The Copeland Experience, July 2018

by | Jul 23, 2018 | The Copeland Experience

16th Annual Golf Scramble

First Place

Second Place

Third Place

Copeland Oaks recently held its 16th annual golf scramble fundraising event at Alliance Country Club raising $20,000 for the Life Care Fund. There were 76 players in attendance.   

First place honors were awarded to the foursome of Tom West, Jon Dostal, Ed Hogya, and Tim Heavner from Sarchione Auto Group.

The second-place winning team was from Gordon Bros. Water and included Ned Jones, Derek Gordan, Nate Mullin, and David Bebout.

Taking third place was Christopher Hunt, Ann Hunt, Matthew Hunt and Scott Zurakowski, representing Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths, and Dougherty Attorneys-at-Law.

Lunch sponsors were Absolute Rehabilitation and Absolute Pharmacy, Hunter Associates, University of Mount Union, Huntington Insurance, Scott Electric, and JMD Resources.

Eagle Sponsors were Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths & Dougherty Attorneys, and Rea & Associates, Inc.  Birdie Sponsors included Cassaday-Turkle-Christian, The Wally and Irma Hood Family, Williams & Case Insurance Agency, Huntington Bank, Sarchione Auto Group, JMD Resources, Berlin Lake Golf Club, Absolute Pharmacy & Rehabilitation, and U.S. Foodservice.

Hole sponsors were Mackall Optometry, Kiko Auctioneers & Realtors, Krugliak, Wilkins, Griffiths, & Dougherty Attorneys, Salem Regional Medical Center, Rea & Associates, Inc., Gromoll Drug Store, and Stitle Construction.

The Putt-Fore-Cash contest was sponsored by Williams & Case Insurance Agency.

 

About the Life Care Fund

The Life Care Fund provides financial assistance through The Oaks Foundation to Copeland Oaks residents whose financial resources are no longer adequate to cover the costs of their care such as housing, meals, prescriptions, and healthcare needs. Life Care is a concept that makes Copeland Oaks unique among retirement communities. No resident has ever been asked to leave for financial reasons.  If a resident requires financial assistance from the Life Care Fund, they have the comfort and security knowing they will continue to be well cared for. Typically, this fund provides $800,000 to $1,000,000 a year in charitable care.

The Oaks Foundation is the fundraising arm for Copeland Oaks and Crandall Medical Center. The foundation encourages philanthropy and Christian stewardship on behalf of Copeland Oaks and Crandall Medical Center. For more information on the foundation please visit www.oaksfoundation.com or contact Lisa Gentile at 330-938-7405 or lisa@oaksfoundation.com

Upcoming Events

Cruise-In Around the Lake 

Date: Sunday, July 29

Time: 12 PM-4 PM

Join us for our 2018 Classic Car Show—Admission is FREE! Guests are invited to bring their families, stroll around the beautiful 5-acre lake and see classic car models like the 57 Chevy, 66 Mustang and of course the Model T Ford! The Copeland Oaks team will be serving FREE hot dogs and snacks from the food tent. There is a $5 registration fee for classic cars that will be donated to the local food pantry.

 

Last Summer Concert of 2018

Date: Thursday, August 9

Time: 7 PM

Singer Michael Sonata and his musicians will take the stage in Murphy Auditorium at 7:00pm. Michael’s tribute to Frank Sinatra reflects a wide range of his styles. Michael’s repertoire now includes over 100 songs that Sinatra recorded. At 6:15, prior to the performance, an ice cream social will take place in the Bistro area and on the deck.

 

Sign-up Deadline for SCT

Date: Wednesday, August 15

Time: Shows start at 7 PM

Attention all SCT Season Ticket Holders!! August 15th is the deadline to sign up for season tickets for Salem Community Theater and Carnation City Players. You will find the sign-up sheets under the community theater tab of the sign-up book.

SAVE THE DATE:

A GALLERY OF TREASURES

Absolute auction to benefit the Copeland Life Care Fund

Saturday, September 15, 2018
800 S. 15th St.
Sebring, OH 44672

Takes place in the lower level of the parking deck
Registration begins at 9:00 a.m.
Bidding begins at 10:00 a.m.

AUCTIONEER

Visit www.kikoauctions.com for a listing of items to be sold.
Loads of furniture, collectibles, housewares, artwork, quilts, antiques and a minivan.
Call or email Angie Marvin, Development Officer at Copeland Oaks at
330-938-7769 or email angie@oaksfoundation.com with questions.

Meet Our Featured Resident

The Designer, Chuck Bell

Meet The Designer

Chuck Bell, a resident of Copeland Oaks Retirement Community, uses his experience as a designer for Ford, GM and Chrysler to teach classes and pass on creativity to our other residents.

  • Worked in Michigan as an auto designer for the Big Three
  • Loves to dream up concept cars
  • Drew defense maps for U.S. Army during the Korean conflict
  • Teaches art and design classes
  • Never sat on the bench for a high school or college ball game 

Why Copeland Oaks?

Remember the Packard, the Valiant and the original Dodge Dart? That’s Chuck Bell’s work! Chuck created prototypes and wrote owners’ manuals for Ford, GM, and Chrysler. At Copeland Oaks, Chuck teaches watercolor classes at the Creativity Center, builds sets for holiday productions, and is creating a T-Rex for the local YMCA Youth Day camp. Chuck has moved his design studio from Detroit to the spacious basement of his Copeland Oaks Villa.

Meet Our Featured Staff

Meet Chris Delp, Clinical Coordinator/LPN Supervisor


Congratulations to our June OAKS Award winner, Chris Delp. Our monthly OAKS Award recognizes “Outstanding Acts of Kindly Service.”

Chris started out working at Crandall Medical Center as an Aid 23 years ago until she became an LPN and worked her way up to LPN Supervisor and Clinical Coordinator. In her current position, she follows the Psychiatrist during rounds, handles pain assessments and follow-ups, among many other duties.

One of the reasons Chris was nominated for this award was because of her dedication to her job and our residents. “For weeks and weeks, Chris has been covering another full-time position, working many hours every day. That’s dedication!” said one of her coworkers.

Chris’s says the most rewarding part of working at Crandall is the opportunity to meet all of the residents and learn about their lives. When asked to describe Crandall in a brief sentence, she said, “Crandall is a great community to work and to live.”

Congratulations again, Chris. Thank you for being such an asset to our team for so long. Your commitment and hard work doesn’t go unnoticed.

Ask us how you can receive one month free rent when you move into a Lakeshore Apartment by August 30th.

Situated on the shore of scenic 5-acre Lake Copeland, Lakeshore Apartments provide independent living within the Copeland Oaks community. These one and two bedroom apartments offer spacious floor plans with designer kitchens, safe bathroom facilities, plenty of storage space, and built-in laundry.

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