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Coronavirus Communication Update

Covid-19 Updates & Campus News Call the COVID-19 and leave a message for COVID-related questions and resident-specific updates. Your message will be returned shortly.  (September 27, 2021) Testing Staff at the Healthcare Center tested today and will test again on Thursday. Residents of the Healthcare Center will test as well on Thursday. As long as…
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“Ride to Remember” Charity Ride

Charity Event Benefiting Our Older Adults with Memory Impairment Sayre Christian Village has two Alzheimer’s and Dementia focused communities on campus, the Assisted Living Memory Care and our Reflection of Life Community at the Healthcare Center. These residents are our most vulnerable population on campus and are deserving of our fundraising efforts. Their lives are…
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Vicki Allawati – LeadingAge Nominee

2021 LeadingAge KY Community Living Award Nomination Vicki Allawati is the property manager and sole employee at Forest View Apartments, our 42-unit HUD Independent Living Facility (one of two HUD certified apartment buildings for older adults on our Lexington, KY campus). When it came to COVID protocols, there was nothing Vicki wouldn’t do to protect the…
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Chrissy Davis – LeadingAge Award Nominee

2021 LeadingAge KY Nursing Excellence Nomination Chrissy was hired at Sayre in 2004 as a nursing assistant and worked while going to school to become a nurse. In February of 2012, her dream came true and she obtained her license as a LPN and has worked at Sayre as a staff or charge nurse ever since.…
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Kori Chambers – LeadingAge Nominee

Caring Hands Award Kori Chambers is a blessing to so many residents and team members at Sayre Christian Village and is very deserving of a nomination for the LeadingAge Kentucky Caring Hands Award. When Kori was hired, she was homeless and she and her daughter were living in her car. Kori would work as many…
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