The banners are up, the “flame” is lit. The team meetings are over and the ladies are getting their fairy hair ready for next week’s Templeton Olympics! Games start on Monday and Templeton Residents are READY!
A recent party celebrated the winners of the 2nd Annual Templeton Open Golf Classic. Sixty-five Residents competed on the nine-hole mini-golf course, each hole developed by Templeton staff members . Favorite hole, as voted on by the competitors, was #7, the Meerkat Watering Hole designed by Wellness Director Kathy Lawrence and Business Manager Misty Squillacioti. …Read More…
Spooky, sleepy and everything in between – costumes were the ticket to a Happy Halloween Party at The Templeton of Cary!
The Templeton of Cary hosted the Cary Chamber Business After Hours event. Our Residents enjoyed meeting and socializing with area local business leaders. The Templeton is proud to be part of a community steeped in history yet a hub of growth and development.
Templeton Residents enjoyed an afternoon with the NC State Wolfpack men’s basketball team comparing generations. Thank you NC State Athletics for a fun event!
Templeton Wellness Director Kathy Lawrence celebrates the newest addition to the Templeton campus – a recently installed shuffleboard court. The long-awaited sport court will be put to good use as Residents prepare for the Templeton Olympics, coming up in October.
The Residents at the Templeton of Cary are in training for our weeklong Olympics beginning October 10th. Water Volleyball is a low impact, highly entertaining sport!
Templeton Residents enjoyed a trip to Seagrove, North Carolina. They were thrilled to meet nationally renowned potter Ben Owen III. Owen’s ancestors have had North Carolina clay on their hands since colonial times. Owen demonstrated for the group how he creates some of the most memorable pottery in the country and entertained with stories of …Read More…
The Residents at the Templeton of Cary have the opportunity to participate in Chair Yoga. The benefits of Chair Yoga include muscle toning, reduced stress levels, better breathing habits, better sleep and an overall sense of well-being.
Templeton residents enjoyed a narrated historic trolley tour of Cary! What an informative ride and a great narrator.