September 22, the first day of the fall season, is Falls Prevention Awareness Day, and September 20-24 is Falls Prevention Week. Did you know? Each year, more than 1 in 5 older adults (age 65+) fall. One out of five falls results in a serious injury, such as broken bones or a head injury. Annually, …Read More
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Click here to view the full September 2021 Newsletter.Read More
Once again, Gig Harbor has earned a top spot among the country’s best places to retire. Based on factors that help determine the quality of life for retirees, such as tax-friendliness, medical care and social opportunities, an analysis by the financial planning website SmartAsset™ ranked Gig Harbor as the best place in Washington to retire …Read More
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It’s high season here in the Northwest, which means we may see a few more tourists around Gig Harbor than usual. You certainly can’t blame them for coming to enjoy our near-perfect weather this time of year. Those of us who live here do our best to get out and appreciate it as much as …Read More
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“When In Need Of A Spiritual Pick-Me-Up, Suzi Entwistle’s Door Is Always Open!” Spiritual Wellness Coordinator Suzi Entwistle has many responsibilities at Heron’s Key. Encouraging residents in the strengthening of their values, principles and beliefs while affirming a sense of purpose and meaning in their lives are just a few. She began her position within …Read More
It’s that time of year again—time to get out and enjoy all there is to do in and around Heron’s Key and Gig Harbor. Whether you want to be an active participant or you’re perfectly satisfied as a spectator, there are plenty of activities and outdoor recreation options to choose from throughout the warmer months. …Read More
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If you are looking for a safe, secure living environment for your spouse or parent who needs some extra help and care, you no doubt have many concerns—and probably just as many emotions. It’s not an easy decision to make. The best way to get a feel for any place you might be considering is …Read More