One Hundredth Birthday

One Hundredth Birthday brings feelings of hope and joy. It was one of those “you had to be there” moments….a special  gathering in  the Community Room of Poplar Terrace, one of the six senior apartment buildings owned and operated by Community Homes of Lebanon County The occasion – One hundred-year-old Irene Wike, surrounded by friends…

Life Emergency Access File (LEAF)

Life Emergency Access

Local First Responders introduced to Life Emergency Access File for senior residents Community Homes of Lebanon County, a local leader in providing safe, affordable housing for senior citizens. The Resident Services staff assist elderly and disabled residents living in their affordable housing communities to identify, locate, and acquire the services necessary to remain self-sufficient. The…

Charlie’s Corner: Compassion

Compassion at the heart of all we do. We take a close look at another of our Core Values this time – Compassion. The Miriam Webster dictionary gives us a nice concise definition – “Compassion is the sympathetic consciousness of other’s distress together with a desire to alleviate it.” At Community Homes we are focused…

Charlie’s Corner: Hope

It often begins with Hope. I love the word hope. It is one of our Core Values. According to the Miriam-Webster dictionary, “Hope, in general definition, means a desire for things to change for the better, and to want that better situation very much.” In the case of Community Homes and its pursuit of increasing…

Wenger Foundation Donation photo

Wenger Foundation supports Community Homes Campaign

Wenger Foundation supports Community Homes Campaign The Wenger Foundation was founded in 1996 with a mission to support religious, educational, and community services programs through corporate contributions from Wengers of Myerstown, as well as individual contributions, and fund solicitations for special events, most notably the Annual Praise Dinner. The Community Homes Capital Campaign is the…

Community Homes residents and staff get the vaccine

With a welcome assist from two CVS pharmacists, Sitora Muhamedora and Kianna Sebrell, over 50 residents of Tulpehocken Terrace, Myerstown, plus Community Homes staff members Charlie Rush (CEO), Tammy Miller (Executive Administrative Assistant), Jane Keller (Director of Resident Services), and Charlotte McNamara (Site Administrator), received Covid-19 vaccine shots on Sunday, January 31st. Despite bad weather…