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The first thing you’ll notice when you visit Advent Christian Village is that it’s not your typical retirement community. It’s a rare place — one that embraces community, celebrates living life to the fullest, and dedicates itself to serving others. Whether your lifestyle is vibrant and independent, or you require a few support services, or even comprehensive nursing care, there is a place here for you.

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Help! My Dad is Dating Again!

While some marriages end in divorce, there are many relationships that last the long haul. Couples celebrate 30, 40, 50 or more wedding anniversaries all the time. For most of these long-lasting marriages, when one spouse dies, the loss is tragic, not only for the widowed, but also for the family left behind. Many times, the children are grown and have children of their own. Traditions have been followed for decades. The loss is large and if the widowed spouse moves on before the rest of the family feels they are ready, problems can arise.

Small Moments with a Big Instrument

It isn’t every day that you get the chance to be exposed to “a bit of the old world” in Suwannee County, Florida. But that opportunity is available Nov. 20 and 21. Robin Hendrickson, a widely known and well-regarded bagpiper will be the special guest of Advent Christian Village (ACV) as the fourth artist of this season’s Live! at Dowling Park Artist Series.

Making History as a Female WWII Sailor

Prior to World War I, women were rarely found working outside of the home. Common thinking was that women should support their families by staying home. During World War I, America quickly realized women were needed to fill the thousands of jobs left vacant when its men joined the war effort. Women were also allowed to enlist in the Navy and Marine Corps — a first for American armed forces. After the war ended, our soldiers returned to their jobs and most women returned to their homes. But when World War II broke out, women once again hung up their aprons and joined the workforce. And a greater number of women enlisted. Mary Carter, current Advent Christian Village member, was one such woman.

Geriatrician Teams Up with ACV

Advent Christian Village (ACV) is happy to announce an addition to its medical team. Dr. Laurel Pfeil, a licensed geriatrician, is assisting ACV’s physician, Dr. Maria Gonzalez and Beth Fulford, ARNP-C, with admission assessments and regulatory visits at Good Samaritan Center, ACV’s skilled nursing community.

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