Court House Manor holds groundbreaking


Court House Manor recently held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate both five years of its new facility and to announce an upcoming 24-unit assisted living facility on the grounds. Julie Bolender, business development coordinator, said thanks to everyone who came to celebrate and share in the excitement of the new assisted living facility. Pictured (L to R): front row: Washington C.H. City Manager Joe Denen, Assistant Administrator Missi Knisley, Administrator Sue Thomas, vice president of HCF Management Scott Unverferth, Bolender and Whitney Gentry, Fayette County Chamber of Commerce President. The group is pictured with various Chamber of Commerce ambassadors.


Court House Manor recently held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate both five years of its new facility and to announce an upcoming 24-unit assisted living facility on the grounds. Julie Bolender, business development coordinator, said thanks to everyone who came to celebrate and share in the excitement of the new assisted living facility. Pictured (L to R): front row: Washington C.H. City Manager Joe Denen, Assistant Administrator Missi Knisley, Administrator Sue Thomas, vice president of HCF Management Scott Unverferth, Bolender and Whitney Gentry, Fayette County Chamber of Commerce President. The group is pictured with various Chamber of Commerce ambassadors.

Court House Manor recently held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate both five years of its new facility and to announce an upcoming 24-unit assisted living facility on the grounds. Julie Bolender, business development coordinator, said thanks to everyone who came to celebrate and share in the excitement of the new assisted living facility. Pictured (L to R): front row: Washington C.H. City Manager Joe Denen, Assistant Administrator Missi Knisley, Administrator Sue Thomas, vice president of HCF Management Scott Unverferth, Bolender and Whitney Gentry, Fayette County Chamber of Commerce President. The group is pictured with various Chamber of Commerce ambassadors.
http://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2017/06/web1_received_1363297790419000.jpegCourt House Manor recently held a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate both five years of its new facility and to announce an upcoming 24-unit assisted living facility on the grounds. Julie Bolender, business development coordinator, said thanks to everyone who came to celebrate and share in the excitement of the new assisted living facility. Pictured (L to R): front row: Washington C.H. City Manager Joe Denen, Assistant Administrator Missi Knisley, Administrator Sue Thomas, vice president of HCF Management Scott Unverferth, Bolender and Whitney Gentry, Fayette County Chamber of Commerce President. The group is pictured with various Chamber of Commerce ambassadors.