Our Front Lobby at Valley View Cooperative was decorated with photos of Valley View couples cherished wedding photos taken from the past seven decades. Residents who had lost spouses and those who had found love again were also honored.
The display was much appreciated and many lingered in the lobby to appreciate the exhibit.
I heard comments by many that “this is the best display we have ever had”.
Many thanks to those who shared the memories.
Bingo Competition at Valley View Cooperative is fierce!
Fan 'em Wide and Flaunt Those Dollar$!
Twice each month our residents come together, play Bingo and sometimes meet new neighbors. The group is usually 12 to 16 players and the each bring $3.00 and play 10 games, for an hour of fun. (Some even get to take home more money than they came with.) Just another way to enjoy our “family of friends”.
"I Have More Than You Do!"
"Call of The Wild" Captured in an Intense Moment!
Saturday, May 6, 2017 - 1 to 3 p.m.
Come join our family of friends.
Units will be open for touring.
Stay to enjoy pie and coffee with us.
Make plans to attend the Open House at Valley View Cooperative and learn why so many people age 55 and better are very favorable regarding Cooperative Living. Have all the tax advantages of owning your own home and leave the maintenance to us! You just might come away being very excited about what we have to offer you.
Imagine, I had to travel all the way from my Valley View Cooperative home to see excellent entertainment and it took me a whole 3 minutes. Gone are the good old days of arranging for a ride, crowds, traffic, schedules and more. I had to walk to my door, open it, step out, close it, take an elevator down a floor or two and walk several steps to my seat! So intense… The result? A relaxing and very enjoyable evening.
Meet Betsy and Paul Hanson. They are a married couple and have sung and played together for many years. They lead worship at their church, have played for venues similar to ours and have been the musicians for several weekend retreats. They play a wide variety of music. They were also part of a larger group called the Norwich Singers that sang together for several years. I have known them for about 25 years.
Things like this happen frequently at Valley View Cooperative and it can be so unstressful! Is that even a word? Well, I hope you understand what we have to go through while living here.
Okay, so I’m kidding in case you hadn’t noticed. What a dream come true, to live in a wonderful, caring community of people and be able to enjoy fun activities to the level I wish to be involved at.
Thanks again Betsy and Paul!
Here comes Springtime...it's beginning to roll over in bed and move it's arms and legs a bit. The transition of power isn't always peaceful in their world but that's what makes it exciting, the unpredictable nature (no pun untended) and relationship of Winter to Spring. But before we totally lose sight of Christmas, lets take one last look at some of the fun we had at Valley View Senior Cooperative.
On December 27th, ten of our residents opened their homes for tours of their lovely decorations. Many of our residents enjoyed the sights, coffee and treats together in the Valley View Room after the tour. The VVC residents did a marvelous job decorating their homes and they were kind enough to share some photos as well. Thanks folks!