Today we were honored to add four members to our Hall of Fame. Please join us in congratulating these Hometown Heroes.
News & Updates
Elders welcomed trick-or-treaters from Sneads Elementary school to celebrate Halloween. The children had a costume parade around the neighborhoods and then enjoyed a cookie social in the Blue Springs Café. Thank you Sneads Elementary School for coming out and Trick-or-Treating with us this morning. The elders really enjoyed seeing your wonderful costumes and beautiful smiles!
Last night Bro. Bill Mayo spoke at our final night of revival. Brother Bill is the Chaplain at SHC at The Courtyard as well as at Open Arms Assembly of God. His beautiful daughter Makayla started off the service with a solo. Brother Bill told the story of love, the GREATEST love. As we closed our 2017 revival, two members re-invited God to be their personal Savior.
Romans 5:12 Wherefore, as by one man sin entered into the world, and death by sin; and so death passed upon all men, for that all have sinned:
Signature Healthcare at the Courtyard competed in the 2017 Senior Olympics at the First Baptist Church in Chipley with our Sister facilities from Chautauqua, Live Oak, Chipley and Graceville.
The teams competed in events such as basketball, soccer, corn-hole, darts, and bowling. Courtyard Bulldogs won second overall with one gold and three silvers. Signature HealthCARE at the Courtyard hosts this event every year, and our elders love it.
The Elders in the picture are (from the left) Alvin Mcghee, Jimmy Hughes, Tom Herring and Robert Ivey.
Dear Signature HealthCARE at the Courtyard Community,
Signature HealthCARE teams and leaders are closely monitoring the most recent developments of Hurricane Irma. The safety and health of our residents and stakeholders remains our top priority throughout this storm. Our Toll-Free Weather Hotline 888-743-9404 will be updated every few hours.
Our dedicated staff, who are trained in emergency procedures, are actively preparing for Hurricane Irma and are in communication with local authorities.
We will provide updates to this page, the toll-free Weather Hotline, and our social media channels throughout the storm.
This month as part of our Back In Time – Restore Me Program we are celebrating the 50’s! We kicked off our 50’s month with Chocolate Malts. The Hand Jive was the dance of the decade.
Today our sister facility, Chautauqua Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, invited us over for an art class. After a delicious lunch Ms. O’Neal and Ms. Granberry each chose a special picture to recreate. Ms. Granberry decided to go with an abstract piece while Ms. O’Neal did a beach scene. They both really enjoyed getting to know their peers and of course the wine.