Monthly Archives: August 2020

A Grateful Garden

Lake Terrace independent living residents gather in the early morning light, gazing across trailing vines and hand-sewn daisies, swaying sunflowers, and bulky Brussels sprouts. Together, they have nurtured and embraced a plot on the west end of the Shorehaven property, now calling it “our grateful place.” That project runs about 30’ by 120’ and sports… Read more »

A Floatload of Fun

Lac La Belle was calling them. The Golden Girls of Summer stretched for their ensuing swim in the early morning sunlight, stacked assorted noodles in their rolling bins, and headed out to the lake. In tank suits and tankinis, robes, flip flops, water shoes, and a host of bright French terry cover-ups, they glided into… Read more »

Mask-‘r-Aid perfects the product

Mask-‘r-Aid perfects the product She’s worn a mask most of her adult life. So when Oconomowoc’s Linda Thacker saw the world needed them, she set to work making the ones that would hold their form, conform to the individual’s face and last for weeks. Thacker developed her own “Mask-‘r-Aid” brand template after researching YouTube videos… Read more »

Residents Uplifted Through Own Art Showcase

She didn’t start painting till age 75, but that didn’t stop Lake Terrace Apartments resident Pat B. from creating a firestorm of watercolor and acrylic works. Pat displayed her art at the Lake Terrace Clubhouse in July, showcasing portraits, wooded trails, ocean scapes, and hidden glades. “I had to stop playing golf and tennis, so… Read more »