We proudly announce that we have a full field of golfers for the 2017 Circle of Mercy Golf Outing scheduled for June 12, 2017. In the event that you would like to be placed on our waiting list in the event that golfer spots open up, please contact Christine Looby at 860.570.8305. We do still have openings available for our Tournament Dinner featuring sports and travel writer Steve Rushin; please call Christine by Monday,
It’s time to ask the experts about why living in a life plan community just might be the smartest decision you’ll ever make! Those experts – a panel of our residents – look forward to greeting you on Tuesday, May 23 at 2:00 p.m. in The McAuley Auditorium. They’ll discuss with you their own experiences, adventures, challenges, and pleasant surprises as they investigated independent living options. Enjoy refreshments, tours of our model apartments,
Be with us Wednesday, April 26 as we talk about how to enjoy an exceptional retirement experience. Hoppy Sell, vice president of Spectrum Consultants, will discuss the benefits of living in a Life Plan Community. You’ll learn the difference between rental and entrance-fee communities, how long-term care insurance and Life Care work together, and get answers to your questions about making the transition to a Life Plan Community. You’ll also have the opportunity to tour The McAuley with us.
Join us Sunday, April 23, when the Yale Alley Cats perform at The McAuley! This free, open-to-the-public concert begins at 2:00 p.m. in The McAuley Auditorium and will include performances of classics by The Temptations, The Beatles, Michael Jackson, and Simon and Garfunkel. To reserve your seat, call 860.920.6319 by Friday at 5:00 p.m.
According to the Alley Cats, “On a brisk autumn night in 1943, our founding fathers climbed to the top of Saybrook Tower and serenaded the campus with Sally in Our Alley.
All services will take place in The Archbishop John F. Whealon Chapel of Our Lady of Mercy on the third floor of Saint Mary Home. We welcome you to join us for a very special observance of these most holy days of the calendar year.
The Mercy Community is pleased to announce that the 17th Annual Circle of Mercy Golf Outing will take place Monday, June 12, 2017. The tournament benefits The Mercy Community (a not-for-profit organization), the people it serves, and the programs it delivers through Saint Mary Home and The McAuley.
Steve Rushin will be the featured Tournament Dinner Speaker. A four-time finalist for the National Magazine Award, Rushin has had his work anthologized in The Best American Sports Writing,
Hollywood Stars Don’t Smoke While Walking Oscar’s Red Carpet: Why Do They Smoke On Screen?
The Academy Awards (Oscars) will be telecast just a few days from now. The week of glitter and glam leading up to the show-stopping Sunday is primetime to address smoking in movies and its effects on our kids. That’s why The Mercy Community has joined Trinity Health’s Advocacy, Shareholder Advocacy and Community Health and Wellbeing teams to launch Smoke Free Movies Week of Action,
The Mercy Community will hold the Seventeenth Annual Circle of Mercy Golf Outing Monday, June 12, 2017 at Hartford Golf Club in West Hartford. The day will begin at 10:00 a.m. with registration and practice; golfers and luncheon sponsors will be invited to a buffet lunch on the Club patio at 11:00 a.m. The shotgun start for this scramble format tournament will take place at 12:15 p.m.
Registration for golfers and all tournament sponsors will open Wednesday,
Research shows that seniors with lots of socializing opportunities and creative outlets tend to lead healthier lives. With wellness programs that emphasize the social, vocational, intellectual, spiritual, physical, emotional, health services and environmental aspects of life, you can add life to your years at The McAuley.
Join us at 2:00 p.m. on January 31, 2017 in The McAuley Auditorium for a presentation by entrepreneur and Senior Fitness Specialist Kyle Robinson and learn how West Hartford’s only Life Plan Community provides a unique plan for every stage of living,
On Thursday, January 12 at 2:00 p.m. in The McAuley Auditorium, author and Broadway show manager Tom Santopietro will come to The McAuley to discuss his book, The Sound of Music Story, which chronicles the making of the 1965 classic film. To reserve a seat, residents of The McAuley should call 860.570.8301; members of the public who wish to hear Mr. Santopietro’s presentation, attend a book signing reception, and then take a tour of The McAuley should call 860.920.6319.