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Love to travel? Yearn to learn? Whether your heart lies in
sharing your talents, serving others or improving yourself,
it’s easier at La Vida Llena.
Living in a secure, caring community, you’ll fi nd it
possible to pick up and go – to fi nd new friends and
new interests – to focus on opportunities, instead of
obligations. And, you’ll have the assurance of quality
health care on-site, should it ever be needed.
Why wait any longer to enjoy a life in full? Call today
for a complimentary luncheon and tour.
Cactus Blossom = Abundant Living
800-922-1344 or 505-293-4001
10501 Lagrima de Oro NE
Founded by four area churches:
Albuquerque, NM 87111
First Presbyterian, St. John’s
Episcopal Cathedral, First United
E-mail: marketing@lavidallena.com
Methodist and St. Paul Lutheran.
www.lavidallena.com
Only minutes from downtown Chattanooga!
Retire to the mountains and live in a resort setting.
Located 10 minutes from downtown Chattanooga’s
cultural and recreational attractions, Alexian Village
sits atop spectacular Signal Mountain and offers the
best in retirement living. Swimming, chef-prepared
dining, an adjacent private golf club and a reputation
for quality…that is Alexian Village.
Our new Canyon View residential apartments are
now open! Only a limited number still available!
It is a beautiful time of year
to see Alexian Village.
Alexian Village of Tennessee
Call to schedule a visit. 100 James Boulevard
423-886-0100
Signal Mountain, TN 37377
800-251-4600
www.alexianvillage.com
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