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A Prestigious Award

Salemtowne Resident Dr. Patricia L. Adams, retired professor of internal medicine, nephrology, and transplantation at Wake Forest School of Medicine, received an Emeritus Academy Award from the school’s emeriti faculty. “Dr. Adams helped build and strengthen our kidney transplant program and served as a dedicated leader for our school and our Medical Center,” said Dr. … Continued

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Ukraine Benefit Concert at Salemtowne

On Friday, April 29, 2022, Salemtowne residents, led by Madeline Allen, organized a benefit concert in support of the Ukraine Medical Outreach program. Paul and Sophia Chandley are return performers at Salemtowne. This concert held special meaning for them, because Sophia’s Ukrainian family and many of her friends live in Kiev. Sophia has been unsuccessful … Continued

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Salemtowne Residents Make a Difference

Salemtowne residents make a difference for their community in many different ways. A part of Salemtowne’s mission and vision is to support older adults by fostering their sense of community and life-long learning. One example of this is by generating funds to help fellow residents who are in need of financial assistance. Residents contribute in … Continued

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Salemtowne’s Bluebird Trail

Henry David Thoreau said it best: “The bluebird carries the sky on its back.” He was right. Seeing these sapphire-hued creatures perched in stillness or with wings stretched in flight is a magical experience. It is a delightful treat that will hopefully become a more common experience at Salemtowne. A dedicated group of volunteers working … Continued

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Lifelong Love of the Arts: Nancy Mimoso

Nancy Mimoso has been an artist since she was in her 30s, mostly working in watercolors. Soon after Nancy moved into The Woodlands at Salemtowne, she was inspired to offer art classes. She also helped establish a weekly studio time for more experienced artists to meet and collaborate. Word spread quickly about Nancy’s new class. … Continued

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Animals in Winter

Salemtowne’s natural landscape can be enjoyed in all seasons from the fresh blooms of spring and summer to the changing of leaves in the fall and the snow-covered grounds in the winter. Each change of season brings challenges for wildlife. Salemtowne’s wildlife include: white-tail deer, common snapping turtles, grey foxes, hummingbirds, butterflies, eastern gray squirrels, … Continued

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Salemtowne Becomes a Monarch Waystation

According to the US Forest Service, the monarch butterfly is the only butterfly known to make a two-way migration each year. Unlike other butterflies that can overwinter, monarchs cannot survive the cold winters of northern climates. Each fall, hundreds of millions of monarch butterflies migrate from the United States and Canada to mountains in central … Continued

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The Woodlands is Thriving!

Even during a year dominated by the first pandemic in more than a century, more than 85 residents safely moved into The Woodlands this past year, and they had a good time getting settled. As many seniors this past year have been trapped indoors, the Woodlands residents have been able to enjoy Salemtowne’s wide range … Continued

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Salemtowne Learning Lab Launches

Salemtowne is pleased to announce a new initiative to support older adults in their quest to continuously seek knowledge, obtain new skills, and broaden their perspectives. The Salemtowne Learning Lab is a series of opportunities designed to creatively foster a passion for lifelong learning. Topics of interest are presented in classes, workshops, seminars, and events … Continued

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Salemtowne Team Members Shine

As we marked the one-year anniversary of the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic during March, there is good reason to acknowledge that the past year, in many ways, has been one of the most challenging in the history of Salemtowne. Here at Salemtowne, we experienced hard-to-accept visitation restrictions put in place by North Carolina Governor … Continued

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