Meadows on Fairview hosted their 13th Annual Classic Car show on Sunday, August 5. There were 61 entries. The show brought back many happy memories to our residents who voted for their people’s choice. Winner; Richard Peterson with his 1949 Hudson Commodore.
Residents and Family enjoyed munching popcorn, sipping lemonade and enjoying some ice-cream treats. Also, a big thank you to the folks who brought your beautiful classic cars for us to view and to Gary LaRue from Rat Pack Entertainment for the sweet treats and live music! Meadows on Fairview is located at 25565 Fairview Ave. Wyoming. MN.
Determining when the “right time” to move into a senior living community can be a very complicated decision-making process. A growing trend is that many people wait for a significant health or caregiving crisis to happen before considering a move. Unfortunately, we don’t often make sound decisions in crisis situations and waiting until a crisis also severely limits choices. We want to encourage you to attend our FREE seminar to learn about creating and having a plan for moving to a senior living community as well as the benefits of moving before something happens.
About Our Presenter: Our presenter is Sandra McGurran, Social Worker Supervisor for Care Management & Integrative Healing Therapies for Fairview Homecare & Hospice. She has a wealth of knowledge, experience and community resources and will have time for questions after her presentation.
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Presentation | 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
FREE snacks and beverages will be available
Council Chambers City of Wyoming Community Room
26885 Forest Boulevard | Wyoming, MN
RSVP to Ann Grode at 651-982-6228 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CLICK HERE to Download or Print Flyer for Event
Pictured left to right; Elaine Ludolph, Kathy Goulet, Kathy Peters, Judi Eliason; St Peters Volunteers and Ann Grode; Assistant Executive Director
Meadows on Fairview hosted their Bi-Monthly pancake breakfast fundraiser on Friday, March 9th.
This month’s recipient was Church of St. Peters in Forest Lake. The breakfast raised $196.00.
Meadows next Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser will be held on Friday, May 11th from 8:00-10:00am at 25565 Fairview Ave. Wyoming. We hope to see you here!
Mental illness and substance use in older adults is becoming increasingly common globally and in Minnesota. Meadows on Fairview in Wyoming, MN, invites you to learn more about the factors leading to these illnesses, prevention and resources that you can use as a professional to assist those who are affected.
About Our Presenters: Natalie J. McNall, LICSW, Psychotherapist Supervisor of the 55+ Outpatient Program at the University of MN-Medical Center. She has worked in various mental health programs, at the U of M, since January of 1991. These include both inpatient and outpatient programs serving adults and adolescents. She has been in her current role for 8 years, providing both group therapy and supervision in this 55+ day treatment program. This program is the only one of its kind in the metro area that serves clients suffering from depression, anxiety and other mental illnesses.
Dayna Davis, LICSW, LADC, Psychotherapist Supervisor of the Adult Partial Hospitalization Program and the Adult Dual Disorder Program at the University of MN-Medical Center/M-Health. Dayna has worked at Fairview since 2001, primarily with the Dual Disorder population. Dayna is a psychotherapist and a licensed alcohol and drug counselor. She was the 2017 recipient of the Counselor of the Year Award presented by the Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health. The Dual Disorder Program serves clients who have mental health conditions and substance use disorders.
Learning Objectives Include:
• Preventing depression and anxiety
• Recognizing signs and symptoms of mental illness
• Understanding dual disorders
• Identifying and addressing substance use
• Supporting those struggling with mental illness and/or substance use
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Registration 3:30 p.m. (snacks/beverages)
Presentation 4:00 p.m.
Ebenezer Meadows on Fairview
25565 Fairview Avenue | Wyoming, MN
RSVP by Friday, February 9th to Ann Grode at 651-982-6228 or email@example.com
Meadows on Fairview hosted the Bi-Monthly Pancake Breakfast fundraiser on Friday, January 12. This month’s recipient was Wyoming Fire Department. The breakfast raised $170.00.
Pictured left to right; Monica Beitler, Meadows Cook; Nick Acker, Wyoming Fire Dept. Engineer; Jacque Hastings, Fire Fighter and Holly Downing; Meadows Culinary Director.
Join us for our next Pancake Fundraiser on Friday, March 9th from 8-10:00a.m.
25565 Fairview Ave., Wyoming, MN
Join the fun and raise some money for the Wyoming Fire Department!
About the Wyoming Fire Department
Meadows on Fairview is proud to support the Wyoming Fire Department. The fire department consists of 34 firefighters under chief J.J. Hastings. They respond to all fires in the city of Wyoming. Our firefighters also answer the call for medical emergencies as first responders. All proceeds will go to purchase new equipment and special projects.
Friday, January 12, 2018 | 8:00–10:00am
Meadows on Fairview
25565 Fairview Avenue | Wyoming
For more information, or to arrange a tour of Meadows on Fairview & Meadow View Apartments, please call Ann at 651-982-6228 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meadows on Fairview would had a Veterans Day Service today to honor all those that have served in the United States Armed Forces. A message to our Veteran residents, friends and families of Meadows on Fairview: Thank you for everything you've done for our country. You're among the best our nation has to offer. God bless you and your families, and happy Veterans Day.
At Meadows on Fairview, good nutrition is important to us. This is why we get our produce from Costa Farm and Greenhouse in White Bear Lake, MN.
Here's some more information about Costa Farm and Greenhouse:
Specialty: Sweet Corn, Bell Peppers, Poblano Pepper, Jalapeño Peppers, Eggplant, Green Beans, Tomatoes, Kale, Cucumbers
Peter Costa Sr. established Costa Farm in 1913 in Little Canada. Since then the farm has become a third generation farm recognized for growing high quality fresh produce.
On 80 acres in Mahtomedi you will find melons, green beans, new potatoes, cucumbers, the “sweetest” corn, bell peppers, eggplant and tomatoes.
Along with 8 green houses that grow bedding plants, perennials, hanging baskets and herbs, “Generations of experience is the key to our successful crops”
To learn about Meadows on Fairview Dining Program, CLICK HERE
The Meadows enjoyed a beautiful Oktoberfest Day with many friends, family and guests from the local community. We had brats, kraut, cookies, chips and refreshments. The polka music from "Squeezy" Wes Miller and Friends was so much fun!!!
Meadows Great Granny Knitters have 175 hats that we to donate to the Trinity Lutheran Church for a Community give away. Left to right Germaine Martinson, Lori Norman, Terri Nelson and Janet Atwater.