Holidays are always a special time at The Watermark at East Hill and the community is looking forward to Thanksgiving. Dining Director Ron Pascoe, along with his team of talented chefs, have created a delicious menu for residents and their guests to enjoy. The team is excited to share this sneak peek of the menu! […]
The Watermark at East Hill is excited to announce the arrival of Ron Pascoe, our new Dining Director. Ron brings a tremendous amount of education, experience, and talent to the dining program and will be responsible for the day to day operations of the entire dining department. Ron has been working in the senior living […]
The talented chefs at The Watermark at East Hill love the opportunity to prepare culinary specialties directly in our dining rooms. The aromas that permeate as well as the engagement from the chefs make for such an enjoyable dining experience. Residents residing in The Lodge at Cherrywood (our assisted living community) recently enjoyed some delicious […]
Watermark was recently featured on Senior Housing News in the article Dished: Hot New Trends in Memory Care published on July 25th, 2017. To view the article, please click here. Unintentional weight loss and unhealthy meals like chicken nuggets, fish sticks and French fries, all lacking any nutritional value, are a thing of the past. […]
Thrive Dining™ is a revolutionary dining program designed to restore the dignity and enjoyment of mealtime for individuals with cognitive or physical challenges. Thrive Dining™ features Watermark Communities’ Chef recipes and high quality, freshly prepared gourmet menu items, transformed into incredibly tasty, nutritionally balanced, protein packed meals. Watermark Chefs start by using the Grind Dining “patent-pending” […]
The Watermark at East Hill was recently featured in the latest issue of Foodservice East. Based out of Massachusetts, this publication caters to food service businesses and professionals in the Northeast. This was a wonderful opportunity to show the many ways The Watermark is an active, engaging and fun place to live! Please click here to […]
The September theme dinner was our annual Clam Bake and residents raved about the food and fun! Join us on October 19th for Octoberfest!
On July 20th, 2016, the Voices wrote a wonderful article about our Food Service Director Jim Bain, the recipient of the Illuminating Excellence Award in the Continuum of Care category from Premier Food Services. To read the article, please click here. Mr. Bain has been with The Watermark for 24 years and has taken on many community […]
Dining Services Director Jim Bain was honored in Washington, DC last week. He is the winner of the 2015 Illuminating Excellence Award from Premier Foods. Jim was selected as the winner for the CCRC (Continuing Care Retirement Community) division. The award is presented to the Premier Food and Nutrition Operator who has demonstrated exceptional leadership in the food […]
June rolled around to the 1970s as our theme for the month. Disco was the rage and dancing was the favorite activity. Residents spent the evening listening to relaxing music from a live band and enjoying a 70's-style dinner. Even the servers got into the groove!
Residents and associates dressed in their groovy garb to celebrate the 1960s. Décor, appetizers, cocktails and entrees all reflected the most popular choices of the 1960s. Residents were treated to a management team musical performance, led by Community Life Director Christine Daniel, as well as a performance by resident Joan Sprung. The night ended with some crazy dance […]
Each month we are celebrating a different decade and March was a 1940's celebration. With a theme of "The War is Over," residents were greeted with their separation papers as they entered. Rosie the Riveter was a popular costume among the ladies. Staff wore "army" uniforms and served residents a delicious choice of 1940's favorites including Shrimp […]
East Hill is celebrating a different decade each month. In February, we celebrated the 1930s. Lots of great things happened in the 1930s, but one of the biggest was great movies. Charlie Chaplin, The Marx Brothers, and Edward G. Robinson were big names, just to state a few. The Wizard of Oz, Walt Disney's Snow White and Gone with […]
Congratulations to the Culinary Team at The Watermark at East Hill. The team took First Place in Most Creative at the Soup and Sandwich Challenge last evening. The event was a benefit for the Breast Cancer Research Fund and featured culinary teams from all the major retirement communities in the surrounding area! It was no surprise to […]
In 2016, East Hill is celebrating the decades with a monthly themed dinner. January was the 1920's and our themed dinner was a huge success! From 1920's music to 1920's candy, the night was exciting and fun-filled!
The Main Dining Room was filled to the brim on Wednesday, December 16th, as residents from The Springs and The Inn gathered with their families to celebrate the holidays. An enormous spread of holiday favorites was served to guests. Live holiday music entertained everyone. Associates enjoyed spending a little extra time with residents as they […]
Residents and associates at The Watermark at East Hill had a great time kicking off the 2015 NFL Season on September 10th, 2015. An all-day tailgating party was held in the W Lounge. Everyone was encouraged to support their favorite team by dressing the part. From Cowboys to Steelers, a good time was had by all!
Residents and families of The Inn and Villa at The Watermark at East Hill enjoyed a picnic on the perfect day. We know how to order great weather! Residents, families and associates enjoyed a wonderful meal, grilled up on site by Dining Services Director, Jim Bain. Hot dogs, baked beans, salad, potatoes, coleslaw and all the fixings […]
Human beings are social by nature. We rely on parents as infants and children to provide love, support and even human touch. As adults we need a shoulder to lean on – someone to laugh with and talk to. Even a pat on the back, hug or touch of the hand can make all the difference. We don’t […]
Read about Executive Chef Jim Bain's Traveling Chef program as featured in Voices newspaper. Twice a week The Watermark at East Hill's Jim Bain travels to area senior centers and help volunteers prepare his amazing cuisine for area seniors.