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zx Hope for Children benefit fosters support that ‘matters’


DALLAS – Buckner held its second annual Hope for Children benefit at the Renais- sance Dallas Hotel May 8, drawing 844 participants in an evening that under- scored the theme, “It matters.” The event included performances by Christian artist Dara Maclean, updates from Buckner leadership, including President and CEO Albert L. Reyes, a late-night reception and viewing of a short inspirational film. Guests were also able to visit the event’s Hope Center, which included a global silent auction, Buckner ministry engage- ment opportunities and more than 100 prayer request cards written by Buckner children domestically and internationally.


zx Ventana by Buckner senior living community opens information center


DALLAS – Ventana by Buckner will open its new information center to priority mem- bers this summer where they will have an opportunity to reserve a future home at significant discounts prior to construction. Priority members will soon visit the new information center near the Dallas site that will host Buckner Retirement Services’ newest senior living community, scheduled to open in late 2018. The information center showcases an array of amenities offered at Ventana by


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“We were so pleased that guests took


every one of the cards and committed to praying for these children this year,” said Jennie Kesler, vice president of donor engagement for Buckner Foundation. “We are so thankful to Buckner friends and supporters who helped create such a successful event.” –Russ Dilday


Buckner. Architectural details, floor plans, lighting options, cabinetry and finish sam- ples are featured, as well as floor plans and pricing. A scale model of the building and interactive flat screen televisions fea- ture renderings of building amenities and views, and a virtual tour of the community


helps future residents get a sense of what it will be like to live at Ventana. “All these resources should give those interested a good feel of how the campus will look and function, helping them


make an informed decision about living at Ventana by Buckner,” said Dida Horton, senior director of marketing and sales for Buckner Retirement Services. The twin 12 story high-rise buildings will encompass about 450,000 square feet and sit on nearly three acres in Dal- las. Ventana by Buckner will feature 189 independent living residences, 36 assisted living apartments, 24 memory care apart- ments, 48 skilled nursing private suites and 24 short-term rehabilitation suites. To learn more about the risk-free priority membership program or for more informa- tion about Ventana by Buckner, please visit VentanaByBuckner.com or call the information center at 214-234-1035.


–Aimee Freston


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