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Family Night

You are cordially invited… The Residents of Autumn Ridge invite you to join them for Family Night, on Tuesday, March 1st, 2011 in the Dining Room at 5:30 pm for supper and 6:30 pm for an informational meeting and entertainment. Supper will include: Meatloaf Green Beans Candied Carrots Mashed Potatoes with Gravy Salad Roll Dessert [...]

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Autumn Ridge extends medical transportation service

The Autumn Ridge Management Team would like to officially notify you of a new transportation service that is available to you. We are now extending our transportation area outside of Vienna. This includes Carbondale, Marion, Herrin, Carterville, Harrisburg, Anna, Metropolis, Paducah, and Cape Girardeau. Autumn Ridge staff will be available to transport you and/or accompany [...]

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Memory Loss Support Group

Autumn Ridge and Family Counseling Center are offering a new Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Memory Loss Support Group that will meet monthly on the second Tuesday at 6:30PM at Autumn Ridge, SLF. This support group will be an excellent way to learn about memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, legal issues, community resources and planning for the [...]

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Autumn Ridge, a not for profit supportive living facility, has scheduled its 2nd Annual Fall Yard Sale to benefit the Resident Activity Fund on Friday, September 17, 2010. Opens at 7:00AM. Booth spaces are also available to persons interested in selling their own yard-sale type items or crafts for $10 a booth. Items sold by [...]

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Autumn Ridge Celebrates 1st Anniversary

On April 28th, 2009, Autumn Ridge celebrated its first anniversary on the day its first resident, Marie Cover, moved in one year earlier. To help commemorate this day, Marie was crowned “Queen for the Day,” and was bestowed with a tiara, scepter, royal ring, and sash. A castle shaped cake and golden punch was served [...]

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Winter Storm 2009

During the recent winter storm of 2009, southern Illinois received an especially hard blow from Old Man Winter. Power was knocked out to the facility and much of the county during the night on Tuesday, January 27th. As part of the emergency response plan, residents’ beds were moved to the dining room where a temporary [...]

Webmaster | March 31st, 2009 | Continued

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Easter Activities

To celebrate the Easter holiday season, residents participated in many traditional Easter activities including dyeing eggs and then hunting them around the facility. On Wednesday, April 8th, several residents enjoyed dyeing eggs and reminiscing about how they dyed eggs as a child and later with their own children and grandchildren. Facility Manager, Stephanie Newcomb-Whitehead, who [...]

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Mildred Harper Walks Across Illinois

Mildred Harper recently completed her 167-mile “Walk Across Illinois” and was recognized with a certificate at the February Family Night. The certificate, issued by then Illinois Lieutenant Governor Pat Quinn, states: This is to certify that Mildred Harper has successfully completed the Walk Across Illinois challenge by walking 167 miles, the equivalent of a walk [...]

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Pets of Autumn Ridge

Besides residents, Autumn Ridge has some other special critters that have moved in. Currently four pets reside here with their owners. This month two pets have been selected to be interviewed. One is very friendly and can be seen walking around the facility and the other prefers the quiet life of his apartment. The following [...]

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Spring Fling At Autumn Ridge

Autumn Ridge, a non-for profit supportive living facility, is hosting its 1st Annual Spring Fling as a fund raiser to benefit the Resident Activity Fund on Saturday, May 9th, starting at 8:00 am. Parking lot spaces will be available for a $20 fee to individuals interested in selling their own crafts and yard-sale type items.

Webmaster | March 26th, 2009 | Continued

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Marion Music Makers Entertain

Music abounded from the dining room on November 12th, as the Marion Music Makers entertained residents and guests. Formed more than 30 years ago, the Marion Music Makers are a Senior Adult band that travels to nursing homes and senior centers across Southern Illinois. Instruments in the band include a tambourine, played by Autumn Ridge [...]

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Residents Help Decorate Autumn Ridge

In case you haven’t noticed, Christmas decorations are tucked in to every nook and cranny around Autumn Ridge. There are many people to thank for this, including all the residents. From residents putting hooks on glass ornaments to others hand making Christmas ornaments to hang on the resident Christmas tree, everyone has helped make the [...]

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Trick or Treat a Scary Good Time

Ghosts, goblins, pirates, and princesses are just a few of the costumed little ones that “tricked or treated” at Autumn Ridge on October 30th. Grandchildren, great grandchildren, and other young relatives of residents were invited to trick or treat at their loved one’s apartment as well as their loved one’s friends apartment. The turnout was [...]

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Every Vote Counts

On Tuesday, October 21st, residents of Autumn Ridge made their voice heard. Thanks to the generosity of the Johnson County Clerk, Robin Harper-Whitehead and her staff, Autumn Ridge residents, staff, and the general public were able to vote early in the presidential election. The polls were open at Autumn Ridge from 4pm to 8 pm [...]

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Gettin’ Fit

Looking for a great way to socialize? Can’t stand for long periods of time but want to exercise? If so plan to attend the new exercise class at 9:00 am, Monday thru Friday, in the Dining Room. Currently the class is focusing on range of motion exercises using paper plates and weights as props, while [...]

Webmaster | September 18th, 2008 | Continued

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Floor Plans

Entire Facility
One Bedroom
Two Bedroom
Studio
Deluxe

Autumn Ridge features a total of 46 one- and two-bedroom apartments. No two are exactly the same but we offer four basic apartment types. Depending on your needs and tastes, you may be interested in the one-bedroom unit, the one-bedroom studio unit, the two-bedroom unit, or the two-bedroom deluxe unit.

No matter which apartment you choose, you can expect a number of features including a kitchenette, a spacious closet, a handicap accessible bathroom, an outdoor patio, and an emergency call system. Each apartment has both an internal and an external entrance to either our courtyard or our parking lot and wooded surroundings.

Outdoor storage facilities are optionally available.

Newsletter Articles

Residents “Walk Across Illinois”

Everyone knows walking is a great way to exercise and members of the Autumn Ridge Walking Club are exercising and participating in a health initiative sponsored by the Lieutenant Governor’s office. The initiative is known as “Walk Across Illinois.” In 2001 the Lieutenant Governor walked 167 miles from the Mississippi River to Lake Michigan to promote healthcare for everyone. Now, he is challenging Illinois residents to “Walk Across Illinois.”

Autumn Ridge residents have taken up that challenge and are walking the one-eighth mile track around the interior of the building working their “Way Across Illinois.” It takes eight laps around the interior of the building to walk a mile. To fulfill the requirements of the initiative, residents must walk 1,336 laps. After completing 167 miles, each participant will receive a certificate from the State to proclaim their accomplishments. If you are interested in joining this exercise initiative, contact the front desk to sign-up. Pedometers are also available to track your progress. Happy walking!

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Resident Spotlight...

Ms. Grace Jeanne Weber

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After graduation, Ms. Gile spent 28 years teaching and 30 years as a speech and language pathologist serving Williamson county. She would raise one son, Grayson.

During her time as a young adult, Grace traveled to Cuba and New Foundland to visit her brother in the Navy. In Cuba, she recalls seeing Fidel Castro rallying support for his attempt at a militant takeover.

Ms. Gile is a member of the 1st Christian Church in Marion where she served as a Sunday school teacher, director of the junior choir, and sang in the adult choir.

Grace enjoyed singing, competitive swimming, and performing in theater productions. She is a founding member of the Paradise Alley Players in Marion and had a starring role in “Anne Boleyn of a 1,000 Days,” the story of King Henry 8th. She is also a former Marion Music Maker tambourine player. She is excited about their upcoming performance at Autumn Ridge in November and hopes there is a large turnout.

Upon moving to Autumn Ridge, Grace commented, “I really feel fortunate that this facility was built at this time in my life.”

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Ms. Dolores Cravens (Boyd)

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Mr. Jim Ferrell

Jim Ferrell was born in Harrisburg, IL on January 1st, 1922. He would be one of nine children, with five brothers and three sisters. Jim grew up in Harrisburg and graduated high school before joining the Armed Forces and specializing in Body and Fender Repair. Jim spent over three years in the military turning his [...]

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Ms. Evelyn (Wolfe) Ingram

Evelyn (Wolfe) Ingram was born on August 16th, 1910 in DuQuoin, Illinois to a coal miner and homemaker. Born the oldest, she had five sisters and two brothers. While growing up, Evelyn recalled riding in her uncle’s car. “We would turn on the interior lights so that everyone could see us as we drove by.” [...]

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Mr. Cvetko Nikolic

Cvetko Nikolic (Nick) was born in Pzarvac, Serbia on April 11, 1937. He attended local grade schools and graduated high school in his native country. After high school Nick worked as a blacksmith before coming to the United States in 1961 at the age of 24. His father migrated to the United States and settled [...]

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Ms. Faye (Welburn) Schmidt

Faye (Welburn) Schmidt was born on July 13th, 1916 in Albion, Michigan to an interior decorator and a homemaker. Born a twin, she was the second oldest of eleven children. Faye grew up in Albion and attended public schools for 11-1/2 years before quitting to pursue a career in modeling. During grade school Faye enjoyed [...]

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Ms. Grace Jeanne Weber

Ms. Grace Jeanne Weber was born on February 10, 1922 in Marion, Illinois, the youngest of three children. She had two older brothers, Jack and Grayston. She attended schools in Marion and graduated from Southern Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and a master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology. After graduation, [...]

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Ms. June Trover

Born at home in Johnson County on June 18, 1928, June Mott lived with her family and recalls her school days when she attended a school located on Old Metropolis Road. One of four girls, she worked with her sister, Dorothy, at a “five and dime” store that was located on the square in Vienna. [...]

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