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Caledonia Senior Living hasn’t had a single case of COVID-19
There has not been a single case of COVID-19 among residents at Caledonia Senior Living & Memory Care in North Riverside.
Caledonia Senior Living shared with ABC7 Chicago how they are successfully managing this pandemic.
The Chicago Scots Kick Off 175th Anniversary with Virtual Black Tie Event
The Chicago Scots is thrilled to officially kick off their historic 175th anniversary year by hosting the 175th Annual Saint Andrew’s Day Gala, “The Feast of the Haggis”, on Monday, November 30 beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Chicago Scots to host 19th Annual Kilted Classic, Reimagined
The Chicago Scots, the oldest non-profit organization in Illinois, is thrilled to announce their 19th Annual Kilted Classic Reimagined, running Thursday, October 1 to Sunday, October 4. 2020. Hosted virtually for the first time since its inception, the Kilted Classic Reimagined will allow golfers of every caliber to bring their best game to any course for a multi-course scramble golf tournament across North America and in Scotland.
Chicago Scots hosts The 2020 Virtual Scottish Festival and Highland Games
On Saturday, August 1, 2020, Chicago Scots hosted the 34th Annual Scottish Festival and Highland Games! Due to COVID-19, the event was held virtually this year for the first time ever. Watch the recorded version on YouTube.
Vigilance, luck, higher power credited with carrying Illinois senior living community through COVID-19 pandemic
The head of Caledonia Senior Living and Memory Care, Gus Noble, says the community has remained COVID-19-free due to the vigilance of staff, a bit of luck and the grace of a higher power.
Wayne Rethford, President Emeritus, discusses how Caledonia Senior Living has Risen to the Challenge of COVID-19
Wayne Rethford, President Emeritus, discusses how Caledonia Senior Living & Memory Care’s staff has used caution, cared for one another, and achieved an impeccable safety record through the COVID-19 situation.
Ways to Observe Tartan Day While Sheltered in Place
National Tartan Day recognizes the contributions of Scottish Americans to the U.S. and commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath 700 years ago which declared Scottish independence. For 175- years Chicago Scots have delivered on life’s most important most...
Scottish treasure stops by The Scottish Home
Residents at Caledonia Senior Living and Memory Care in North Riverside got a brush with Scottish history last week when it became a special stop during a three-week tour of one of Scotland’s national treasures – the so-called Robert Burns violin.