It really is...Valley View is a wonderful place to live!
I am so grateful for the many friends I have met here. A 55+ co-op is a great place to use your skills and interests. There are many events that members can attend, and a number of committees filled with residents who desire to help make the co-op run smoothly.
We all feel very blessed that Valley View has a top-notch staff. It really feels like a home here! Gathering at the mailboxes or walking the halls means that you will always see a friendly face and engage in caring conversation. People are very neighborly, and kind!
I am so happy that I moved to Valley View Senior Cooperative!
If you would like more information regarding our next Open House or how you might be able to live in this wonderful community, click here for more information.
GREAT Annual Meeting and what better way to end it but with Pie and Ice Cream?
Our wonderful Valley View Cooperative family is so blessed to have a strong Board of Directors, great Committees and everyone participating to make it a great place to live. It's important to us that we make everyone feel included and important so we all try to go the extra mile to prove it!
It’s great to have our pancake breakfasts back after the summer break. As the pictures show, it’s not all work. Thank you, men, for your willing work and tasty presentation. You do it with class!
Deck the Decks! Be a part of lighting up our building for all to enjoy. Especially if you are heading south, do it before you leave. Jack Doran and Gordon Gilbert have a group ready to help you as needed. Lights on Friday, November 23!
Wisdom From Seniors...Need a good laugh? I thought so!
If you lose your hearing is it ear replaceable?
I mixed up the cardiac resuscitation equipment with the lie detector, but I will de-fib you later.
Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.
I started with nothing. I still have most of it.
I finally got my head together; now my body is falling apart.
If all is not lost, where is it?
It was so different before everything changed!
Nostalgia isn’t what it used to be.
I wish the buck stopped here. I could use a few.
It’s hard to make a comeback when you haven’t been anywhere.
If you are living on the edge, be sure you are wearing your seatbelt.
It’s not hard to meet expenses. They are everywhere!
Health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
BUNDLES OF LOVE
“Bundles” is a metro wide non profit organization to assist newborns and families. VVC has 16 members who volunteer to sew baby quilts and diaper bags.
They sew in their units and meet monthly as a group and complete the projects. This is a very rewarding time for all involved. It is so fun to get together, create blankets for newborns and their moms with the realization that what the Bundles of Love Team(s) are doing really does matter!
Valley View Senior Cooperative has so many residents that contribute both time and talent in so many ways. To view a few more photos of this activity and other things we have going on at Valley View Cooperative, visit our Photo Gallery.