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Atlas Begins Breaking Ground of Venice, FL Community

In a joint venture with DMK Incorporated, Atlas Senior Living is breaking ground on its new community Legacy Reserve Venice today. Legacy Reserve will be the first Atlas community in Venice and the fourth in Florida. The 167-unit community will consist of 114 independent living, 38 assisted living, and 15 memory care residences, located at

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Atlas Hires New Leadership Team Members

Atlas Senior Living is welcoming key leadership team members this month: Lauren Hamilton as Regional Sales and Marketing Director, Ashley White as Regional Director of Clinical Compliance, and Amy Cole as Area Sales and Marketing Director. With the company’s rapid growth, including the recent acquisition of three Atlanta communities last month, more key leadership team

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Woman Turning 100-Years-Old Wishes for at Least 100 Birthday Cards

A special lady living at Angels for the Elderly is turning 100-years-old on September 8, and all she wants for the celebration of the century are birthday cards. At 4’10” and almost 100 years young, this beautiful lady reminds us that powerful things can come in small packages! Spirited, gracious, resilient, and always mindful of

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Lexington Community Lifts Seniors’ Spirits with Art Contest

Legacy Reserve at Fritz Farm, an upscale Atlas Senior Living community in Lexington, KY, is always planning something special for their residents to keep their spirits and creativity high during the pandemic. Jacqueline Kennedy, the Sales and Marketing Director for Legacy Reserve, came up with the idea of a virtual art contest that several of

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Greenville Senior Living Community Takes Comfort in Therapy Bunny

Oakview Park, an Atlas Senior Living assisted living and memory care community in Greenville, SC, has informally ‘adopted’ a therapy bunny for the residents. Six-week-old Lefy visits the residents of Oakview Park constantly and has changed a lot of lives for seniors who cannot visit their families due to the pandemic. Brittany Garfinkel, Lifestyles Director

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