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Photo Essay: Scenes From a Celebration

The rain couldn’t dampen the high spirits and fun that accompanied Daniel Pointe’s grand opening December 15.

The celebrations kicked off with a Champagne toast in the theater the evening prior. There, a full house of residents with their family and friends were introduced to the pre-open sales teams who had arrived to help host the celebrations. The daughter of a resident then sang the national anthem.

The next day, the celebrations (and resort-style partying) continued. The culinary team, bolstered by help from visiting chefs from sister communities, put together an amazing spread for the visiting crowds including fresh-rolled sushi, prime rib, stir-fry, and bananas Foster.

The event was made special as dozens of local dignitaries from four area chambers of commerce showed up to officially open the community with a ribbon cutting.

Graham Whorley, a renowned local folk singer and songwriter, entertained with live music while field office colleagues helped managers Tom and Roxanne give tours and greet residents, friends and families.

One overheard resident summed up our thoughts exactly: “Thank you to all for a wondrous day!”

Picture below: Chef making homemade sushi rolls. 

Picture below: The beautiful ice sculpture. 
Picture below: The dining room supervisor, getting his photo taken with musician Graham Whorley. 
Picture below: The valet team, who hustled to park everyone's car. 
Picture below: residents enjoying the delicious food. 
Picture Below: Managers Roxanne and Tom cutting the ribbon! 

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