Ask St. Ann’s – Don’t Let Your ‘Stuff’ Stand In Your way!

China Cabinets, Tchotchkes: Don’t Let Your Stuff Stand In Your Way!

It’s easy for anyone to become overwhelmed with tackling clutter. Several businesses in our community offer assistance with reducing, donating and planning how your furniture will fit in your new space. A moving assistant can help you decide what to keep and how to fit it into your new home. They have connections with local businesses that can accept donations, auction off antiques, artwork and remove unwanted bulky items. But most importantly, they can help you organize your thoughts and start the process.

Nothing will change until you decide to take the first step. Part of my role at St. Ann’s is providing advice on what to do with all the stuff. I am always happy to help, even if it’s guiding you in the direction of a different apartment or senior living community. Our maintenance staff is happy to mount your flat screen TV and hang framed artwork in any one of our beautiful apartments. We are happy to put you in touch with a moving assistant and show you how our senior apartments can reduce stress and anxiety — and that is priceless!

Join us for these special events at St. Ann’s Community at Cherry Ridge!
Free and open to the public.

Seating is limited, and reservations are required. Please RSVP to Laura Stamski at (585) 697-6703, or click the links below.

Moving Made Easy 
Thursday, March 9th from 2-4pm
Special guest speakers Nancy Kourofsky, Structured Style, and Angie Flack Brown, Keller Williams Realty, will discuss the current housing market and how to get your home ready to sell.

Breakfast & Beginnings
Saturday, April 15th at 10:00am

Featuring discussion by a panel of senior living experts about independent living, an overview of levels of care, and what to expect when transitioning to senior living.
A full complimentary breakfast will be served!

This article was written by Laura Stamski, sales and marketing representative at St. Ann’s Community at Cherry Ridge. Contact her at [email protected] or 585-697-6703.

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