18. August 2011 09:44
Lilia Zavala, service coordinator at Sequoia Place in Ann Arbor, held a celebration for residents who participate in the twice-weekly exercise programs. She served healthy snacks and drinks to the “Sequoia Stars” and gave each individual a certificate of achievement. Terry Knechtel, who teaches the Thursday class, also received a wheeled tote bag and a beautiful flower arrangement. The three residents with the best attendance records,, Mary Rich, Betty Comerzan and Hattie Russell, also received tote bags. “They have worked hard all year, and enjoyed a chance to relax and enjoy!” said Katherine Redies, Sequoia’s administrative assistant. Sequoia Place, with 55 one-bedroom apartments, offers affordable housing for seniors with limited incomes.
19. July 2010 12:07
Sequoia Place, an apartment community for seniors in Ann Arbor, held a birthday breakfast on Monday, July 19 to honor resident Emily Bradfield, who turned 100. Shown the the photo with her daughter Barbara, Emily has lived at Sequoia Place since 1997, and according to those who know her, "always has a smile and a kind word for everyone."