RANGELY | Eagle Crest Assisted Living has been serving the aging population in Rangely for 17 years, all that time striving to provide a safe and vibrant home to their residents. Recognizing the 12 residents […]
Dana Forbes’ fourth grade class from Rangely’s Parkview Elementary School visited Eagle Crest Assisted Living Center Sept. 25.
Ruthann Chavez, a resident of Eagle Crest, Annalee Nickson, driver of the Rangely Rambler (the senior bus), and Rangely’s very own treasure, 97-year-old Dorothy Pickens, were out enjoying Halloween.
On Monday, July 23 Rangely 4-H members brought their pets and 4-H livestock projects to visit with the Eagle Crest Assisted Living residents.
Pam Brady’s third-grade class visited the local senior center to interview individuals, then returned with completed reports on the lives of the seniors they interviewed to discuss over lunch.
The Rangely 4-H Community Council members visit the Eagle Crest Assisted Living facility once a month and alternate between playing Bingo with the residents and making seasonal crafts.