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Feb 9

Students and Residents Paint for Empty Bowls

Three generations work together to benefit Empty Bowls Monongalia For the second year in a row, The Village at Heritage Point participated in an intergenerational activity with its partner in education, Brookhaven Elementary School, to benefit Empty Bowls Monongalia. Some of The Village residents and staff worked with the Mountaineer Boys’ and Girls’ Club after school program students to help these children with a bowl painting activity using bowls and painting supplies from The WOW! Factory. The date f...
Jan 23

Village Resident Featured In Local Magazine

Sarah Minear was recently featured in Cheat Lake, Life Above the Ordinary magazine. Sarah Minear: An independent spirit, and a new state of mind at The Village at Heritage Point As a three-term West Virginia state Senator from Tucker County, Sarah Minear made certain that a full knowledge of the facts preceded each vote she cast. She represented the state’s 14th District, one of the largest, serving seven counties and 111,000 citizens of the state. During her time in the Senate, Minear served on seven c...
Feb 18

Students and The Village at Heritage Point residents paint bowls

Residents of The Village at Heritage Point joined students at Brookhaven Elementary on Friday to forge new friendships and give back to the community. Village at Heritage Point brought about 10 residents to Brookhaven. They joined about 50 kids in the after-school program to paint bowls for Empty Bowls, with help from the WOW! Factory. Wilma Sternthal, executive director of The Village at Heritage Point, said the facility partnered wtih Brookhaven in the past and also donates homemade soup to Empty Bowl...
Jan 30

The Village at Heritage Point provides support to Habitat for Humanity

The residents of The Village at Heritage Point, in conjunction with Suncrest United Methodist Church, are collecting cancelled postage stamps for Habit for Humanity. Among the stamps these groups are looking for are large commemorative stamps, small-sized stamps, and foreign stamps. These stamps are sold to stamp collectors and stamp dealers and the proceeds are then donated to support the construction of new homes for Habitat for Humanity. For more information regarding this stamp program, please call ...
Nov 24

How to Keep Off Extra Pounds During the Holidays

By Rashelle Brown for Next Avenue November 24, 2015 With the holidays right around the corner, your calendar is probably already filling up with friendly parties, formal dinners and family gatherings. All of that celebrating can take a toll on the body. Polls and scientific studies estimate that many Americans gain between one and five pounds during the holiday season. This wouldn’t be so bad, except that most of us won’t lose that weight over the next year. By the time we reach our fifties and beyond, ...
Oct 31

TAVR is now an option for more Aortic Stenosis patients than ever. Do You Qualify?

The Mon Health Medical Center Heart & Vascular Center now offering a leading-edge surgical treatment to more aortic stenosis patients than ever before, thanks to new government guidelines for Transcatheter Aortic Valve Replacement -- or TAVR.  The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved TAVR for intermediate risk aortic stenosis  patients. This creates a new treatment opportunity for a larger number of patients who now meet the qualifications for this minimally in...
Jun 30

Mon Health Medical Center’s Diabetes Prevention Program receives CDC recognition

Mon Health Medical Center's Diabetes Prevention Program has achieved full recognition status from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Diabetes Prevention Recognition Program . Mon Health Medical Center’s Diabetes Prevention Program is one of two fully recognized programs in West Virginia, and the only one in Northcentral West Virginia.  The CDC based program is an evidence-based series of classes designed for people with prediabetes. These high-quality lifestyle change programs h...
Mar 29

Village at Heritage Point resident Isolene Michael turns 100 years old

Isolene Michael, a resident at The Village at Heritage Point, will be celebrating her 100th birthday on Wednesday, March 30.   Part of her secret to a long life is to stay active. She participates in a Tai Chi class every Tuesday and Thursday at The Village. While she can’t do all of the moves, she benefits from the moves she can do. It makes her feel better and helps with her balance and memory. Tai Chi is a traditional form of Chinese exercise.   Isolene has been a resident at The Village at...
Mar 23

March 2016 Patient Experience Award Winner - Cayla McLaughlin

Congratulations to Village at Heritage Point employee Cayla McLaughlin for receiving the “Patient Experience Award” for the month of March. Executive Director Wilma Sternthal recognized Cayla at the Mon Health System Management Council meeting for the many extraordinary efforts she has done as a nursing assistant for our Suites residents. In a personal letter Wilma wrote to Cayla’s mother, she said “I wanted to take the time to let you know what a wonderful job you did raising Cayla. A lot of people mea...
Jan 28

The Village at Heritage Point hosts Pepperoni Roll Contest

Residents of The Village at Heritage Point enjoyed an Edible Taste of West Virginia pepperoni roll contest. Six regional bakeries brought samples of their pepperoni rolls for the residents to sample and to judge. Each pepperoni roll was scored based upon taste of bread, texture of bread, taste of pepperoni, amount of bread vs. pepperoni and overall taste. Congratulations to Chico Bakery for winning the title of Mountaineer Country’s Best Pepperoni Roll.