Live your life to its fullest at Copeland Oaks
Copeland Oaks is a diverse, complete community for active adults aged 55 and older in every stage of living.
All residents enjoy access to recreational, social, spiritual and educational activities like golf, art, music, gardening, exercise, talks, concerts and more.
It’s an ideal blend of serene country living with the conveniences of nearby city life. We offer complete independent living with added options ranging from light housekeeping and meals to skilled nursing assistance to a complete 24/7 onsite medical center.
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Donate to the Oaks Foundation
Honor a loved one with a tribute to the Copeland Life Care Fund. Your gift can mark a special event, one of life’s milestones or be a loving memorial that will keep on giving. Contributions benefit and meet the Copeland Life Care Promise made via the Oaks Foundation.
News & Events
National Philanthropy Day
November 15, 2017
Many generous donors have enabled Copeland Oaks to carry out the Christian mission of Life Care to senior adults.
The mission: During the 50-year history of the Copeland Oaks campus, no resident has ever been asked to leave the retirement community for financial reasons. The Copeland Care Fund provides financial assistance, if needed, to ensure that elderly Copeland Oaks residents can age with a sense of security while maintaining their dignity.
We’d like to extend a special thanks to all past and future philanthropists who have help made our mission possible. Learn more about how to donate to Copeland Oaks.
2017 Golfers of the Year
This season was the 22nd for the Copeland Oaks Golf League that plays weekly at the Berlin Lake Golf Club. The Six-tee Seniors is a league that plays a round of 6 holes instead of the usual 18.
Copeland Oaks Golfers of the Year for the 2017 season are Niles Betz and Don Swegan. Niles garnered the most points from a field of 40 golfers in the handicapped league and Don walked off the course with the lowest score/highest points in the Six-tee Seniors League. Each of the winners was presented with the roaming Copeland Golf Trophy on which their names will be engraved.
Membership in the Berlin Lake Golf Club is open to all Copeland Oaks residents without charge. Use of the golf carts is also free.
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Meet the Woodsman, Don Danford
Carving out his place at Copeland Oaks:
- 2-year Copeland Oaks Resident
- Retired Police Officer and Superintendent of the Louisville Water Plant
- Facilitator of the Copeland Oaks Carvers
- First place winner at the 2017 Leading AgeArt Competition
- Restores old cars in the winter time
Every time Don Danford looks at a piece of wood, he sees an image.
“Carving is the easiest hobby in the world,” says Don who is the facilitator of the Copeland Oaks Carvers. “All you have to do is whittle away what doesn’t belong there and the image appears.”
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