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Heritage of Green Hills hosts Pig Roast Party

Reading Eagle - 4 October 2023

The Heritage of Green Hills, a senior living community in Berks County, hosted a Hawaiian-themed pig roast party for its independent living community.

Residents and guests enjoyed a variety of chef-prepared items, including whole-roasted pork, barbecue ribs, smoked brisket, grilled salmon, classic BBQ sides and seasonal autumn cocktails.

The Heritage of Green Hills is a leading independent senior living community offering the full continuum of care on its sprawling 79-acre campus in Cumru Township. 


Heritage of Green Hills hosts Pearl Harbor Lecture

Times Chronicle & Public Spirit - 24 Sep 2023

The Heritage of Green Hills hosted a special luncheon presentation for its resident veterans and spouses of veterans.

Winifred Foster Woll’s presentation, “The White Caps of Pearl Harbor,” tells the heroic story of the Army and Navy nurses who treated those wounded during the Dec. 7, 1941, attack in Hawaii.

Among those brave nurses was Woll’s mother, Teresa Stauffer Foster, who was stationed at the Tripler Hospital in Oahu, Hawaii, on that infamous date. Woll has documented the stories of many nurses who served at Pearl Harbor and is currently the Pennsylvania Chairperson for the Son & Daughters of Pearl Harbor Survivors.

The Heritage of Green Hills, one of Berks County’s top senior communities, hosts many special events throughout the year to honor and pay tribute to the contributions made by their resident veterans.


Heritage of Green Hills hosts Little Black Dress Party

The Southern Berks News - 14 Sep 2023

Residents from one of Berks County’s top senior communities, The Heritage of Green Hills, paid tribute to the classic film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” with their annual Little Black Dress party, celebrating the legacy of Audrey Hepburn in style.

The soiree featured a bevy of lovely senior fashionistas, who donned their most glamorous black dresses and pearls to celebrate womanhood, happiness, and friendship.

Attendees received a silk rose and a cosmopolitan or sparkling cider and were encouraged to try belly dancing.

For the first time, this year’s event was held in two locations at once — just like their neighbors in independent living, the ladies in the new Care Center’s personal care and memory care neighborhoods got glammed up for an afternoon of beauty, fun and reminiscing as they embodied the spirit of Audrey Hepburn’s quotation, “I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls.”


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