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  • Residents Bob and Beth Carlson Love their Hudson Valley Cottage at The Fountains

    Residents Bob and Beth Carlson Love their Hudson Valley Cottage at The Fountains

    FREE YOURSELF The right retirement community lets you live independently with future access to all the services and support you desire. “That’s really what I tell friends when I’m trying to tell people they should go to this kind of a community. That’s one of the things I tell them, that you are totally independent […]

  • Resident Regina Samelson – Holocaust Survivor

    Resident Regina Samelson – Holocaust Survivor

    Having survived one of the deadliest genocides in history, it’s no wonder resident Regina Samelson looks at life as a blessing. Born May 16th, 1922, Regina recently celebrated her 95 birthday. She was born in Lodz, Poland, and was one of 7 children. When WWII broke out she and one sister went to Plotrokow while the […]

  • Garden Art at The Inn

    Garden Art at The Inn

    Residents in our Assisted Living neighborhood enjoyed an afternoon of garden art recently. They created a beautiful mosaic stepping stone for our garden. It was a group effort, led by Jen Cross, our delightful Community Life Assistant. The project was a big success, and brought many smiles!

  • Fountains Resident Bea Lacativa is Honored at Centenarian Luncheon

    Fountains Resident Bea Lacativa is Honored at Centenarian Luncheon

    A wonderful time was enjoyed by all at the Dutchess County Office for the Aging Senior Awards luncheon yesterday. The Fountains was proud to have one of our residents, Bea Lacativa honored as a centenarian during the celebration. Bea is such an incredibly youthful 102 year old, that our County Executive, Marc Molinaro could not believe […]

  • Flowers Gifted to Assisted Living Residents Brought Big Smiles Today at The Fountains

    Flowers Gifted to Assisted Living Residents Brought Big Smiles Today at The Fountains

    Thanks to the kindness and generosity of a local florist, Renewed for You Bouquets, many residents here at The Fountains at Millbrook were delightfully surprised with beautiful bouquets of flowers today. Thank you Kathleen, your thoughtfulness touched many hearts today, and we are all grateful! The photos speak a thousand words…

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Resident Regina Samelson – Holocaust Survivor

Having survived one of the deadliest genocides in history, it’s no wonder resident Regina Samelson looks at life as a blessing. Born May 16th, 1922, Regina recently celebrated her 95 birthday. She was born in Lodz, Poland, and was one of 7 children. When WWII broke out she and one sister went to Plotrokow while the […]

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Garden Art at The Inn

Residents in our Assisted Living neighborhood enjoyed an afternoon of garden art recently. They created a beautiful mosaic stepping stone for our garden. It was a group effort, led by Jen Cross, our delightful Community Life Assistant. The project was a big success, and brought many smiles!

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Flowers Gifted to Assisted Living Residents Brought Big Smiles Today at The Fountains

Thanks to the kindness and generosity of a local florist, Renewed for You Bouquets, many residents here at The Fountains at Millbrook were delightfully surprised with beautiful bouquets of flowers today. Thank you Kathleen, your thoughtfulness touched many hearts today, and we are all grateful! The photos speak a thousand words…

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Residents Bob and Beth Carlson Love their Hudson Valley Cottage at The Fountains

FREE YOURSELF The right retirement community lets you live independently with future access to all the services and support you desire. “That’s really what I tell friends when I’m trying to tell people they should go to this kind of a community. That’s one of the things I tell them, that you are totally independent […]

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Resident Nadine Brill is Blissfully Happy at The Fountains

KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE You can’t relive the past so why not enjoy the future? At the right retirement community, you can. “You have to look forward to all the things that are going to happen and so many good things happen. I can’t think of a day here that I haven’t been happy.” […]

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Resident Sandy DeMasi is Enjoying Carefree Living at The Fountains

TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR OWN FUTURE You can prevent lots of heartache for yourself and your loved ones by exploring your retirement living options early. “I was worried that I did not want my children being concerned about us. I did not want to make it hard on them. I know what it’s like to […]

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Restaurant Week in the Hudson Valley

The snow didn’t nix all our plans for Restaurant Week! We were still able to go to the Terrapin restaurant in Rhinebeck for a delectable Prix Fixe dinner outing! The advertisement reads, “From far-flung origins, the world’s most diverse flavors meet and mingle here, in this room, at your table. From elements both historic and eclectic comes something surprising, […]

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Angry Orchards Tour

This time our backyard adventures led us to “Angry Orchards Hard Cider House” and “Citrus” a local Indian/Thai restaurant. We enjoyed a wonderful buffet filled with delectable Indian and Thai foods. Who knew that a “beet based” dessert would be so good! After lunch we boarded the bus and headed over to Angry Orchards. The delightful smell of apples and spices greeted us as we […]

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Our Latest Backyard Adventure

We got to howl with the wolves on our latest backyard adventure – literally! Our adventure took us to the Wolf Conservation Center. The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC), founded in 1999 by Helene Grimaud, is a private, not-for-profit environmental education organization. The WCC also participates in the Species Survival Plan (SSP) and Recovery Plan for two critically endangered wolf […]

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Fountains Resident Bea Lacativa is Honored at Centenarian Luncheon

A wonderful time was enjoyed by all at the Dutchess County Office for the Aging Senior Awards luncheon yesterday. The Fountains was proud to have one of our residents, Bea Lacativa honored as a centenarian during the celebration. Bea is such an incredibly youthful 102 year old, that our County Executive, Marc Molinaro could not believe […]

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Veterans offer life lessons in service, featured in Healthy Aging.

We are thrilled to announce that we have received outstanding national coverage for our Veterans Life Lessons initiative in the Healthy Aging Magazine, published on November 11th, 2016. To read the original article, please click here. Celebrating Our Veterans Around the U.S. Watermark Retirement Communities Shares Vet Words of Wisdom From practical, lifesaving advice, “You […]

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Bridging the Generation Gap Through Music

There was a wonderful article written in the Poughkeepsie Journal today that was both enlightening and inspirational. To view the entire article written by Karen Maserjian Shan of the Poughkeepsie Journal, published on July 15th, 2016, please click here. The notion that seniors and children have nothing in common has become a thing of the […]

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Caring.com Review – Impressed with the Beautiful Grounds and Easy Access to Amenities

Fountains at Millbrook’s staff was very nice, and we’re very impressed. The apartments were inside the main building and close to where you go to have your meals, so everything was very convenient. The grounds were absolutely beautiful and had walking trails. They also had bus transportation within the community. The price was fairly reasonable […]

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Caring.com Review – The rooms are beautiful!

The Fountains and its rooms were beautiful. I saw a two-bedroom apartment. The dining area was nice and big. The people were very nice. They had bingo and bowling.

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Caring.com Review – Great Place for Dad

I liked The Fountains at Millbrook. Everything was very good, and I think my father would like it. The food was good, and they had a restaurant-type of atmosphere. The rooms are very nice and spacious. They have a cord if you need help and you can’t get up. The place is clean and well-kept. […]

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