Life at Royal Park Place

ZEELAND, Mich. (October 2015) — Residents at Royal Park Place have plenty of options for how to spend their time. Here’s an idea of what some of our residents have been up to:

Assisting “Kids’ Food Basket”

RPP_KidsFoodBasket_300pxRoyal Park Place is lending a hand to Kids’ Food Basket. Every Wednesday morning, at 10 a.m. in the Queen’s Room, residents pack snacks for the local not-for-profit organization to give away. Kids’ Food Basket helps complete over 7,000 meals for local children.  The organization was named the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 EPIC Nonprofit of the Year for it’s work in providing necessary nutrients for growing minds and bodies.

Click here for more information or ways to contribute.

Hosting a support group

RPP_AssocForBlind_300pxRoyal Park Place hosts an Association for the Blind support group on the first Thursday of each month at 9:30 a.m. in the Queen’s Room. The public is invited to join us, and welcome to share their challenges with others who understand.

Continuing their competitive Wii bowling league

RPP_WiiBowling_300px“Wii have it going on at Royal Park Place,” says Life Enrichment Director Paula St. Amant.

In the photo at right are the Wii bowling teams for the winter season. Back row, from left: Nelia Shoemaker, Calvin Niewenhuis, Lefty Wyngarden, Gert Gruppen, Ida Veldman, Gert VanSomeran, Ellsworth TenClay, Herb Maatman, Don Schrock and Howard Stephenson. Front row, from left: Mildred VanderBeek, Kay Sevenberg, Henrietta VerBeek, Bertha Brink, Norma Bouwkamp, Marian Boetsma, Marolyn Brower, Jean Sneller and Helen DeBack. Not pictured: Lambert Haveman.

 

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Read about what residents at other communities have been doing:

Park Place artists give back

Saratoga Grove residents dine in style

Providence of Palos Heights welcomes Trinity volunteers

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