Ready to take a trip to Wolfeboro? Even though the quaint town is dubbed the “Oldest Summer Resort in America,” there is still lots to do in the fall. Come experience the transitioning seasons and natural beauty of Wolfeboro, nestled among the Belknap Mountains and Lake Winnipesaukee.
5 Easy, Inexpensive Ways To Refresh Your Home For Fall
Fall is just around the corner, and it’s time to trade your summer decorations in for something a little cozier. Want to figure out how to transform your home on a budget? Try out these five easy tips!
How Do Your Surroundings Negatively Affect Your Mental Health?
Many self-help books focus on how your emotions can affect your environment and your body, and we all know that emotions can affect your perception and your mental health.
7 Road Trip Tips For Seniors To Get You Through Your Drive
It’s the dog days of summer and you might be itching for some adventure or a change of scenery. Maybe you know exactly where you want to go, or perhaps you’re still looking for the perfect destination. Either way, we have you covered with the best tips to maximize your summer road trip.
Top 5 Crime Prevention Tips for Seniors
The world as we know it changes every day and criminals are finding more inventive ways to disrupt others’ safety. While going out and about might seem daunting with that in mind, there are easy solutions to keep you safe so you can enjoy yourself and live your life unafraid. Below are some quick tips to keep in mind while running errands, going for a walk, or visiting friends:
Sugar Hill Couple & Dog Are "Original Settlers" of Sugar Hill Retirement Community
Have You Met Mort & Nancy?
Mort and Nancy Smith are two of the most familiar faces to be seen around Sugar Hill’s campus because they’ve been here since the beginning. The couple stood on a mound of dirt and decided the majestic view from where they gazed would be a great place to live. They moved into their newly furnished home soon after.
Esteemed Author A Staple of Sugar Hill
Meet Dolores “Dodie” Stephens
As one of four children, Dolores “Dodie” Stephens grew up in the village of Brewster, New York, with her two older sisters and younger brother. A rural community, Dodie enjoyed her country upbringing and has a deep, fond love for her village of Brewster.
Get To Know The Adventurous Barbara Clay
Introducing: Barbara Clay, Sugar Hill Resident
Barbara was born and raised in Rochester, New York, and lived there until she went to college. A graduate of Marymount College, Barbara majored in political science and minored in Spanish. While pursuing her degree, Barbara met her husband Henry on a blind date, and the two were married just after Barbara graduated.
The Top 5 Most-Asked Questions About Sugar Hill
Interested in learning more about Sugar Hill? You’re not the only one! Here are the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about Sugar Hill Retirement Community, one of New England's finest cooperative senior living communities.