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A Perfect Fit

Statistics show that moving can be one of the most stressful moments in a person’s life. Finding a new home for retirement can take weeks, months and even years with many factors to consider. For Marty and David Beert, choosing Heron’s Key for the next phase of their life took one afternoon. After viewing an …

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Look Good, Feel Good

Studies have shown time and time again, that self-confidence can have a positive impact on one’s health. At Heron’s Key we value your wellness and the different keys to successful aging. Our whole-body wellness approach includes a focus on emotional health and our services and amenities were built to support resident’s independent lifestyles. What better …

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Thriving Through Retirement

                While many senior living communities would like their residents to remain active, Heron’s Key has a unique approach to wellness and takes it one step further with its Thrive program. The mission of Thrive is a holistic approach to wellness, promoting Heron’s Key’s excellence in senior living …

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Assisted Living at New Penrose Harbor Health Center

Sometimes, all we need to lead a more fulfilling life is an occasional helping hand. Moving to an assisted living community is an opportunity for comfort and enrichment in one’s life with an added level of assistance. Penrose Harbor, Heron’s Key’s on-site health center located in Gig Harbor, is open to those living outside of …

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From Restaurants to Retirement Communities, Chef Lacours Has Done it All

Just over four years ago, Matthew Lecours was working as a district chef for Microsoft and then previously as an executive sous chef for the Seattle Mariners, traveling around the country for events such as the All-Star Game, World Series and Super Bowl. Matthew was then steered in the direction of retirement communities by his …

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Finding the Perfect Match

George Baker and Arliss Siebert lived in the same country club neighborhood in Olympia, Wash. They met unexpectedly when George was planning on attending a special event on a neighbor’s yacht, and his friend suggested he take his neighbor along. George gladly agreed to bring Arliss to the event and once onboard, the ship’s owner took …

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