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Dustin, Mesa Vista’s maintenance supervisor, built the snowman with only a little extra help!
It is people like the Reuters that truly make a difference in the lives of our residents.
Mesa Vista residents had a wonderful time touring the Botanical Gardens in Grand Junction recently.
Mesa Vista residents recently enjoyed a mid-summer picnic on the lake at a nearby State Park.
Once the snow is gone, it’s never too soon to get outside!
Georgianna, Carolyn and Allison were part of the group of residents making special green shamrock cupcakes in preparation for St Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17th.
Mesa Vista Assisted Living was recently recognized as a “Leader in Dementia Care” by the Alzheimer’s Association of Colorado…
One of the great benefits of being a part of today’s more health-conscious society is the fact that many of us are living longer. Not only living longer, but staying active well into our senior years. You may have heard the phrase ‘sixty is the new forty.’ Now it is being said that ‘eighty is […]
Residents enjoy a real tea party with tea and scones—and hats for the occasion!
Residents celebrated International Picnic Day with a picnic in Cottonwood Park.
The Mesa Vista Adult Day program provides a safe and welcoming environment for your loved one. Freeing you to keep appointments, run errands or just have some personal time.
Mesa Vista Residents Hammed It Up For The “Good Old Days”…
Social networking sites are increasingly used to keep up with close social ties.
Defining AL by the nature and quality of individuals’ experiences!
Colorado is the only state in history, to turn down the Olympics. In 1976 the Winter Olympics were planned to be held in Denver.