Seniors on fixed incomes hoping to get a major upgrade to their current housing circumstances lined up to apply for one of 63 new units of St. Francis Villa in Kensington, which opens in June. The new residents of Nativity B.V.M. Place, which opened last November, are happily settling into their apartments. Read full coverage here. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
Bill Canteen of Presby’s Inspired Life, which will operate St. Francis Villa and which currently runs Nativity B.V.M. Place, explains the application process to those who attended the application day for St. Francis Villa.
Potential residents fill out their application for St. Franics Villa, some with the help of a translator.
Melvin Fullwood, left, chats with archdiocesan Catholic Health Care Services’ John Wagner as he waits for his number to be called to fill out an application for St. Francis Villa.
Residents of Nativity B.V.M. Place, Theresa Beckowski, Francis Hyduk and Mildred Roman, enjoy a cup of coffee in a resident’s apartment, one of 63 units in the new senior housing facility of archdiocesan Catholic Health Care Services.
Theresa Beckowski puts away clothes in her new bedroom. She is very pleased with the size of her new apartment.
The friends at Nativity B.V.M. Place enjoy the sunny, comfortable feel of one of the facility’s apartments.