"The 10 Keys to Vitality" Highlights February's Events at Windsor Park
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William J. Evans, Ph.D. will speak on the "10 Keys to Vitality" at Windsor Park, A Covenant Retirement Community on Tuesday, Feb. 12.
It's never too late to get started - a good thought when it comes to improving your health. And one that will likely come through clearly when William J. Evans, Ph.D. speaks at Windsor Park, A Covenant Retirement Community in Carol Stream in February.
The public is invited to attend "The 10 Keys to Vitality" on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 10:00 a.m. Although there is no charge to attend, pre-registration is requested by calling (630) 510-4700. Windsor Park is a continuing care retirement community and is located at 124 Windsor Park Drive.
Dr. Evans is Professor of Medicine in the Geriatrics Program at Duke University Medical Center and co-author of "Biomarkers: The 10 Keys to Prolonging Vitality." His research proves that people can improve their fitness and vitality at any age.
According to Marissa Samaan, Marketing Director for Windsor Park, Dr. Evan's research has examined the relationship between exercise, nutrition, and aging.
"This is an area in which our residents expressed an interest in learning more," explained Samaan. "We are not only excited that our residents have the opportunity to hear him, but the surrounding community as well."
A copy of Dr. Evans' book is being given away to the first 20 people who R.S.V.P. For those who aren't winners, copies of his book will be available for purchase at the event. Please call (630) 510-4700 for more information.
Other events at Windsor Park during February include:
Brunch & Browse on Tuesday, Feb. 7 at 10:00 a.m.: Taste the culinary artistry of Windsor Park's new chef, Warren DeWolfe. Afterwards, explore newly refurbished model homes and the magnificent new Centrum. Please call (630) 510-4700 to R.S.V.P. or check on availability.
Technology You Can Touch takes place on Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 10:30 a.m.: Did Dr. Evans' discussions get you excited to improve your fitness and vitality? During this workshop, learn how to use the latest health and wellness apps to meet your personal wellness goals. Tablet computers will be supplied. To attend, call (630) 510-4700 or visit Windsor's website at www.windsorparkillinois.org.
You can check out other upcoming events for March and April on the website as well. Arrange for a personal tour of Windsor Park by calling the marketing department at (630)510-4700 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More about Windsor Park:
Windsor Park is a faith-based retirement community located on 60 scenic acres in the western suburbs of Chicago. It is administered by Covenant Retirement Communities Inc. on behalf of the Board of Benevolence of the Evangelical Covenant Church. Windsor Park offers continuing care retirement including residential independent living apartments and duplex homes, assisted living, memory support and rehab & skilled nursing. Windsor Park allows you to optimize your retirement at any stage of your life in a community offering a haven for nature lovers and easy access to the metropolitan resources of Chicago. More information about Windsor Park can be found online at www.windsorparkillinois.org or by calling 630-510-4700. The executive director is Karen Larson. Jim Steere is the director of community services, and Marissa Samaan is the marketing director.
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