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Farm Animals and Pets Visit SomersetJuly 25th, 2021
Friendly farm animals and pets visit Somerset Retirement Home and Assisted Living several times each year bringing joy to our seniors who love animals!
Looking at the photos below, you can see how much our seniors enjoy these visits.
Come join the fun at Somerset Retirement and Assisted Living Longview WA.
We look forward to seeing you!
Welcome to Somerset Senior News blog.January 3rd, 2021
All photos are of real residents, staff, activities, and events.
Our family strives to provide a happy, friendly, family environment and community for our residents and staff.
Somerset is family owned, managed, and operated by the Bond family and our dedicated staff who we appreciate.
Photos and videos created by Mariisa Bond Jimenez (Somerset Owner and Administrator), Charles Bond (Jr) photography and IT, Denise our activities director, and Samantha our receptionist and administrative assistant.
Text and photos posted online by Charles Bond and Mariisa Bond Jimenez with permission from people in photos (participation optional).
Please enjoy our website and blog content, and enjoy seeing the fun and good times our residents and staff have.
Sincerely, Charles Bond, Marris Bond Jimenez, and Betty Bond.
Somerset Senior News December 2019December 4th, 2019
Somerset Senior News Longview WA
Welcome to our monthly senior news letter for Somerset Retirement Home and Assisted Living in Longview WA. Some of our activities/events are for seniors, some are for all ages. Some are for residents, some are open to the general public and you’re invited! Please call us at 360-423-7392 for details about specific activities and events.
If you have an event or club that needs a nice (free) place to meet and enjoy, please contact us. We consider all reasonable requests.
If you have out-of-town friends or family who come to visit and need a place to stay, we offer furnished apartments for short term stay or extended stay in Hearthside Luxury Apartments located 1/4 block from Somerset.
See Somerset’s Senior News Letter below. Please join us and share in the fun!
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Trick or Treating 2019 at Somerset!November 2nd, 2019
Staff and residents dressed up for Halloween 2019 and had a party that day, and gave candy to trick or treating kids that night. The pics below are of kids trick or treating in the lobby Halloween evening. Staff gave candy to the residents ahead of time. The residents enjoyed giving candy to kids in the lobby.
The kids are staff members’ kids, residents’ grandkids, and kids from the neighborhood. This is an annual event every Halloween.
We have many events each month. Come join the fun at Somerset Retirement Home and Assisted Living in Longview WA.
Somerset is Pet FriendlyJuly 20th, 2019
Do you or a loved one have a pet and want or need a senior apartment in a retirement home in Longview WA? If so, Somerset is an excellent choice because pets are welcome, and we offer large senior apartments for independent living with optional assisted living services as needed, customized to your needs. So you can keep your pet, enjoy a comfortable life style, receive good customer service, and have the assisted living services you need, and none you don’t. We want you to enjoy senior living.
Cats and small dogs are welcome at Somerset (if friendly and well behaved). Residents who have a cat or small dog are welcome to have their pet live with them (with manager’s prior approval).
A resident is walking his cat on his porch.
This is one of Somerset’s two beautiful backyards. Residents, pets, grand kids, and other visitors to enjoy our backyards.
Between our backyards is our pond, which is enjoyed by residents, visitors, pets, frogs, fish, wild ducks, geese, pigeons, and during stormy weather – seagulls.
Wild ducks (and occasionally geese and seagulls) like to visit, swim, and eat tadpoles and baby fish; which is fine because they prevent over population of fish. They don’t bother the medium and larger fish. The ducks and geese add to the wildlife fun and entertainment. One particular duck has a lot of babies and is mostly tame. She leads her babies around the pond and backyard, and sometimes the sidewalks.
Ducks enjoy swimming and fishing in Somerset’s pond. Here you see a duckling mid-air as she jumps in.
Mom walking her ducklings across the parking lot. They commute between our pond and a local canal a block away. These wild ducks are city ducks. This duck mom is a street smart urbanite.