Legacy Ridge at Peachtree

Atlas Exploring the National Parks

Resident's Birthdays

Lysdahl, Lois 3/12Martha Reedy 3/15Bernice Sorenson 3/19Richard Jarrett 3/23

Month's Celebrations:

March 17 – St. Patrick’s DayMarch 19 – Spring beginsMarch 31- Easter Sunday

Events Spotlight

Staff Birthdays

Jordan Holmes 3/4Shanna Lamar 3/10

Staff Work Anniversaries

Norma Feckoury 3/2/1996Logan Coggins 3/10/2023Maria DeJesus 3/5/2018Keisha Charles 3/28/2023

March Special Events:

• *New Activity* Coffee & Cravings Club! We’re adding on a new outing! On the first Friday of every month at 1:15, we will take our bus out for a sweet treat and pick-me-up after lunch! We will pick a new bakery or coffee shop to visit each month!
• We’re slowly bringing the beloved Golf Cart Rides back as the weather warms up!
• March 9 – Second Saturday: the Beta Club will host the table game Olympics with us once again!
• Easter Activities:
o March 4- Easter Bracelets
o March 18 – Peeps House (like gingerbread houses… but with peeps!)
o March 25 – Painting Easter Eggs
o March 30 – Easter Egg Hunt – Families Welcome!
o March 31 – Easter Service with Pastor Jack.
• *NP* Grand Canyon Activities
o March 6 – Grand Canyon Trivia
o March 7 – Documentary: The Grand Canyon, Explained
o March 12 – Sand Art
o March 13 – Cooking Demonstration by Chef Stefany
o March 19 – Cactus Candy Taste Test
o March 20 – Documentary, The Grand Canyon’s Beauty
o March 26 – Grand Canyons Scrapbooking
o March 28 – Series: The Grand Canyon in Depth
• Legacy Lessons:
o March 1, Lion Day, National Geographic presents: Uprising of the Lion King
o March 8, International Women’s Day, History Channel presents: Epic & Historical Achievements of Women
o March 15, Sleep Day, Ted Talks present: Sleep is your Superpower, by Matt Walker
o March 22, Chair yoga and meditation by Piedmont Health
o March 29, Christ Crucified, a Good Friday Documentary

Grand Canyon

Designated a national monument in 1908; President Woodrow Wilson made Grand Canyon a national park to protect the land and the resources within it in 1919.

Executive Director Corner

Legacy Ridge at Peachtree | Nathalie White

Happy Spring! We are so looking forward to the weather warming up and us bringing back one of our favorite activities: Golf Cart Rides! We’re eager to restart our garden club, but we will be waiting until after Easter to ensure the last freeze of the season has passed us.

 This month we will be exploring the Grand Canyon as a part of our National Parks Program. Keep in mind to look out for any activity with a *NP* beside it for events that are a part of this program.

Thank you to everyone who came out for our Town Hall Meeting last month. We will host this open-forum-style gathering with all of our managers quarterly and we hope to see you all at the next one!

Should you need to reach us after hours, you can call 470-522-6744 to reach us. As always, my door is always open should you have any questions or concerns.

Grand Canyon

National Park

A world-famous natural attraction located in Arizona, the park covers 1.2 million acres of land.

Resident of the Month

Glynda Jones

Glynda Jones

Meet our March resident of the month: Glynda Jones! Glynda is a Bassfield, Mississippi native who group up as the youngest in a large family of nine! When reminiscing on her younger years, she gleefully proclaims “God really blessed us with a wonderful family!”.

Glynda’s love story began at a local county fair, where she met her husband, James Lee Jones. She recalls having eaten too much chocolate cake that day when they decided to brave the fair rides. Unfortunately, this resulted in Glynda becoming sick from all of the commotion. Despite the circumstances Glynda cherishes the memory of James being a complete gentleman, taking care of her and ensuring that she got home safely – marking the beginning of their beautiful journey together.

Mr. Jones worked in the news field and was a general in the army while Glynda worked as a 1st grade schoolteacher until they had their daughter, Shannan. Glynda’s fondest memory of growing up is when her parents gifted her with a Singer Sewing Machine. She learned how to sew in her home economics class and with this gift from her parents, Glynda became a sewing expert. She passionately recommends everyone should learn how to sew.

Pictured is Glynda with her hand-sewn bunny rabbit, which sits proudly displayed on the shelves outside of her room. While Glynda does not do much sewing these days, she still is a social butterfly. Some of her favorite activities here include bingo, happy hour, chair exercise, and craft time! Glynda is known for her sweet demur, always ready to share a smile and brighten your day. We feel quite lucky to have Glynda Jones as a part of our Legacy Ridge Family.

Leadership Team

Nathalie White
Executive Director

LeeAnne Ryan
Sales & Marketing Director

Rebecca Lee
Business Office Manager

Olga Flores
Wellness Director

Kelsey Cornnell
Lifestyle Director

Margaret Washington
Dining Service Director

Richard Blake
Maintenance Director

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Recipe of the month:

Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs
A Place For Mom | Meals and Dining in Senior Living 2022


• 6 hard-cooked eggs
• 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
• 1 teaspoon white sugar
• 1 teaspoon white vinegar
• 1 teaspoon prepared mustard
• 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion
• 1 tablespoon finely chopped celery
• ½ teaspoon salt
• 1 pinch paprika


1. Cut the boiled eggs in half and remove the yolks. Reserve the whites. 

2. Mash the yolks with a fork and add the remaining ingredients. tuff or pipe the filling into the egg white halves

A Place For Mom | Meals and Dining in Senior Living 2022

Associate of the Month

Stefany Williams

Stefany Williams

Stefany spent her childhood in Panama but moved the US with her family due to her father’s military career. She has been cooking since she was only 8 years old – her mother was also a chef. Her favorite meal to cook is Mexican, more specifically fajitas! Stefany has two brothers, two sisters, and 3 children of her own. In her free time, Stefany enjoys gardening, sewing, and thrifting. In fact, she is such an expert thrifter that she will travel to neighboring states to explore the hottest sales and deals. When she decides to stay local, Stefany starts her thrift drive in north Atlanta, and then slowly makes her way back down to south Atlanta, stopping at all the thrift stores along the way of course. Prior to her career in the food service industry, she spent 20 years as a medical office administrator. When her children moved out and the nest became empty, she decided to go to culinary school at Le Cordon Bleu and the rest is history! Since her start in this industry, she has worked at restaurants, fast food joints, hospitals, and even Disney, but senior living dining is her favorite and most fulfilling job that she has ever had. When she’s not cooking up something delicious for us to eat, you can often find Stefany chatting and even dancing with our residents during our ever-popular happy hours. We are thankful to have her joyous and easygoing personality as a part of our Legacy Ridge at Peachtree Family!

Atlas Exploring the National Parks

Grand Canyon

National Park

The Grand Canyon was formed over millions of years as the Colorado River and its tributaries carved their way through layers of rock, creating a canyon that is over a mile deep and up to 18 miles wide in some places.


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