Pine Haven to dedicate new campus facility

Pine Haven Christian Communities will hold a dedication ceremony for their new Haven Drive campus on September 12. This event will be combined with their annual autumn festival and brat fry to benefit the residents of Pine Haven Christian Communities. The dedication ceremony will begin at 1:30 p.m. and will include performances from the Pine Haven Men’s Chorus, a short prayer, and brief words from community leaders. The event will take place in the Community Center of the new Haven Drive campus, which provides a full continuum of care for seniors, located at 220 Haven Drive in Sheboygan Falls. Attendees are encouraged to tour the new community after the ceremony. There will be entertainment and informational videos in marked locations around the campus.

“God has guided Pine Haven to always serve the needs of our residents in His name,” said Ron Walvoort, CEO at Pine Haven. “We are humbled to be able to share the blessings we’ve received with the community during this dedication ceremony, acknowledging that Jesus Christ is the cornerstone of all we do here – and certainly the foundation upon which this new campus was built.”

Immediately after the ceremony, the annual autumn festival and brat fry held by the Pine Haven Women’s Auxiliary will take place in the Community Center, running until 6 p.m. The festival will include food, entertainment, and harvest crafts. Produce, crafts, baked goods, canned items, and pies will be available for purchase – most of which are hand-crafted by members of the Women’s Auxiliary. There will also be brats, burgers, potato salad, baked beans, desserts, and beverages served from approximately 2:45 p.m. until 6 p.m. Take outs are available. All proceeds benefit the residents of Pine Haven Christian Communities.

Pine Haven Women’s Auxiliary and all the staff at Pine Haven Christian Communities encourage everyone to come by to enjoy the festivities, while supporting your community.

Pine Haven Christian Home was opened by local area churches in 1950 to provide our seniors the loving care Christ would provide. The first campus is located on Giddings Avenue in Sheboygan Falls and now offers 115 traditional assisted living resident rooms and 22 assisted living rooms for those with memory care needs. Pine Haven’s Pine Drive campus in Oostburg offers 30 assisted living apartments with three levels of care. The Haven Drive campus on the north side of Sheboygan Falls, offers a full continuum of care on one campus. The supported independent living (residential care apartment complex) portion of the Haven Drive campus opened in 2007 with 40 apartments, called Prairie Crossing. The skilled nursing facility at our Haven Drive campus opened in June 2015, and includes 36 rooms for long term care and an entire rehabilitation department with inpatient/outpatient gym and 14 patient rooms. The community based residential facility at our Haven Drive campus opens in August 2015, and offers 24 rooms for later stage memory care, 8 rooms for high acuity memory care, and 8 rooms for traditional assisted living. Pine Haven’s mission is to provide the aging population we serve an environment that is a Christ-centered, safe haven offering quality, compassionate care. For more information about Pine Haven visit www.pinehaven.org or contact Pine Haven at 920-467- 2401.


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