Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Memory Care Residence at RiverWoods

A ribbon cutting ceremony was recently held for the completion of The Memory Care Residence at RiverWoods. The Memory Care Residence will offer semi-private and private rooms with services aimed to help residents with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Lois Hunter, former RiverWoods employee and current resident, cut the ribbon. A special dedication was made by former president & CEO, Seneca Foote, in honor of Rev. Peter Geschwindner, chaplain at RiverWoods. Foote dedicated the Memory Care Garden to Geschwindner, a long-time employee of RiverWoods and Albright Care Services.

RiverWoods Senior Living Community is owned and operated by Albright Care Services, a faith-based non-profit corporation that serves all of central Pennsylvania. Albright also owns and operates Normandie Ridge Senior Living Community in York; Living Independently For Elders (LIFE) sites in Williamsport, Lebanon and Lancaster; and manages Warrior Run Manor, a HUD-approved housing complex in Watsontown. For more information on Albright, visit www.albrightcare.org.


Pictured from left: Doug Flasher, chief operating officer, Albright Care Services; Seneca Foote, former president & CEO; Rebecca Foote; Susan Martin, board member; Peter Geschwindner, chaplain; Gretchen Waggoner, chair of the board, Albright Care Services; Lois Hunter; David Hunter; Lennea Brown, executive director, RiverWoods; John McDonough, NHA, RiverWoods; Larry Eckstine, owner, Hepco Construction; Dale Moyer, board member; and Joanne Semanchick, RiverWoods resident board member.