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Groundbreaking ceremony held for the Residence at Orchard Grove

(l to r) Shrewsbury Selectman Henry Fitzgerald; Residence at Orchard Grove Sales and Marketing Director Cindy Gerante; State Sen. Michael Moore; Residence at Orchard Grove Executive Director John Ratcliffe; LCB President Stephen Puliafico; LCB CEO Michael Stoller; State Rep. Hannah Kane; and Shrewsbury Town Historian Michael Perna
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Shrewsbury – The Residence at Orchard Grove, owned and operated by LCB Senior Living and located at 258 Walnut St. in Shrewsbury, held a dedication and groundbreaking ceremony April 4. Set to open in fall 2017, the community will offer an independent, assisted, and memory care living residences for seniors.

Over 50 attendees gathered at the event, including LCB associates from the company home office and several of their communities; associates from local senior living and care providers; community investors; local media; and town and state officials. The ceremony featured several speakers, including Shrewsbury Town Historian Michael Perna, State Rep. Hannah Kane (R-Shrewsbury); State Sen. Michael Moore, (D-Millbury); LCB Senior Living CEO Michael Stoller; and the Residence at Orchard Grove Executive Director John Ratcliffe.

LCB Senior Living was founded in 2010 by CEO Michael Stoller and President Stephen Puliafico. Headquartered in Norwood, LCB currently operates 22 communities throughout New England, and is developing several more.

For more information, visit www.residenceorchardgrove.com or call 508-841-5735.

 

 

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