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Life Care Center of The Willows resident wins Christmas card contest

Christmas in the snow

Roberta Worthington, a resident at Life Care Center of The Willows in Valparaiso, is proud that her artwork is now being sent around the country on the front of hundreds of Christmas cards.

Life Care Center of The Willows resident hosts weekly radio show

Resident Michael Austin at the radio station

Tune in to WVLP 98.3 FM in Valparaiso, Indiana, on Tuesday mornings from 11 a.m. – noon, and you will hear Michael Austin, a resident at Life Care Center of The Willows in Valparaiso. 

Austin is the host of “Earworm Soup,” a show on the community radio station that features different genres of music, focusing on a different year for each show. His debut on Aug. 11, 2015, featured hits from 1985.

102-year-old Marjorie Gomoll: “It’s a beautiful day for golf”

Resident Marjorie Gomoll putts with the help of certified nurse assistant Dee Nevil at Creekside Golf Course in Valparaiso.

Originally published in The Times of Northwest Indiana on July 24, 2015. Reprinted with permission.

Even professionals golfers have trouble sinking a putt.

Marjorie Gomoll did it Monday at Creekside Golf Course, which might not seem out of the ordinary – but Gomoll is 102.