Assisted Living Residents Keep Active

Assisted Living Residents Keep Active with Putt Putt Golf

Residents of The Bridges Assisted Living Community were treated to an indoor game of miniature golf. The course included six holes with varying degrees of difficulty. At hole 3, golfers were faced with a pond of water to putt over, while hole 4 was set up with a challenging sand trap. All levels of golfers were encouraged to try their hand at a fun and somewhat competitive game. The winner was awarded with a trophy and sported a green blazer.

In addition to the golf game, assisted living residents stay active with a variety of activities designed to appeal to a wide range of interests. Activities are planned to inspire residents physically, mentally, socially and spiritually, such as chair dancing, karaoke, art classes, corn hole, Wii bowling, mind games, Bible study, and group outings to restaurants and shopping. A full calendar of activities can be found at https://bridgesretirement.com/calendar/

Acitivites at the assisted living community includes miniature golf.

Pete Zylman was the big winner of the Putt Putt tournament.