During this time of Covid 19, we are not having large social events and we miss them. We have done some things to keep connected. Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor day, we had burgers grilled. People came to get them, visited with appropriate social distancing and then took them home to eat. We have done small group picnics and this fall even had a wiener roast.
The campus has a variety of locations to enjoy. The Gazebo, the Birch Grove and the walking paths that surround the community. Walk a half mile or three miles, you choose.
During Covid 19, Bethany student Risa Bohn did this chalk painting for her grandmother.
From the independence of your own home, to support with grounds care and maintenance along with a supportive neighborhood, Waterford Crossing Condominiums offers a great choice.
When the time comes that more assistance is needed, the Apartment Building and Healthcenter on the campus provides peace of mind for the future.
With Kercher Road Closed, it is easiest to cross the new overpass at Waterford Parkway and then turn left on Regent St. You will see the entrance and condominiums as you continue on Regent.
Size of a village rather than a city.
Currently there is only one home for sale. Contact Sharon at 574-534-3964 for more information
People who choose Waterford Crossing enjoy the community environment and times with neighbors. In the year of Covid-19, we have needed to be creative with social distancing.
While we couldn't have our annual bus trip this year, we are hopeful that 2021 will offer opportunities to enjoy travel.
Wiener Roast - Each cul-de-sac hosted a wiener roast and s'more's party on a beautiful fall day. Being creative in the time of Covid.
Out to Lunch Bunch - Something we miss but we are not participating in this activity in 2020.
Our homes were built so the house never forces you to move