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Valley Vintage Car Club And Fix It Forward Team Up For ‘Vintage Care Cruise’

They wanted to lift the spirits of those unable to leave their homes due to COVID-19

FARGO-MOORHEAD — Over a hundred people attended the drive with their vintage cars and paraded through the facilities around town. Fix it Forward owner Matthew Carlson says this was a simple gesture to try and bring a smile to the residents’ faces. “It’s exciting because all these people have these cool cars and it’s fun to have cool cars but…

Social Distancing: Small & Large Victories

Make Sure And Count Your Victories During The Pandemic

  This will give you some hope heading into the weekend. They’re celebrating courageous COVID-19 survivors at Eventide in Fargo. That clip was Bernice crossing the finish line in the road to recovery. She’s joined by Marlene and Vicki who celebrated their own recovery. It is so inspiring to see these brave ladies make a full recovery! Their spirit can…

Eventide in Fargo confirms 12 new COVID-19 cases

The facility now has 13 total cases

FARGO, N.D. — Eventide confirms 12 new cases of COVID-19 at the senior living facility. Eventide officials say 10 residents and two staff members at its Fargo location on 51st Street South tested positive. They say they began taking extra precautions to stop the spread last week, after a single case was reported. After the 12 new cases were confirmed,…

Eventide Fargo Confirms Resident has COVID-19

All staff that interacted with the resident have been ordered to self-quarantine for 14 days.

FARGO, N.D.–A positive case of COVID-19 has been confirmed at Eventide Fargo. A resident at the senior living community was identified as having the virus. All staff that interacted with the resident have been ordered to self-quarantine for 14 days. Eventide President and CEO Jon Riewer says, “We are doing everything we can to stop the spread of the virus…

Sanford Healthcare Provider Tests Positive For COVID-19

Sanford has been contacting people who may have come into close contact with the provider

FARGO, N.D.- Thoes at Sanford say the provider first had symptoms on March 23rd and is self-isolating at home. Eventide officials say that healthcare provider had been at the assisted living facility in Moorhead this week. Sanford says the exposure was limited to the nursing home setting and no more than 10 people were in contact with the provider. Sanford…

Eventide To Restrict Visitors Amid Coronavirus Fears

Eventide is discouraging routine social visits

FARGO, N.D. — Eventide retirement community in Fargo is restricting visitors to their campuses. They will begin screening all visitors when they enter the facility. Eventide is discouraging routine social visits during the coronavirus pandemic. They say you should stay in contact with loved ones for the time being through phone calls, texts, emails, and video chats. Categories: Coronavirus, Coronavirus-ND,…

Local senior care facilities address Coronavirus concerns

Some have limited visitors from coming in and are focusing on hygiene of their tenants and employees

FARGO, N.D. — Between its two locations in Fargo, Bethany Retirement Living usually sees about 300 visitors a day. But with concerns over the Coronavirus and other infectious diseases like the flu, staff members are trying to cut that number down to zero. “We’re asking people that if they don’t need to come and visit, don’t,” says Grant Richardson at…

Residents at Eventide in West Fargo Thank First Responders

The event is part of "Make A Difference Day."

FARGO, N.D.- Once a year, Eventide takes a day trip to the West Fargo Fire Department, Police Department and F–M Ambulance. Their first stop was the Fire Department. Residents thanked first responders for their hard work in the community by bringing donuts. “We see them a lot, it could be good or bad, but they do come to our place…

Kids And Seniors Spent The Day Together As Part of Adopt-A-School Program

This event is a kickoff to the year-long partnership Centennial students will have with the residents.

FARGO, N.D – Kids at Centennial Elementary School in Fargo spent the day with seniors at Eventide. It’s part of their Adopt–A–School partnership. Centennial is working with the senior living home throughout the year on various projects. To celebrate their first event together, students and seniors went on horse carriage rides around the parking lot. “I think the most important…