Post Halloween Roundup: Senior Community Opens Doors to Public

Fort Wayne, IN – Lutheran Life Villages, a premiere provider of retirement living communities, enjoyed a very successful Halloween trick or treating party at their Pine Valley location that involved nearly 100 children from the neighborhood and 200 residents, family and staff.

What started out as a family friendly resident Halloween party at the Pine Valley campus, turned into door to door trick or treating for local mini ghouls and goblins when Lutheran Life Villages realized that the children in Fort Wayne needed a dry place to trick or treat. The residents of the senior living community were in for the action, dressed in costume and provided the costumed children with candy at each resident’s apartment door.

Eva Teeters, Director of Social Services and Activities states, “We had such a successful party, and when we saw the opportunity to open the trick or treating festivities to the public because of the rainy weather, we were happy to fill the need.”

About Lutheran Life Villages
Lutheran Life Villages, a nonprofit organization, has been offering quality living options and care to residents of northeast Indiana for more than 80 years. With three locations, they provide various retirement living options and levels of care to nearly 650 residents, and currently employ more than 400 people. At Lutheran Life Villages, Christian beliefs are a vital part of the Lutheran Life Villages ministry. The community’s mission statement reads, “As an expression of Christ’s love, we serve individuals and their caregivers with compassion and respect for independence, wellness, and spiritual life.” For more information, please visit www.lutheranlifevillages.org <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?DavisHarrisonDion/5306ec2a7e/bc9c8894b9/f5b0ea12b4> .