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By: Marissa Salvesen on March 16th, 2016

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Crosby Commons Residents Cheer on the Huskies!

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Crosby Common residents cheer on UCONN HuskiesShelton, CT (Wednesday, March 9, 2016) - Residents of Crosby Commons Independent and Assisted Living Community in Shelton brought their energy and enthusiasm to the Mohegan Sun Arena on Saturday, March 5 th for the American Athletic Conference Quarterfinals.

The group took the trip to cheer on the UConn Lady Huskies and enjoyed two great basketball games at the tournament, watching Tulane defeat Memphis 70-64 and UConn defeat East Carolina, 92-51. The trip was organized by Activities Director, Kelly Coppola and coordinated with the help of Crosby driver, Angelo Constantini and volunteer, Karly Coppola. “It was a great trip!” shared Crosby resident, John Balogh. “I graduated from UConn in 1953, so I’m a big fan. I try to watch all the games.” When asked his predictions on the Lady Huskies for the end of the season, John was very optimistic, “They’re going to win the National Championship.”

Crosby Commons is located on the Wesley Village Campus and offers award-winning independent and assisted senior living options, along with access to a broad continuum of care. The campus is located at 580 Long Hill Avenue in Shelton and is owned and operated by United Methodist Homes, a local mission-based, not-for- profit organization. To learn more about senior living options at Crosby Commons or Wesley Village, visit www.wesleyvillage-ct.org or contact Lisa Bisson at 203.225.5024.

Photo Caption: A group from Crosby Commons Independent/Assisted Living Community cheers on the Huskies at Mohegan Sun Arena. From left to right: Rudy Tobis (family member) with residents, John Balogh, Dolly Woerner, Jim Nies, Larry Meehan, and Activities Director, Kelly Coppola.

About Marissa Salvesen

My journey into the world of senior living began when I started working for United Methodist Homes in 2010. Starting as an Activities Director at one of our-winning assisted and independent living communities and then transitioning to Marketing and Promotions Manager for UMH, I now work as the Manager of Mission Development, fostering the Mission and Values of our organization. I love sharing stories about the many ways we build meaningful relationships and enrich the lives of those we serve, and am proud to be part of building UMH’s 140-year legacy of caring. Wondering what makes our communities such special places to live and work? Connect with me and find out!

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