retirement community contributes construction materials valued at $3,500
HUDSON, OH –
Hudson Meadows Retirement Community, located at 1275 Barlow Road in Hudson,
Ohio, is pleased to donate more than $3,500 in construction materials to
Habitat ReStore, a reuse store offering home improvement materials, appliances,
and furniture, operated by Summit County's Habitat for Humanity.
newly-completed retirement community coordinated its efforts with parent
company Resort Lifestyle Communities (RLC), as well as RLC's sister company Cameron
General Contractors (CGC), with the idea being presented by a local
"As a local
retirement community, we believe in being part of the larger community in the
area, to support the important causes of housing needs for those in need," said
Jacque Eells, new live-in manager at Hudson Meadows Retirement Community.
Lifestyle Communities is a family-owned company established more than a decade
ago in Lincoln, Nebraska. RLC provides an active, enjoyable, and affordable
lifestyle for the residents living in their communities.
"In our delivery of the Resort Lifestyle, our
focus is always on the resident. We strive for a work environment in which each
employee is valued, respected, and appreciated. Our core values are key:
Respect, Honesty, Kindness and Compassion, and Service Excellence," said Kelly
Jo Hinrichs, VP Marketing for RLC. "This contribution aligns our value of
respect and our passion for housing with the mission of Habitat for Humanity—seeking
to put God's love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to
build homes, communities and hope."