Forget the Activity Calendar . . . ACT NOW!

Don’t be “locked in” by the Activities Calendar you created last month. There is time to be innovative and do something that helps your residents stay attuned with positive things that are going on in the “outside world”.

Progressive Retirement Lifestyles

NCAA Basketball One of the most publicized CURRENT EVENTS that involves millions of people in the workplace every year IS HAPPENING NOW →  the NCAA Basketball Tournament.  What are you doing to involve your residents in the excitement that permeates our entire society – aka “ March Madness ”?
  • There are 68 schools in the Tournament.
  • The schools represent 32 stat2014 March Madnesses plus the District of Columbia (Washington, D.C.) {65% of states}.
  • Two-thirds of these States have more than one school in the tournament.
  • One-third have 3 or more schools participating.
  • 4 states:  California, North Carolina, Ohio, and Texas have 4 schools included.

Can you identify a participating school from your state and generate interest and support from your resident population for that school(s)?  For multi-school states, you’ve got a perfect opportunity to create some friendly competition within your community to produce an additional level of excitement.

  • Set up your own March…

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