This year we have been traveling around the world by celebrating a different country every month. February we featured China, March-Ireland, April-Russia, May-Mexico. June our travel destination will be the Tropical Islands. To celebrate the tropics and kick off summer, we will be having a cruise week at Quail. Each day we will be doing […]
Cataracts are the leading cause of vision loss in the United States, and it is the leading cause of blindness in the world. There are 24 million Americans over the age of 40 who are affected by cataracts, so it seems fitting that an entire month should be dedicated to education and awareness. Even though cataracts […]
Today was a beautiful day for the Ontario County Day of Caring. Quail Summit was honored and delighted by our very talented group of volunteers from the Cornell Cooperative Extension. Our Memory Care Garden is well on it’s way to Wonderful! Thank you United Way and Cornell Cooperative Extension Team.
The Abbey of Genesee welcomes visitors to join their community for liturgical prayer in the Abbey Church or to spend time in quiet solitary prayer. A porter is available throughout the day to provide assistance and answer questions. Adjoining the reception room they offer a selection of books and CDs about spiritual and monastic life. […]
Monday, May 13th, the Second Wind Dreams team will be giving presentations about the program. Harbor residents, please come to the dining room at 4:30pm to learn more about the program. Estates residents will be able to learn more after dinner, while enjoying dessert, around 5:30pm. Anyone submitting a dream will be entered to win […]
Quail Summit will host SALT (Seniors And Lawmen Together) on Tuesday, May 21st at 11:00am. Guest speaker Gavin Reynolds, Supervising Attorney from Legal Assistance of Western New York, will review the powers, details and limitations of Powers of Attorney, wills, probate and Estate Executors. Come with your questions. Family members are welcome to attend and […]
The first nationwide Memorial Day parade was held on May 30, 1868 by a group of Civil War Union Army Vets. They were known as “Grand Army of the Republic”. Why they chose May 30, no one knows. It had no real significance. Rumor has it that it did coincide with May 26, 1865, which […]