Why Choose Lakeview Village? The Neighborhood Feel.
At Lakeview Village, no one is spending their retirement sitting home alone, twiddling their thumbs. Residents are too busy taking advantage of all that our 100-acre neighborhood in suburban Lenexa, Kansas, has to offer. Our active seniors are often spotted loading their trunks with golf clubs, heading out to continuing education classes or tending the…read more
Introducing the Patio Homes!
If you’ve visited Lakeview Village recently, you may have noticed that there’s a bit of construction going on. It’s an exciting time for us at Lakeview Village – we’ve broken ground on our brand-new patio homes! The new energy-efficient European design features a spacious two-car garage, zero-step entry, a landscaped yard, generous patio, two bedrooms,…read more
Residence Options at Lakeview Village
As a continuing care retirement community, Lakeview Village has a variety of housing options for residents—from independent living to skilled nursing care. Today, we are going to kick off a series of blogs that will introduce you to the variety of options you can choose from when you decide to move to Lakeview Village. Lakeview Village…read more
How Does Your Garden Grow? Winners Announced!
Lakeview Village staff, residents, and children in the Child Development Center have been hard at work all summer, nurturing their gardens so they can enter their harvest into the “How Does Your Garden Grow?” competition! Contestants entered their homegrown veggies into four contest categories: biggest tomato, biggest cucumber, biggest zucchini, and most colorful plate of…read more
Lakeview Village Fashion Show
Earlier this week, a group of Lakeview Village residents put on a fashion show as part of a “For Ladies Only” event at Lakeview Village. More than 200 women attended the event, which included the fashion show, conversation, snacks and beverages. Every woman in attendance was also given a rose. To prepare for the event,…read more
Stay hydrated, drink water. Sounds easy, right?
By Jackie Halbin, Lakeview Village Wellness Manager For older adults, staying hydrated can be complicated. As we age, we become less able to regulate the fluid levels in our bodies. This can result in dehydration, which is a very serious threat to our health—and it doesn’t happen only during the summer. Our brain functions somewhat…read more
Investing Risk Re-defined
Emerson Hartzler As the stock market reaches new highs we will start to hear pundits recommending to all who will listen: Get out of “risky” stocks and into “safe” investments (meaning bonds, CDs, Money Market accounts, etc.). Unfortunately the perception of many investors, reinforced daily by the financial press, is that risk is defined by…read more
Wine and Dinner Reception for Prospective Residents
Prospective residents of Lakeview Village will be treated to a special dinner and wine pairings at several upcoming events, during which they will learn more about the continuing care retirement community. Lakeview Village is excited to host several wine and dine events, where prospective residents will watch a presentation on the community and ask any…read more
Centerpointe Residents Go Back to School Shopping to Help Staff
Lakeview Village residents have been back to school shopping… for the children of Lakeview staff members. Residents in Lakeview’s Centerpointe Care Center like to do events and fundraisers to give back to the community. In the past, residents have knit blankets and run food drives, but they decided that they wanted to do something…read more
Staying Strong and Fit at Lakeview Village
Jamie Frazier For more than 50 years, Lakeview has worked hard to provide a continuing care retirement community that promotes wellness and an active lifestyle among its residents. Wellness is achieved in many areas: intellectual, social, vocational, spiritual, physical, and emotional. Approximately 85 percent of our residents actively participate in at least one of our…read more
Comedian and Story Teller Mary Lou Anderson Entertains Lakeview Priority Circle
Mary Lou Anderson Mary Lou Anderson, an accomplished comedian and storyteller, decided to use her funny bone to write about her experiences getting older in “Two Hairs Talking on an Old Head,” and recently read excerpts of the book to future residents of Lakeview Village. “Two Hairs talking on an Old Head” chronicles the lives…read more
Personal Finance: Back to the Basics
Emerson Hartzler By Emerson Hartzler For 44 years I worked in the corporate world dealing with complex financial issues. Corporate finance is complex, but many decisions are easy, once the financial information is available. During the past 7 years I have found personal finance to be very different from corporate finance. It’s pretty simple (unless you…read more