Courtenay Springs Village Celebrates RHF’s 55 Years of Senior Housing In Merritt Island

By  //  February 10, 2017

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The residents of Courtenay Springs Village will be celebrating the 55th Anniversary of Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF), its sponsoring organization on Tuesday, March 28 at 11 a.m.

BREVARD COUNTY • MERRITT ISLAND, FLORIDA – The residents of Courtenay Springs Village will be celebrating the 55th Anniversary of Retirement Housing Foundation (RHF), its sponsoring organization on Tuesday, March 28 at 11 a.m.

Courtenay Springs Village provides affordable apartments with services for older adults.

The residents are involved in opportunities to serve our local community with programs such as: Caring and Sharing with visits to patients in their onsite Healthcare Center, volunteering to teach skills and counsel their neighbor’s, and participating in annual events such as The Holiday Marketplace showcasing handmade crafts and gifts.

Courtenay Springs Village hosts events that include Fashion Shows, Health Fairs, Rocket Launching Parties, “Live at Lunch” Food Demonstrations, Pastor Appreciation Events, Poolside BBQ’s and more!

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The Celebration will host guest speaker’s including: Cheryl Clark with the Cocoa Beach Chamber of Commerce, Kathi Ridner Director of One Senior Place, Jean Hakkila-Wills with Aging Matters in Brevard, and community partners.

RHF was started by two clergymen from the United Church of Christ and a layperson who, with $7,000 started with a dream that has grown to include Courtenay Springs Village and 180 other communities throughout the United States, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands, serving more than 20,000 older adults, persons with disabilities, and low income families.


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