Bayview Blog

Tai Chi on the Lawn is Back!

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It’s time once again for Bayview’s Tai Chi on the Terrace – a free four week series in the ancient discipline of Tai Chi. Wellness Coordinator and instructor Angelika Burns is trained under Dr. Paul Lam, one of the most experienced and respected tai chi instructors in the world. This four-week series will involve a… Read More

A Wonderful New Friend: Bunny Hammersla

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By Resident Flo Lentz One of our newest residents is Bunny Hammersla who has settled in on the 4th floor and is quickly making friends here. Perhaps this is easy for her because she has done a lot of moving around during her lifetime. Her father, employed by Standard Oil, served in many different towns around… Read More

Author Jennifer Chow: Our Life Stories Matter

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By Jennifer J. Chow Shakespeare said that life “is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” However, I find meaning in stories, sentences, even a single word. When my grandmother lay in the hospital hooked up to machines, she had lost the use of her tongue. She couldn’t swallow…. Read More

2015 Primary Begins: Come to Bayview to Hear from Candidates!

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The ballots for the 2015 primary election for Seattle City Council are out. This is your opportunity to meet some of the candidates and ask your questions. On Tuesday, July 21, candidates for the at large Position 9 will be at Bayview. Alon Bassok Lorena Gonzalez Omari Tahir-Garrett  On Wednesday, July 22, candidates for District 7… Read More

Remembering Wedding Memories 50+ Years Later

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Something old symbolizes continuity and the link with the bride’s family and past. Something new represents hope and optimism. Something borrowed represents support, comfort and healing from others during times of need. Something blue stands for love and fidelity. In the month of June, Bayview displayed treasured wedding photos from residents. A wedding is the beginning of a beautiful story… Read More