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  1. Chaplain Services


    Dear Residents and Family Members,

    My name is Rev. Marjory J Roth, and I currently serve United Adult Ministries, as the Director of Church Relations. In this unique and difficult time, I am extending my Chaplain services to Flushing House.  In this time of social isolation, we want to make ensure that we continue to offer services that benefit our residents well-being.

  2. Coronavirus Precautions at Flushing House

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    Dear Family Members and Loved Ones of Flushing House Residents,

    We know many of you are concerned about the spread of COVI-19 (the new coronavirus) and how it may impact our lives here at Flushing House.

    Our mission is to provide “a safe, affordable and enjoyable retirement experience” for our residents. In order to accomplish this during this challenging time we have implemented some changes that will affect our residents along with their family members and loved ones. We are asking that you assist us in encouraging residents to adhere to these suggestions as this will only help in our endeavor to provide a safe community.

  3. February Spotlight

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    Resident Spotlight


    A Little About Lucy

    Lucy is very active in our community; quite often helping and setting up for the many Bingo games we have. Her friendly smile and attitude is always refreshing and well received by all residents and staff.


    I’d like to share my favorite dish with you. Look during February for my menu of choice, Arroz Con Pollo with Beans!


    Check out this week’s menu here!

  4. Resident Art Gallery 2020

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    Resident Art Gallery

    The Flushing House Painting Club recently held a Resident Art Show on the first floor of Flushing House. The show consisted of over 100 paintings done by residents. The walls were adorned with still lifes, portraits and abstract piece which made for a special Sunday afternoon for residents, families and visitors.

    The Flushing House Painting Club is run by longtime resident, Olga Arnow. Olga is an expert in classical music and painting. She encourages residents to express themselves with their art during her classes. For many residents, this was the first time they’ve painted in a while, and for some the first time ever!


    Guests and artists were treated to elegant music by Olivia Liu on the harp to set the perfect mood for artistic expression and interpretation. Sparkling apple cider was served as the paintings were admired and discussed.

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