Welcome to another New Post Wednesday on The Scruff. Here’s the latest scoop:
Did you hear that one of our properties made it into Affordable Housing Finance earlier this month? Check out the great article about The 1100 Studio Apartments, on the AHF website, here!
Radnor Towers staff in Nashville, TN had a delightful visit with our Chaplain, Walter Ghosten.
Martha Hopkins, Senior Vice President, took her team from the Little Rock, AR area out to lunch while conducting site visits.
Several of LHP’s Corporate staff recently enjoyed lunch and a show at the historic Tennessee Theatre on Gay Street. The event is Mighty Musical Monday. It’s free and open to the public. A local musical group will perform and a major highlight of the show is watching Dr. Bill Snyder play the Wurlitzer organ. If you’re ever in downtown Knoxville on the first Monday of the month, around lunch time, you don’t want to miss this!
Be sure to keep everyone up to date about the events at your property by emailing email@example.com. Let us know what’s going on and we’ll see if the news can find a home on The Scruff!
With gratitude & coffee,