RIBBON CUTTING - Ecumen Lakeview Commons
GREATER STILLWATER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE / PRESS RELEASE
Chamber Welcomes Ecumen Lakeview Commons
Scott Kaplan, Executive Director, cuts the ribbon at the Chamber welcome celebration for Ecumen Lakeview Commons. Photo courtesy of Dan Asmus, DA Photography.
May 29, 2019. Stillwater, MN. The Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce welcomed new member, Ecumen Lakeview Commons, at a ribbon cutting celebration on May 2, 2019. The event took place at 1200 North Lakewood Drive, Maplewood. Ecumen Lakeview Commons owners, staff, residents, friends, Chamber Ambassadors and Chamber staff were there to join in the celebration, and we couldn’t forget Gus, resident therapy dog. The Assisted Living and Memory Care Community celebrated their Grand Reopening with food, fun, a champagne toast, and a Chamber Ribbon Cutting.
Ecumen Lakeview Commons has been a part of the Maplewood community for 25 years, but have recently remodeled their facilities. Boasting welcoming care, dignity, and compassion, Lakeview Commons create a home for their residents. A wide array of assisted living services and amenities are included, and A la carte services are available. The Ecumen Awakenings Program emphasizes the five senses and makes every effort to replace sedating drugs with aromatherapy, massage, cooking, art therapy and more.
As one of Minnesota’s oldest and largest non-profit providers of senior housing and services, Ecumen Lakeview Commons mission is to create home with you- however you define home. The community is located within a residential neighborhood, and provides maintenance-free living with a wide range of independent living, assisted living, memory care and health services. To which they say that because of the wide array of services they provide, you can move to Lakeview Commons with the confidence you will not need to move again.
Ecumen Lakeview Commons
1200 North Lakewood Drive
Maplewood, MN 55119