Senior Community and Memory Care Neighborhood in Lexington, Kentucky (KY)

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From Your Pastor's Desk

Justin Linseisen, Director of Pastoral Care


Dear friend,


The past few days I have been singing a song that I cannot seem to get out of my head. It’s a catchy little tune. It’s a song called, Something Beautiful”, by Bill and Gloria Gaither. I cannot quit singing it because the words are so rich in telling of what God can do. The chorus is such:


“Something beautiful, something good

All my confusion He understood

All I had to offer Him was brokenness and strife

But he made something beautiful of my life”


These words paint a picture of a God who is willing to take our brokenness, confusion, and strife and turn it into something beautiful. As I reflect on this God who can turn our lives into beautiful things, I cannot help but think about this approaching spring and soon Easter season. This is a season of new, beautiful things happening all around us. The dark winter skies turn to radiant sunshine! The dead grass begins to grow and turn green. The trees begin to bud new life. There is something special in the air. Something beautiful, one might say. As we celebrate this Easter season a few weeks from now, we reflect on what Jesus did for us on the cross, and that He rose from the grave to give us new, beautiful lives in Him! With this spring season approaching, I encourage you to look at the beautiful things God has done in your life. If you desire for God to do a new work in your life, I would ask you to open your heart to him! He promises to come in and make you new and beautiful from the inside out!


In Christ,


Pastor Justin Linseisen



March Birthdays

Resident Birthday
Carla Allison Mar. 9th
Marbel Williamson Mar. 12th 
Eunice Starr Mar. 21st
Marsha Fulton Mar. 31st

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From The Community Director

Terri Schneider, Community Director
Terri Schneider, Resident Care Coordinator


March is here and spring is right around the corner!  I’m sure we will all welcome the warm sunshine when it finally arrives!


We have had several residents recently who have had falls and were not wearing their pendants.  I would like to remind everyone about the importance of wearing your pendant provided by Liberty Ridge to access the emergency response system.  In the case that you have a fall or another emergency, you will have assistance available by pushing your pendant.  It will ring directly to our assisted living staff who will respond by checking in on you and/or by calling 911 for you.   


As usual, we have lots of exciting activities planned for March!  Please make plans to attend.  


Stay well and safe!






Welcome our New Resident



Welcome our New Resident –  Fannie Harber


Fannie grew up on a farm in Clay County, Kentucky along with her five brothers and four sisters.. While working at a sewing factory in Corbin, Fannie met Ted Harber. The couple was married after a brief courtship.  They have three children, Larry Eugene, Michael, and Linda.


The young couple raised their three children in London, Kentucky.  Ted worked as a salesman for Kerns bread and for Fannie was a homemaker.  When the children were much older, Fannie began working, first for an Insurance company and then at the Utility Company.


Fannie and Ted have 6 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.


In 2005, Fannie was widowed. She had lots of support from her community and was very active, even mowing her own lawn into her late 80’s. Fannie enjoys the company of others and is very active in all group activities. Her favorites are bingo and cornhole.










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