The Vineyards At The California Armenian Home Celebrate Their Employees’ Commitment To Both Residents And Teammates With Awards And Barbeque

By 5th August, 2021 Press Release Comments Off

The $42 million retirement community built upon a 68-year legacy of care and compassion continues to serve the Central Valley families AND is a terrific place to work especially during the past 16 months. Some employees have been with the community for over 20 years, 30 years, and even over 40 years!

FRESNO, CALIFORNIA…JULY 12, 2021

Commitment, professionalism, and a heart for service. That is what is being celebrated on July 14th from noon to 1 pm in the lush and shady central park of The California Armenian Home and The Vineyards expansion. A full barbeque with all the fixings will be served to staff. Recognition will be given to team members who have worked with The Vineyards expansion and the original California Armenian Home. Some employees have been with the community for over 20 years, 30 years, and even over 40 years!

In addition, attendees will be signing up to participate in the September 18th Alzheimer Association’s “Walk To End Alzheimer’s”. The team will be named The Hye Walkers. “Being part of something greater than just ourselves is an amazing experience. And it is a super fun fundraiser for a cause that is near and dear to our hearts.” Said one caregiver who is planning on joining the walk for the second time.

Cy Athens, Vineyards resident shared during the 3 year anniversary in February last year; “It was not an as easy time for anyone. My wife and I have lived here for over two years now. We see how hard the management is working on keeping us safe and happy. That’s a BIG job! We appreciate them each day. We are all in this together. As a neighborhood, a community…The Vineyards family.”

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“We set out to design the most luxurious and innovative retirement community in the Central Valley while honoring the 68 year legacy of care and compassion of the California Armenian Home,” said Lucy Kazanjian Grayson, President of the Board of Directors of the California Armenian Home. “The Vineyards exceeds all of our expectations in creating a healthy, active, social environment for the growing senior population seeking a wider range of living options.”

The California Armenian Home Skilled Nursing Facility’s Administrator is Michelle Lawrence and The Vineyards Assisted Living, Independent Living and Memory Care are overseen by Paul Rocha, Executive Director. Ren Ramshaw is the Director of Sales and Marketing and Bianca Resendez is the Assisted Living Manager, LVN for The Vineyards. Private and Virtual tours for residency at The Vineyards and informational sessions are available for those interested, including family members, by contacting Ren Ramshaw at (559) 835-0801 or renr@vineyardslife.org.

Interested team members may apply online at www.lifeatthevineyards.org or speak with Mary Lazo, Director of Human Resources at 559-312-1448.

The California Armenian Home is a not-for-profit corporation established in 1952 by the local Armenian community, which generously donated 40-acres of land in Fresno, California’s southeast countryside, the building, and the funds to furnish a continuing care retirement community. Today, 65 years later, the renowned California Armenian Home provides both short and long-term 24-hour skilled nursing and rehabilitation residency and takes most insurance programs.

To prepare for the growing senior population, the California Armenian Home Board of Directors unanimously approved the $42 million expansion project, The Vineyards in 2014. The continuing care expansion opened for residency in January 2018 and includes private pay, month-to-month rents for resort-style independent living villas and apartments, assisted living and memory care apartments, plus a host of hospitality amenities, multiple dining establishments, recreation, fitness, and daily needs services.

The California Armenian Home and The Vineyards welcomes senior residents of any national origin and includes dedicated and caring professional staff and volunteers. More information about the California Armenian Home and The Vineyards can be found by visiting www.lifeatthevineyards.org and on Facebook and Instagram.