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Seasonal Flavors with MVP: Meatless Main Dishes

Although we are unable to have in-person cooking demonstrations with MVP Healthcare, we are fortunate to still share the recipes. This installment of Seasonal Flavors focuses on healthy options for a…

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Notes from Nate: Visitation Amidst COVID-19

It has been 13 long weeks since we were required to close our doors to visitation at St. John’s Home. The pain of this separation is palpable for all parties…

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Seasonal Flavors: The Most Important Meal of the Day

Although we are unable to have in-person cooking demonstrations with MVP Healthcare, we are fortunate to still share the recipes. This first installment of Seasonal Flavors focuses on breakfast- the…

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Hawthorne Baking Class: Irish Soda Bread

Earlier this month residents at St. John’s Meadows community, the Hawthorne baked a traditional Irish recipe with a dessert twist. While enjoying a classic Irish playlist you can find here,…

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Unsung Hero Award: Amy Menz

Amy Menz, the Senior Staff Accountant at St. John’s Meadows was the first to receive the newly implemented “Unsung Hero Award.” Amy has dedicated over 20 years of service to…

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Generous Volunteer Gives a Touching Gift to St. John’s Residents

Margaret Watson is a dedicated and generous volunteer at St. John’s Home. During the month of March she is displaying her extraordinary paintings in our gallery each for sale at…

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A Valentine’s Treat: Homemade Cannolis

As St. John’s Meadows celebrates Italy this month honoring the rich and vibrant history and culture, we could not resist a homemade cannoli. Conveniently in time for Valentine’s Day, this…

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St. John’s Meadows Soup Making Class

This morning residents at St. John’s Meadows’ Hawthorne community assisted Shelley Stout, Community Life Specialist in a homemade soup making class. Shelley’s own recipe for potato and leek soup is…

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Dory’s Stories: Rochester During the Mid-20th Century

It was an exciting time in Rochester, New York during the middle of the 20th Century. The economic boom of Midtown Plaza, Sibley’s department store, and the influx of job…

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French Baking Class: Crepes

St. John’s Meadows’ assisted living community, the Hawthorne is starting off 2020 with having each month celebrate a different country. January is honoring France, which brings special baking classes, educational…

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