Holly Creek’s swimming pool was once again awash with activity as the community hosted its 10th Annual Boat Regatta on August 3rd to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association.

The six boat entries, made only of cardboard and duct tape, were festively themed and piloted by a representative from each of the six participating teams, five of which hailed from Holly Creek and the additional one being from the Community Support Office.

CLC’s Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer Ted Ahlem led the Happy Hippies of the Community Support Office to victory after four heats. Holly Creek Fitness Coordinator Lindsay Fletcher and her team won for the most creative team name—“I Got 99 Problems but a Boat Ain’t One.” 

It was a celebratory day for participants, staff and residents alike as $1,800 was raised for the Alzheimer’s Association. Channel 7 News was on hand to capture the energy of the day—see the action here

Although Christian Living Communities established the Compassion Circle to honor and thank people who include us in their estate plans, we also know that some people like to remain anonymous.  According to various surveys, more people making estate gifts to. Read More…

Christian Living Communities has partnered with the Community College of Aurora, Worklife and Arapahoe Douglas Works to offer team members, their families and friends the ability to obtain a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) license at little or no cost. The. Read More…

Fresh ideas and inspiring discussion ignited our teams at the Spark 2017 Marketing Summit held at Breckenridge Brewery in Littleton, Colorado. Executive directors and sales team members from eight of our communities gathered with our support associates on July 10th. Read More…

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I was writing a letter to my niece but my fingers wouldn’t bend. I had to hold my pen in the crook of my hand, between my unmoving index finger and my thumb. It took a long time. My handwriting. Read More…

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We love the leadership that Rachel Davenport has brought to the area of dementia training for our sister organization, Cappella Living Solutions!

A glimpse into each other’s lives. That’s what 22 University of Denver students and 22 residents of Clermont Park have been exchanging for the past few weeks. Those insights are being shared via photography and story as part of a. Read More…

Not everyone knows that Christian Living Communities is a non-profit organization. Generous donors contribute to many of the programs and initiatives that benefit our residents, as well as to the Resident Assistance Fund which helps qualifying residents who, through no fault. Read More…

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