Monthly Archives: April 2020

Celebration Foundation Update from the Executive Director

By: Kathleen Sipio, Executive Director of the Celebration Foundation “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.”- Fred Rogers   The town of Celebration looks different today in so many ways. We have to be apart from one another, yet, we have managed to work together to [...]

Celebration Foundation Update from the Executive Director2020-04-29T16:37:06-04:00

Behind the Scenes with Celebration Lifelong

Celebration Lifelong, a community partnership program with the Celebration Foundation and the Celebration Residential Owners Association (CROA), offers courses, lectures, and clubs. Our community is so fortunate to have people willing to share their passions, experiences and knowledge with others. Those who have taken courses or attended lectures know how rich [...]

Behind the Scenes with Celebration Lifelong2020-04-29T16:34:14-04:00

AdventHealth Blood Pressure Information

(From AdventHealth) High blood pressure is something many adults face at some point in their lives. While it’s a common condition, long-term (chronic) high blood pressure can lead to other serious health conditions, such as heart disease. If you’ve been recently diagnosed with high blood pressure, don’t panic. In many cases, [...]

AdventHealth Blood Pressure Information2020-04-29T16:20:38-04:00

Thriving In Place would love new members and volunteers!

Thriving In Place would love new members and volunteers! What is Thriving in Place? Thriving in Place is a community-based membership program under the umbrella of the Celebration Foundation.  We offer services that help members stay in their own homes and lead a healthy, safe, independent and productive life. Who can [...]

Thriving In Place would love new members and volunteers!2020-04-29T16:13:22-04:00

WINGS Combats Bullying

By Breanne O’Leary   On Friday, February 28 Women’s Initiative Nurturing Girls’ Strength (WINGS) had our last Power Lunch of this school year for Celebration K-8 middle schoolers. This time, the topic discussed was bullying. As students sat down for lunch, we asked them to work with others at their table [...]

WINGS Combats Bullying2020-04-29T15:36:16-04:00
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