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Shrewsbury, Community News Arbor Terrace Shrewsbury Executive Director Encourages Life and Liveliness at Every Stage

Arbor Terrace Shrewsbury Executive Director Meghan Windrem has been part of The Arbor Company team for nearly five years, with 20 years of experience in the senior living industry. Her previous positions include being a social worker and nursing home administrator. What she believes these roles have in common is a compassion for the human experience and for living life to the fullest at every stage. 

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Shrewsbury, Community News Resident Finds Creative Passion in Pandemic

When we think of the challenges of 2020 and the emotional upheaval that came along with the COVID-19 pandemic, one could have easily overlooked some of the pleasant surprises and magical moments that also surfaced. In the midst of uncertainty, an Arbor Terrace Shrewsbury resident's unknown passion for jewelry making was unearthed and her happy place found. 

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Shrewsbury, Community News A World Kindness Day Food Drive

In commemoration of this year’s World Kindness Day, a global day set apart on Nov. 13, 2020, to inspire intentional acts of kindness, Arbor Terrace of Shrewsbury partnered with Lunch Break Food Pantry located in nearby Redbank, N.J. 

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Shrewsbury, Community News A Good Life with Bumps Along the Way

Birthdays will always be worth celebrating and a way to make deeper connections at Arbor Terrace Shrewsbury. The July 26th celebration of senior resident, Jane Murphy, was no exception, despite COVID-19 and current news.

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Shrewsbury, Community News A Special Graduation Celebration Served

When Arbor Terrace Shrewsbury kitchen server Alan Drake recently earned his diploma from Long Branch High School, his Arbor staff family was determined to serve him for once, with an unforgettable graduation celebration. With so many special ceremonies and family plans thwarted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the staff remained committed to the standard of putting people first. “Alan has been with us a year, and he’s worked so hard here and in school,” said Dena Dinsmore, Engagement director at Arbor Terrace. “As his Arbor family, we are proud of him and felt it was important to celebrate his accomplishment. Plus, we all felt terrible that he and other seniors were not able to have a formal [graduation] ceremony.” The graduation festivities, which included cake, decorations and a rendition of the traditional Pomp and Circumstance, were hosted as a surprise for Alan. The team even coordinated a way to have his cap and gown on hand, so Alan could don his graduation attire while walking in front of an audience. “This milestone means a lot to me,” said Alan, who plans to attend Brookdale College in the fall and major in business. “And I was overwhelmed and very grateful for how the staff chose to celebrate me.”

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