November 9, 2021
Arrow Senior Living has done some expanding in the past several months, including the opening of a new community, The Westbury Senior Living!
The Westbury is a new community located in the heart of the midwest, Columbia, MO! It boasts independent living, assisted living, and memory care so that residents can age in place. It also has all the services you could want (including all day dining and 24hr snacks), a full calendar of events, and a building bursting at the seams with amenities!
Not only is Arrow opening a new community (with more in the near future), our home office administrative team has added Sarah Klebolt as General Counsel and Michael Boyd as Managing Director of Asset Management!
There was also a slew of directors added to our communities!
Our expansion was so impressive that Argentum News covered our growth! You can read the entire article here.
VITALIA® communities in the Cleveland and Akron regions of Ohio offer senior villas, independent senior apartments, assisted living and memory care with a variety of services and a range of floor plan options. Amenities include restaurant dining, concierge service, housekeeping, events and entertainment, personal care, transportation services, and more. Visit our locations page to find a VITALIA® community near you!
July 27, 2022
residents often identify as life-long learners, so we have teamed up with Baldwin Wallace University (BW) to offer programming in support of our residents’ intellectual endeavors. This past week, residents visited BW, where they went on golf cart tours, learned about class offerings and special events, and even had a cookout with DW’s mascot, ‘Stinger’. […]
March 29, 2022
Tammy LaBonte, Business Office Director National Mom and Pop Small Business Owner Day celebrates small business owners every year on March 29th. Our economy couldn’t run without small, locally owned mom and pop businesses. Not only do they provide jobs, they also create economic growth, have positive influences on local communities, and make our communities […]