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Oak Park Arms Celebrates its 90th Anniversary

The Oak Park Arms celebrates its 90th anniversary during the first weekend in May at the Oak Park Arms Retirement Community, 408 S. Oak Park Ave. A multi-event extravaganza has been planned for the public, residents, families and friends. Tours include the updated and refurbished media room as well as many other improvements throughout the … Oak Park Arms Celebrates its 90th Anniversary Read More »

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Patricia Koko joins the Oak Park Arms as Outreach Coordinator

Oak Park resident Patricia Koko has joined the Oak Park Arms Retirement Community (OPA), as the Outreach Coordinator of the Adult Day Care Program. Her responsibilities include ensuring the community is aware of the program and how it operates, and encouraging caregivers to consider the value of such a program for a loved one who … Patricia Koko joins the Oak Park Arms as Outreach Coordinator Read More »

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Golden Age of Radio

They’ve been acting together for years, but the day to day stresses of work and life have kept them out of the theater. 10 years ago, Pam Turlow and her husband Ben Dooley saw an opportunity. After her father had checked into the Oak Park Arms Retirement Community, they thought about putting on a show. … Golden Age of Radio Read More »

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Oak Park kids vs. elders: a real chess match

Players on both sides of the chess boards were left surprised Friday afternoon when members of Whittier School’s Starry Knights chess club squared off against residents of the Oak Park Arms retirement community. The Starry Knights, made up of kindergarten through fifth grade students from Whittier, 715 N. Harvey, practice every Friday. But some of … Oak Park kids vs. elders: a real chess match Read More »

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The staff at Oak Park Arms saved my life

I have lived in the Oak Park Arms retirement community at 408 S Oak Park Ave., for two years and three months, and I would like to share with the Wednesday Journal readership the story of some extraordinary assistance — above and beyond the call of duty — that I received about three months ago. … The staff at Oak Park Arms saved my life Read More »

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