Photo courtesy of Clark Retirement Community

Residents of Clark Retirement Community Enjoy Strong Connection to Local Arts

Whether it’s a bus trip to the Grand Rapids Symphony, a visit to Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park or viewing an exhibit of local work at the facility’s in-house gallery, on any given day at Clark Retirement Community, residents have the opportunity to partake in numerous arts, entertainment and cultural activities.

Lansing Offers 5 Family Friendly Ways to Spend Your Weekend

Weekends can seem short when you are planning a family getaway. Thankfully, Grand Rapids has a lot of cool cities nearby that let families essentially enjoy a staycation while being just far enough away to promise new adventures and unique memories.
Waterford Place Memory Care

Waterford Place Memory Care Is Flipping the Script on Dementia Care

When Cynthia’s mother Irene was diagnosed with dementia it was a devastating blow to the whole family. Imagining a future where Irene might no longer remember cherished memories or even her family members was heartbreaking.
Rivertown Ridge aerial rendering

An Intentionally Multigeneration Neighborhood

Rivertown Ridge is an active senior living community nestled in the heart of the Rivertown Park subdivision, located just south of Grand Rapids. It was intentionally designed to meet the demand for multigeneration housing and is surrounded by condominiums and single-family homes.
Alyssa Cairns, paint consultant for Rylee's Ace Hardware

Rylee’s Ace Can Teach You How to Transform Your Home with Color

Is there a room you've been aching to repaint in your house but you just can't decide on the color? You're not alone. Choosing the wrong color is a common fear among DIY-ers.
Rylee's Ace Hardware Scotts fertilizer bags

Rylee’s Ace Hardware Asks: What Happens to Your Grass When You Fertilize?

You’ve seen the most obvious thing that happens when you fertilize the grass: It greens up and grows. But you might not realize that when you feed the grass, there’s always more happening than meets the eye. The roots are growing deep into the soil to help the plant withstand heat and drought. The blades are growing and making sugars for the plants to use alongside the fertilizer you apply. Depending on the season, the lawn could be "waking up" or getting ready for winter, but either way, regular feeding is a crucial part of lawn care.

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