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The Landis Communities Communications team has released a new publication – the Fall 2022 FLOURISH magazine. In this issue, there are stories of those who make Landis Communities so special, as well as Community Impact Features and a snapshot of the Annual Report.

The story of the butterflies specifically mirrors this time for Landis Communities. We are emerging from the pandemic, like the butterflies from their cocoon, with new ways to life each other up and make life meaningful.

In other stories, Hal and his daughters honor their loved one by planting flowers others can enjoy. Merle, from Welsh Mountain Home, uses his knowledge of how to grow corn to produce a harvest for his friends and neighbors. Doris, a client from Landis Adult Day Services, stays active and helps others.

As we welcome each new season, we continue to see ways the residents, clients, families and team members of Landis Communities inspire each other to reach new heights as they take flight in our community.

In this issue, Hal Saydah, a resident at Landis Homes, speaks about how he and his daughters honor his wife’s memory by planting flowers in the Dogwood Courtyard Garden.

This issue also features residents Charlie Longenecker, Agnes Hacker, and Janet Kline, who are members of the Friends of the Woods and Wetlands, and collect, raise, and release monarch and swallowtail butterflies.

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