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Stars and Stripes of Century Park

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Century Park Associates - Atlanta, GA

Fourth of July

Independence Day 2020 looked much different than previous years. Much loved traditions were cancelled. However, that did not stop Century Park communities across the United States from celebrating their country.

Here is a look at how some buildings went red, white and blue for the 4th of July.

Garden Plaza at Cleveland Independent and Assisted Living Community, in Tennessee, created firecracker canvas art while watching the virtual fireworks from Disney World.

The Bridge at Greeley Assisted Living Community, in Colorado, participated in the Stampede Shoebox Parade with their handcrafted float. The residents loved coming together and being creative to make the Wizard of Oz-themed float.

The Bridge at Orlando Assisted Living Community, in Florida, were entertained with a Stars and Stripes presentation from The Company Players band. Residents sang along and really enjoyed the music.

Garden Plaza at Post Falls Independent and Assisted Living Community, in Idaho, started off the day singing patriotic songs. They then had a delicious barbecue and parade. The residents, dressed in their red, white and blue, lined the sidewalk waving flags at passing cars.

The Bridge at Ooltewah Assisted Living Community, in Tennessee, celebrated with a cookout and sparklers.

The Bridge at Paradise Valley Assisted Living Community, in Las Vegas, Nevada, brought in cut-outs of Uncle Sam and the Statue of Liberty that residents and associates took photos with. They also celebrated with their very own fireworks display.

The Inn at Garden Plaza Independent Living Community, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, played music and had the residents and associates dancing in the courtyard, socially distanced, of course. Everyone enjoyed getting their groove on to celebrate their country.

The Abbewood Independent and Assisted Living Community, in Elyria, Ohio, decorated their entire building in red, white and blue to show their love and support.

The Bridge at Farmington Assisted Living Community, in New Mexico, celebrated with a red, white and blue-themed vintage car parade. The residents loved seeing versions of cars they used to drive.

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