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Live More at Cedar Community | The power of purpose – Volunteer Highlight | By Carrie Sturn

Washington Co., WI – Living at Cedar Community provides so much more than just a new home. For many, it also provides opportunities for more purposeful living. Volunteering provides meaningful and fulfilling ways for residents to share their time and talents and is a significant benefit to Cedar Community. The emphasis on volunteer opportunities and serving others aligns with the idea that finding purpose in life can lead to longer, healthier, and happier lives. That couldn’t be truer than with our Cedar Ridge Campus residents
who serve as ambassadors.


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Ambassadors represent Cedar Community at a variety of special events, including seminars, open houses, socials, and more—providing tours of apartments and amenities at the Cedar Ridge Campus.

They also serve as an extension of the sales team, providing tours for new residents to help them become acclimated to their new homes. Ambassadors also provide individualized tours when team members are unavailable to do so. They offer guidance and an honest snapshot of what to expect when you make a move to Cedar Community.

When new residents embark on their journey at Cedar Community, team members and residents are ready to make them feel welcome. Making a decision to move to a community of adults 55 and better comes with a multitude of questions, and often some anxiety. To help make the transition as smooth as possible, our residents play a crucial part in welcoming new residents and providing them with a genuine and honest understanding of life at Cedar Community.

CLICK HERE to meet our Ambassadors Bill Hansen, Ann Heath, Pat Henke, Laurie Hendrickson, Frank Miezio, John Kocourek, Nancy Naab, Kathy Piepenburg, Yury Shafir and Rondi Weber in Cedar Community’s spring edition of Live More Magazine.

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