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Club Keystone Commitment to Seniors

As a symbol of our commitment to provide our residents with a happier, healthier and more active lifestyle, Keystone Senior presents Club Keystone. This club, available at no charge to all Keystone Senior residents, provides the basis for all activities and events at our communities.

Club Keystone activities include the many and varied programs, events, physical, educational and social activities every day at Keystone Senior. However, as a Club Keystone member, you will experience so much more. Want to get involved as a volunteer? We will help arrange that for you. Always wanted to take piano or painting lessons? Let us help set that up. Interested in a riverboat gambling trip? Let’s do it! French lessons? Oui, Mademoiselle. We could go on, but you get the point. As a Club Keystone member not only will you be able to take part in the many group activities offered at your community, but you will know you can count on us to help you pursue whatever your interests are.

Hubbard Place Independent Living at Keystone Commons

Fitness

Throughout the month, Hubbard Place is offering the following activities: Chair Yoga weekly with an instructor; Weight Training and Fitness weekly with a certified instructor from The Boys and Girls Club; weight room available 24hrs/day for workouts; Chair Exercise with stretching, balance and deep breathing three times a week; Walking Club once a week with occasional trips to nature pathways; and Swimming and Water Aerobics at The Boys and Girls Club once a week.  We now have a Wii system that we use once a week for bowling, golf, and other fitness games!

Services

Foot Care Clinic services once-a-month by the Ludlow Dept of Public Health Nurse; Hearing Clinic once every other month by Avada Hearing Care; weekly Blood Pressure Clinic with the Director of Wellness; monthly Cholesterol Screenings by the Chicopee VNA; massage therapy by a Licensed Massage Therapist; grocery shopping and errands provided once-a-week; and transportation to medical appointments two days out of the week.

Clubs & Social Events

Book Club meets once a month to discuss the current read; Women’s Club meeting once a month; Men’s Club meeting once a month; Resident Council meets once a month; Travel Club views videos on various places regularly; Documentary showings regularly; Saturday Night at the Movies (with fresh popcorn!) every Saturday evening—new releases and classics; Afternoon Tea twice a month; Happy Hour in the Pub once a month; Knitting & Crochet groups twice a month; Garden Club meets twice a month (in the spring, summer & fall); “Paint Like the Masters” class offered once a month by a professional art therapist and educator; Jewelry classes by a local instructor once a month; and Almost Martha meets once a month for various baking, crafts, and sewing activities.

Games

Shuffleboard & Putting Green in the Courtyard; Pitch and Bridge Club meets twice a month; Pokeno, Michigan Rummy, Pitch, Canasta, Cribbage, Dominoes, Rummikub, Trivial Pursuit, Yahtzee, Musical Bingo, Pinochle, Kings in the Corner, Bunco, Backgammon, and Uno offered at various times throughout the month; Billiards available anytime; Bingo twice a week; Horseracing once a week; and game show DVD games like “The Price is Right” and “Family Feud.”

Religious Activities

Weekly transportation to 3 local churches every Sunday; Communion once a week with Deacon Bob from St. Elizabeth’s once a week; in-house Catholic Mass once a month with Monsignor Gosselin from St. Elizabeth’s; in-house Protestant service once a month with Rev. Tim Carlton from Union Church of Christ; prayer group with volunteer Betty twice a month; and Rosary twice a week.

Stonybrook Assisted Living at Keystone Commons

Fitness

Throughout the month, Stonybrook is offering the following activities: Chair Yoga weekly with an instructor; Weight Training and Fitness weekly with a certified instructor from The Boys and Girls Club; weight room available 24hrs/day for workouts; Chair Exercise with stretching, balance and deep breathing twice a week; and Walking Club once a week with occasional trips to nature pathways.  We now have a Wii system that we use once a week for bowling, golf, and other fitness games!

Services

Foot Care services by the Ludlow Dept of Public Health Nurse available by appointment; Grocery shopping and errands provided once-a-week; in-house shopping cart available to buy small goods once a week; and transportation to medical appointments two days out of the week.  Pet therapy visits twice a month.

Creative & Social Events

Resident Council meets once a month; Travel videos on various places regularly; Night at the Movies (with fresh popcorn!) twice a week—new releases and classics; Manicures offered weekly; Sing-along weekly; Gardening once a month; Baking Club once a week; Coffee Socials once a week; “Paint Like the Masters” class offered once a month by a professional art therapist and educator; Jewelry classes by a local instructor once a month.

Games

Shuffleboard &Putting Green in the Courtyard; Yahtzee, Musical Bingo, Shut the Box, and Uno offered at various times throughout the month; Billiards available anytime; Bingo offered three times a week; Crossword Puzzle Challenge once a week; Indoor Bowling, Golf, and Horseshoe games regularly; Name That Tune and Trivia regularly; Joker-eno played weekly; and game show DVD games like “The Price is Right” and “Family Feud” regularly.

Religious Activities

Weekly transportation to 3 local churches every Sunday; Communion once a week with Deacon Bob from St. Elizabeth’s once a week; in-house Mass once a month with Monsignor Gosselin from St. Elizabeth’s; in-house Protestant service once a month with Rev. Tim Carlton from Union Church of Christ; Prayer of the Divine Mercy with volunteer Betty twice a month; and Rosary five times a week.

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