Visit from Kind Care, upcoming events
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Eric Maack, executive director of KINDCARE assisted Living + Joshua Sevell marketing were our guests today
1st building for this new company is located in downtown Bristol
 kindness is their business
no need to stay in a room alone with a Shared companion apartment, shared living room, and bathroom
When the family goes to visit, the roommate also gets visitors
Lower the cost, typically 10k
$4950 per month, including medical
2nd location is Naugatuck,  then Waterbury + Hamden
The smaller building was built with UV air filtration
Telehealth 24-7 which means fewer trips to the hospital
Kindcare will incorporate kind acts, ie. making cards to thank the police
LED board outside will share the acts of kindness that month: November donating pot pies to Agape house,
December donating toys for tots, January plans to help animal shelters
Looking forward to being part of the Rotary club
42 parking spots on the property
3rd floor is for memory care, a secured floor, and staff will be trained in dementia care
the building will house a Salon, occupational therapy
cost for memory care - $6950 memory care
Come visit offices in the old Rite aide building -  visit the scale model - 860-845-1200 
will have 60-80 Staff total for 117 residents
plan to open in May
visit: KindCare Assisted Living At Bristol | Senior Living In Bristol, CT (
First off, I want to introduce myself. My name is Joshua Sevell and I’ll be the Director of Sales and Marketing here at Bristol’s newest community! I’m looking forward to meeting you all and getting to know the Bristol area.
They also are giving away pie.   You can choose from Apple, Pumpkin or Pecan, plus they are from the Harvest Bakery. Just scan the QR code below with your phone and enter your order. Then come on by the week of Thanksgiving to pick it up, see our leasing office, and our model apartment!

Enjoy the fireplace mantels - 5:30 - 7:30 Opening party

FREE weekend Dec 10 + 11 for Rotary stop by 10-5

votes for favorite mantel- - 50% pot goes to Heros fund  50% service organization has a chance to win

This year's mantels will be decorated by members of Bristol’s Service Organizations: 

including Elks Clun Knights of Columbus, Exchange Club, Quota Club, Bristol Rotary, and more!

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Liberty Bank Turkey Drive - check the presentation next week
This year instead of doing a pail shake - members have decided to pitch in $.   Thank you to Patti,  John, OV, Whit, and Laura for donating the first $100
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Service Opportunity  - November 29th -
our club will make sandwiches for Brians Angels 
Still selling bracelets for our fallen police officers $2 each
They helped at the Harvest Senior Citizen dinner on November 14th
They are collecting food for thanksgiving baskets
They are helping build gingerbread houses on December 9th at the senior center
They are helping at Holiday senior dinner on December 14th
They are collecting books
Come support Powderpuff  this Saturday, November 19th

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Les proposed we hold our Holiday party at 150 Central on December 13th

Happy / Sad

Les, happy about yesterday's good experience at the senior center,  lunch for $3, nice to see old friends
Mary, Whit's event, UConn woman vs TX, tonight UConn men with Cassidy,  Sunday vs NC state at the civic center, 29th wedding anniversary celebrated in Maine and New Hampshire,  5 new brewery tour

Ken, UConn women, and UConn men
Whit, thank you to everyone who show up at the retirement party, it was a fun time, wonderful Giants, good luck with opening
Judi, welcome Eric, thank you to Jerry for hosting last night
Patty, congrats to Whit, welcome to the community, happy Rotary is taking part in mantels, happy son got driver's license,  awesome neighbors, let her use the truck when the car broke down
Jeff,  happy chess program going well, the curriculum is 50% done, people can learn, and kids as young as 2nd grade are picking up chess
Lee, happy for the Whits event, happy for Jeff's membership
Chad, from Elks,  happy for Brian's angels, delivered turkey dinner last week, happy Rotary shared table space at the last farmers market, shared drug awareness program, and presented us with a hero ribbon, we will put on the banner
Eric - Thank you to everyone for being part, Bristol is amazingly supportive.  
John, sad missed Whits event, thank you for all you've done, Knights of Columbus collecting turkeys after mass on Sunday
Laura - happy Brooke got her driver's license + happy for Whit's retirement, fun time
Upcoming events/meetings
November 19, 2022, BCHS Powerpuff football game
November 22, 2022 - Present check to Meals for Neighbors - Liberty Bank Turkey Drive
November 29, 2022 - District Governor Randy visit, and Make sandwiches for Brians Angeles - club project
December 6, 2022 - Breakfast with Bristol Central Interact Students, at 480 Wolcott Rd, cost $6
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
James Albert
November 16
Bob DuPont
November 21
Mary Etter
November 13
Join Date
George Klimek
November 14, 2017
5 years
Woody Anderson
November 19, 1959
63 years
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