City of Salem Vice Mayor John Givens; Todd Morgan, president, MB Contractors, Inc.; Denise White, president, Coordinated Services Management, Inc.; Bob Yost, director of operations, MB Contractors, Inc.; LeeAnn Brochero, administrator, Salem Terrace; Dr. Preston Waldrop, owner; and Mrs. Jamie Waldrop.
Salem Terrace at Harrogate, a new senior living community located at 1851 Harrogate Drive in Salem, held a ribbon cutting ceremony last week. Here is a press release from Salem Terrace:
On Thursday, April 21, 2011, Salem Terrace at Harrogate celebrated its official Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by a reception for all residents, families and guests.
Several dignitaries were on hand to participate in the festivities, including U.S. Congressman Bob Goodlatte and Salem Vice-Mayor John Givens.
Charter residents were recognized during a special presentation by Shannon Ross and Chris Eberhard of the Salem Terrace marketing team. A time capsule was also unveiled and a special blessing on the community was given by L. Gerald Carter, pastor for congregational care at Second Presbyterian Church in Roanoke.
All attendees were then invited to stay and celebrate with a special reception held throughout the community. The Stardusters band played lively favorites while guests enjoyed a variety of hors d’oeuvres and refreshments prepared by Chef Michele Carder and her team.
Salem Terrace at Harrogate features a spacious dining room, theater, living room with fireplace, outdoor decks and terraces, library, and social club. The three-story community features 76 residential and assisted living apartments and 16 apartments in the Dogwood Memory Care Center. Respite care is available for independent living, assisted living, and memory care.
For more information on the Salem Terrace senior living community, please call 540-444-0343 or visit their website, www.salemterrace.com.