Walnut Village Hosts America’s ‘Daughters’

A Warm Welcome to History

Recently, on a delightful December day, Walnut Village in Anaheim played the perfect host to the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). About 40 members gathered at this Orange County retirement community for their monthly meeting, while immersing themselves in a patriotic, holiday-themed luncheon, featuring classic American fare.

Celebrating Heritage and Giving Back in Orange County

The DAR’s presence at Walnut Village was marked by more than just its monthly meeting. Adding a charitable touch to the event, residents enjoyed a DAR-sponsored holiday bake sale, with proceeds going to local charities, many supporting veterans.

“Walnut Village bent over backward to make us feel welcome,” said Walnut Village resident Adelia Morrison, a DAR member with roots tracing back six generations to Colonial times. Her pride in Walnut Village’s hospitality reflects the community’s commitment to embracing groups, clubs and organizations significant to its residents.

A Legacy of Patriotism and Service

DAR is a non-profit organization founded in 1890, dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history and ensuring America’s future through better education. These women, linked by ancestry to the nation’s early days, contribute millions of service hours annually in various community services, emphasizing support for military personnel and veterans, educational scholarships and aid to underserved schools. This dedication mirrors the character of the best retirement communities in California, with Walnut Village being a leading example.

A Campus of Comfort and Engagement

Walnut Village isn’t just a host for events; it’s a contemporary community inspired by the traditional “public square,” ranking it among the best senior living communities in California. It’s a place where residents engage in everyday living amidst shop-lined, open spaces. The campus features three distinct courtyards, an indoor state-of-the-art fitness and aquatic center, putting green, a serene garden, a lively lounge, a performing arts center and a center for lifelong learning, offering an abundance of life-enrichment programming. Whether it’s a peaceful stroll, a happy hour chat, or an invigorating fitness session, Walnut Village caters to every mood and interest.

Diverse Living Options and Specialized Care

At Walnut Village, accommodations range from spacious apartments to charming cottages, each reflecting the diversity and choice expected from only the best retirement communities in Southern California. The community ensures that you’re always a stroll away from amenities like morning coffee, pottery classes, fitness and aquatics, yoga, and fine dining, just to name a few. For those needing extra assistance, the Truly Yours program offers personalized assisted living, while Summer House provides specialized care for residents with Alzheimer’s and related dementias.

Embracing the Future with Walnut Village

Are you ready to embrace a life of independence and community engagement at one of the best retirement communities in California? Walnut Village represents the culmination of years of planning for a life fully in charge. To discover more about this vibrant village lifestyle and the various entry fee options, including a 90% repayment plan, consider scheduling a tour by calling 714-507-7000, by emailing WVsales@frontporch.net or online at walnutvillage.org/explore.

Walnut Village isn’t just a place to live; it’s a community that celebrates history, embraces the present, and looks forward to a future of comfort, convenience and wonder.

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