Miramont Pointe Senior Living Community to Celebrate 15 Years of Serving Greater Portland

CLACKAMAS, Ore. (June 15, 2017) – In honor of its 15th anniversary, Miramont Pointe, a Platinum Service senior living community, will host a celebration on Thurs., June 22 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. Guest speakers and special guests include: Mayor of Happy Valley Lori DeRemer, President and CEO of North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce Laura Edmonds, and Clackamas County Commissioner Sonya Fischer. The public is invited to attend and can RSVP by calling 503-698-1600.

“Since we first opened our doors in 2002, we have had the unique opportunity of meeting and caring for thousands of individuals and families who have become part of our community, and our family,” said Julie Taylor, executive director of Miramont Pointe. “We cherish every person we’ve had the pleasure of serving. We look forward to celebrating them, as well as our contributions to the Greater Portland area, at our anniversary celebration.”

Over the past 15 years, Miramont Pointe has thrived and grown. The community has implemented new programming, completed renovations, and provided amenities to better meet the changing needs of residents, team members, and guests. At the center of Miramont Point’s Platinum Service promise is to develop and provide meaningful services and offerings. One of these is the community’s unique intergenerational programming, in which K-12 and college students visit on a regular basis to volunteer and form meaningful relationships with the residents. In addition, new programming has been implemented for residents in memory care, called Music & Memory, allowing those who have dementia to experience personalized, therapeutic music-triggered memories.

The 15th anniversary event will feature entertainment by Robbie Laws, a renowned local guitarist awarded best electric guitarist in the Pacific Northwest, and Pianist Graham James. Guests will enjoy Oregon wines provided by Barley & Vine, as well as craft beer and a champagne toast. Complimentary valet and parking will be offered.

“Miramont Pointe is a great example of our distinct design, service and program offerings,” said Craig Edinger, CEO of The Goodman Group, which has managed Miramont Pointe since 2002. “This June, the community was recognized with the Bronze – Achievement in Quality award from the American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL). The award program highlights select facilities across the nation that serve as models of excellence in providing high-quality long-term care, and we couldn’t be more proud of their dedication in meeting those standards.”

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