednesday in April and served almost 300 visitors and residents. The dining room was decked in green linens with carnations on every table. Tea and coffee flowed freely, and guests enjoyed visiting over vanilla cake with strawberry and blueberry sauces. 

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Apr 26th, 2017

PWL Wainwright floor-curlers
face first inter-community competition

Points West Living Wainwright

When Points West Living Wainwright received a new floor-curling set earlier this year, residents quickly embraced the game. It didn’t take long for the more competitive curlers to begin preparing for a curling showdown. So, it was with great anticipation that two teams, along with a few fans and care partners boarded the community bus for their inaugural inter-community floor curling competition. 

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Apr 25th, 2017

WHO knows what you need to know
about Depression

Points West Living All

The World Health Organization (WHO) is shining a spotlight on depression and its impact on individuals, families and societies the world over. For World Health Day 2017 on April 7, the WHO highlighted its campaign to enable more people with depression to take the steps they need to live healthy, productive lives. 

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Apr 24th, 2017

'The Man in Black' and 'The King' pay a
double-tribute visit to PWL Slave Lake

Points West Living Slave Lake

What a treat for residents of Points West Living Slave Lake to have not just one, but two musical legends in one afternoon show. On Saturday April 8th, residents and family members gathered to watch and laugh and sing along to the many memorable songs of the late greats, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley, presented by tribute artist, Leland Johnson of Cochrane Alberta. 

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Apr 20th, 2017

Kids help hunt for eggs on Easter Sunday
at PWL Cold Lake

Points West Living Cold Lake

Easter Sunday was family time at Points West Living Cold Lake, as grandkids, friends and family members came together to enjoy a special Easter brunch and activities. The highlight of the activities was an egg hunt in which everyone was a winner. 

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Apr 19th, 2017

Spring Tea and Bake Sale a Sweet Success
at PWL Lloydminster

Points West Living Lloydminster

Points West Living Lloydminster hosted a Spring Tea and Bake Sale on April 8th, with residents, families and care partners all pitching in to make it a sweet success. The money raised is going to fund a season’s worth of summer activities. 

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Apr 12th, 2017

Chives and cucumbers kick off
growing challenge at PWL Cold Lake

Points West Living Cold Lake

April 10th marked the first gardening day of the year at Points West Living Cold Lake. At this point, to keep the seeds and soil warm, gardening is an indoor activity, but once the conditions are right, likely in late May, residents will transplant and tend their seedlings outdoors. 

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