Posted on December 18, 2014 by Taylor Rhea
Charlie Chaplin became a worldwide icon in the silent film era through his screen persona as the silent “Tramp” clown. Red Skelton, one of America’s most well-known clowns, starred in more than 20 movies and had his own radio and television show. And Patch Adams, a young doctor in the ‘70s, began clowning for hospital patients and was portrayed by late comedian Robin Williams in a Hollywood film.
What was it about these clowns that made them great? Was it their exaggerated facial expressions? (more…)
Category: Active Aging, Wit & Wisdom
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Posted on July 2, 2014 by Sarah Mathison
When Deb Thorson started working at Atria Copeland, she thoughtfully took the lead on making sure that every employee is recognized on their birthday. (more…)
Category: Our Team
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Posted on October 17, 2013 by Taylor Rhea
Geraldine Newman fell in love with hot air balloons when she was a little girl. And she waited 100 years to board one.
Category: Active Aging
Tags: Active Aging, Atria Copeland, centenarian, Geraldine Newman