McKinley Place will celebrate its grand reopening with its
assisted living residents and the entire community from 11 a.m.
to 3 p.m. Saturday.
McKinley Place, W56 N225 McKinley Blvd., recently changed its
name from Cedar Gardens to align more closely with its mission,
to provide a vibrant community, not just a building, where
senior residents can thrive.
“Our community extends beyond the walls of McKinley Place,” said
Jeri Stroiman, executive director. “For 19 years, we’ve been
honored to enrich the health and well being of our
Cedarburg-area senior residents with supportive, stimulating
environments and compassionate care. With this celebration, we
acknowledge with gratitude the pivotal role that our families,
friends and neighbors play in our opportunity to connect our
residents with their best selves.”
“Our core values at McKinley Place are compassion, excellence,
humility, fun and integrity,” said Stroiman. “We look forward to
involving our fellow Cedarburg neighbors in living out our
values and our mission to provide our treasured senior residents
with the means for their minds, bodies and spirits to flourish.”
The celebration is free and open to the public. There will be
barbecue and live music.