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Fort Mitchell Interiors Wellness Program can unlock the focuses on the whole person secrets of your home If the bright summer sunshine shows your kitchen to be more dull and drab than you would like, it may be time to explore new cabinets and furnishings. Fort Mitchell Interiors in Crescent Springs can redo any room in your house, and they don’t contract out any work – familiar faces are on the job from start to finish. “Cornices and Roman shades are very popular right now in window treatments, and we have thousands of fabric samples books o browse through,” said Mary Pennington-Wolfe, owner. “Darker finishes on cabinets are in style right now, but we have 40 different styles of cabinets to choose from,” she said. “And we can do any flooring, from ceramic tile to carpet to the newest trend, which is bamboo


flooring.” With more than 30 years of experience, Wolf and her technicians can create any look that will unlock the secrets of your home, and make you fall in love with your home all over again. “Since everything is blooming fresh and new in spring, it is exciting to bring new life into your home with new window treatments, or new cabinets, or new flooring. “When you call us, we sit down with you and work out a plan that fits both your dreams and your budget.” So come into Fort Mitchell Interiors on Hazelwood Drive, across from McDonald’s, and begin to create the look you want for your home. Mary Pennington-Wolfe can be reached at 331-5327 for an appointment.

Colonial Heights and Gardens isn’t a community where you just exist, it’s a community where you live. The mission is to provide a range of retirement housing options and services for senior adults according to their needs, in an environment reinforcing the quality of life as it relates to their physical, mental and spiritual well-being. The Wellness Program is an important component to accomplishing this mission. Colonial Heights and Gardens features a gym area with equipment specifically geared toward senior adults. And there’s lot’s of encouragement and activities going on to help you stay in shape. However, according to Wellness Coordinator Alia Woods, “it’s not just physical” The Wellness Program focuses on your mental and emotional well-being. “A big part of the program is the social aspect – getting to know those who live in your community,” Alia said.

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“Meeting new friends and staying in touch with old friends just enriches your life. And it’s about finding what you enjoy most and doing what makes you happy.” There’s a wide variety of activities available for residents including jewelry classes, craft classes, ceramics and much more. “The activities give you an opportunity to get back into what you enjoy or to try something new – this is my goal – to get them to always be learning something new.” Alia said her favorite thing about her work are the people at Colonial Heights and Gardens. “It’s been an experience and opportunity I know I’ve never had. It’s fun. So exciting to see how excited a person gets when they accomplish something they can still do. It warms your heart,” she explained. “They bring something in my life. I came here to help them and here they are helping me.”




Creative Living Kentucky - September  

Creative Living Kentucky - September