The Inspiration Wood promise – to provide welcoming accommodations, warm hospitality, and award-winning catering — began with hope and faith.
After years of preparation, Residences at Coffee Creek opened its doors to the public and signaled it is officially open for business with a soiree unlike any other. The senior living community truly emphasized the “grand” in the phrase grand opening; endless treats, games, and activities awaited the guests, as did glimpses of the community's deluxe amenities. The Residences at Coffee Creek team wanted to welcome the community with open arms, so they didn’t hesitate in pulling out all the stops.
“This is a day that we’ve been waiting for a really long time and it’s finally here,” said Kaitlynn Redmon, Executive Director for Residences of Coffee Creek. “We’re really proud of this team here—we’ve been working...
Freshman year of high school, Justin Savich walked into gym class. He was smaller than the smallest girl in the whole school (2,000 kids), he was 5-foot-tall, and 89 pounds. He knew immediately that he wanted to build up. Though he never played any sports in high school, he discovered his true passion was working out.
One of the many features that sets Residences at Coffee Creek apart from other senior living communities is their attention to detail. This is especially apparent when it comes to the dining experience available to seniors. Incorporating locally sourced flavors with comforting options, Residences at Coffee Creek sets out to enhance quality of life for residents and their visitors’ experience.
Heading into our tenth year, the Life Sites continue to experience tremendous growth with an audience of over 65,000 readers and good news flowing from over 150 entities that we partner with. There is definitely no shortage of great and fantastic things happening across the region! Without further ado, I’d like to welcome some of the new and upcoming Partners of Life to our media family! Caution--GREAT news below:
Renovating a hair salon to an insurance office is no easy task, but for General Insurance Services, the task was worth the effort. The company celebrated the opening of their latest endeavor, the transformation of the building on Lincolnway in Valparaiso, which finally brought the company home.
Despite the cold weather on Friday November 16th, members of the Cedar Lake Town Council and Chester Inc. were outside with hardhats and shovels celebrating a groundbreaking ceremony in Cedar Lake.
Franciscan Health and Beacon Health System broke ground Friday on the $21.6 million Franciscan Beacon Hospital in LaPorte. The project officially got underway after city and health system representatives blessed the ground of the future new hospital and ceremoniously sunk their shovels into the earth outside the current Beacon Medical Group building.
Please join Hammond Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr., Hammond Redevelopment Commission, and officials of Ice Kube LLC as they break ground for the new Ice Hockey Complex on the former Hammond FOP site, 2825 J. F. Mahoney Drive in the Hessville section of Hammond on Wednesday, November 7th at 2:30 p.m.
Along with the company’s efficient and reliable service, CompressAir representatives team up with their customers to reduce energy costs and maximize their compressed air systems’ efficiency. With such an emphasis on doing right by the customer, it’s only fitting that CompressAir invests additional time and energy in the community it serves.
The Porter County Career and Technical Center (PCCTC) has helped empower young people to make meaningful career choices through intermediate classes since 1971. The PCCTC has offered hands-on, real-world experience to thousands of students throughout the years and continues to do so. The classes are designed to prepare teens as they enter college or the workforce. Such classes include nursing, video production, machine trade, graphic design and much more.