Northfield Retirement Community’s newly concepted and designed newsletter – NRC Insights – arrives in Northfield-area mailboxes this week. The focus of the newsletter, formerly titled NRC Today, is to educate the public and caregivers about a variety of issues related to aging. Continue reading
Merry Christmas from all of us at Northfield Retirement Community!
We recently sent out our annual Holiday Appeal to our friends and supporters. This special time of holiday giving is an opportunity to support the mission of NRC, and it will help us continue to provide exceptional housing and excellent care to our residents. Continue reading
Northfield Retirement Community (NRC), said goodbye to long-time employee Kathy Filbrandt on July 31, 2015, after more than 38 years of service. Kathy worked at NRC as a beautician and certified nursing assistant, touching the lives of thousands of residents. Continue reading
Northfield Retirement Community (NRC) recently unveiled its new community bus which features a dynamic new design, part of a continuing effort to improve the resident experience and provide more “backyard” visibility to the organization. The new bus provides transportation for NRC residents to multiple locations throughout the Northfield community. Continue reading
Northfield Retirement Community (NRC) welcomes the community to participate in its 9th Annual NRC Golf Classic at Northfield Golf Club on Thursday, June 4. The NRC Golf Classic is an annual fundraising event hosted by the Northfield Retirement Community Foundation and provides broad support for the NRC mission of providing premier housing and care services to older adults. Continue reading
Northfield Retirement Community (NRC) recently announced its Raise the Cross of Pathways of Faith Park project as part its yearly Renewal of Spirit fundraising effort. The project is a component of the in-development Journey for Faith and Family campaign and is an integral part of the Pathways of Faith Park fundraising goal. Continue reading
Thanks to all who came out to Northfield Middle School on January 29 to see the documentary “Glen Campbell … I’ll Be Me.” As you may have heard, the film has received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song (“I’m Not Gonna Miss You”), as well as three Grammy Award nominations. Northfield Retirement Community is pleased to play a role in raising Alzheimer’s disease awareness in Northfield.
The January 8 Northfield showing of the “Glen Campbell … I’ll Be Me” documentary, scheduled for 7 p.m., has been postponed due to severe weather. The film has been rescheduled for Thursday, January 29.
Northfield Retirement Community and Three Links will be in touch with all ticket holders via email to confirm attendance at the new January 29 showing.
NRC and Three Links apologize for the inconvenience. Visit www.glencampbellnorthfield.com for the most up-to-date information.