Groundbreaking ceremony held for Alzheimer’s unit

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<p>photos by TANIAH TUDOR</p><p>A groundbreaking ceremony was held Wednesday for a new $4 million 40-bed Alzheimer’s unit at the Legacy Heights Retirement Center - operated by Landmark Ministries of Arkansas, an outreach of Van Buren First Assembly of God. Pictured from left: Rick Mooney with Rick Mooney Construction; the Rev. Torin Johnson, youth pastor with First Assembly; Debra Johnson, administrator; Tim Hodges, executive director for Landmark Ministries; and the Rev. Bobby Johnson, senior pastor with First Assembly.</p>
<p style="text-align: left;" >Tim Hodges, executive director for Landmark Ministries, points out highlights of the new addition to Legacy Heights. Included in the 32,000 square foot expansion will be two pods with a private courtyard and 20 private studio-style apartments for Alzheimer’s patients in each pod, hair salon and spa, a centralized safe room, and an expansion of the independent living dining area.</p>

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