The grand opening marks completion of phase 1 of a three-part expansion project. The first phase includes the construction of 10 two-bedroom, two-bath cottages, including three duplexes and one quad, all with an attached garage. In total, United Church Homes plans to add 44 independent living cottages to the campus at The Cove.
The Parkvue Healthcare Center originated with the vision of the late Ruth Frost Parker, an Erie County resident, former United Church Homes Board member and the largest single benefactor in its more than 100-year history. Ruth’s vision included the state of the art Aquatic Center and more independent living options on the Parkvue campus.
Parkvue, a United Church Homes community, offers independent cottages, residential and assisted living apartments, Fast Track Rehab, a secure memory care neighborhood and long-term skilled care. Spiritual services are an important part of Parkvue’s mission.
On July 25, the public is invited to attend the grand opening, with a ribbon-cutting scheduled for 6 p.m. and the annual concert of the Vacationland Band taking place from 7-8 p.m. An art show featuring artworks by residents, family members and staff will be on display.
Those unable to attend are invited to call (419) 621-1900 to schedule a personal tour.
For more information about Parkvue, visit parkvue.org.
About United Church Homes: United Church Homes, headquartered in Marion, Ohio, has been “Celebrating the Spirit” of seniors for more than a century. The faith-based nonprofit organization is one of the nation’s largest providers of senior living services, with more than 1,800 dedicated staff serving nearly 5,000 residents of all faiths in 74 senior living communities throughout 14 states and two Native American nations. UCH is in covenant with the United Church of Christ and welcomes residents of all faiths.
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