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On Thursday, May 11 Mayor Cathy Noon will provide an update on the Centennial NEXT project, an initiative that engages the public in defining a shared vision for the City between now and 2030.

“Our goal is to create a plan that will promote quality of life, a sense of community, economic vitality, supporting infrastructure, responsible government that leaves a legacy for future generations,” said Mayor Noon.  “To help with this planning effort, we have solicited input from the people who know Centennial best – our residents, businesses and stakeholders – to help identify opportunities, challenges and visions for Centennial’s future.”

A draft plan for Centennial NEXT, including implementation templates are in the works and it is the City of Centennial’s goal to adopt the plan in July of this year.  There will be a question and answer session after Mayor Noon’s presentation.

Mayor Noon’s presentation at the Holly Creek Retirement Community on Thursday, May 11 begins at 11:30 am and includes lunch. Because seating is limited, guests must RSVP at 720.897.3624. Holly Creek is located at 5500 East Peakview Avenue, Centennial 80121.

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Retired professor and Holly Creek resident, Carol Hodges still loves research and teaching.  So much so that she will be presenting at a luncheon hosted at Holly Creek that focuses on how to age successfully. The luncheon is Thursday, February 9. Read More…

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 January 12th  real estate forum gives seniors answers! Realtor Jim Holmes will provide market analysis and host Q&A at Holly Creek    On Thursday, January 12 certified senior real estate specialist Jim Holmes will provide a market analysis on the current. Read More…

More than lovely apartment homes, resort-style amenities, a full calendar of activities, and unique Masterpiece Living™ programs, Holly Creek is a true community. Stop in at your convenience for our holiday open house. We’ll supply good cheer, refreshments and holiday treats!. Read More…

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Physical therapy can help people with Parkinson’s disease improve their quality of life and even delay the negative effects of the disease, but a recent study shows that physical therapist services aren’t being maximized by people with Parkinson’s. According to. Read More…

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