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Heritage Living Holds Grand Opening In Chautauqua Mall

January 25, 2014

LAKEWOOD — Heritage Ministries has opened a new location in Chautauqua Mall to better serve area residents....

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Howard

Jan-25-14 10:08 AM

WhiteHairedGuy, you are right, we should stop by to see what it is all about as this article does absolutely nothing in helping us understand what this business or church or government program or whatever is all about. Being free then one must assume that a church pays for everything or the mall donates the space and everyone there is a volunteer. If either is the case I think that is wonderful. The article should explain more, especially with all of the government officials there.

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WhiteHairedGuy

Jan-25-14 9:25 AM

I have been by Heritage Living and suggest anyone wondering what they do there stop by, especially those critical of what they do there.

Obviously there is no taxpayer money paying for it..Heritage is not a government agency.

As to what I have seen it is pretty good. They have a series of FREE classes on Balance and Alzheimer classes and seem to have a lot more planned..again all at no cost.

I think Heritage got it right doing free programs and being in a place we can get to easily. I think the mall is smart and got it right too by embracing us seniors since there are more of us everyday. Hopefully the arm chair quarterbacks complaining will get going to the mall and at least start walking.

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mrinbetween

Jan-25-14 8:49 AM

All the leftists will be complaining about separation of church and mall now.

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Jhwinnyc

Jan-25-14 6:39 AM

Rodrickson is right. You'd think the article (or is it just a PR release reprint) would at the very least clarify what this "grand opening" opened--beds for seniors at the mall?

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rodrickson

Jan-25-14 5:06 AM

Chautauqua Mall is a shopping mall, correct? What exactly does this storefront do? Answer questions for seniors strolling up and down the mall?

Does taxpayer funding pay for its monthly lease?

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