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    EXECUTIVE CHEF TYRECE AND HIS HEART HEALTHY RECIPE

    Tyrece Higdon, the Executive Chef at MRC Cornerstone, has a mission when he is cooking his meals. His mission is to feed our residents a healthy, well-balanced meal daily. A “healthy style” of eating is the best way to defend yourself against high cholesterol, heart disease, diabetes and obesity.   Read More

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    The Top Three Benefits of an Entry Fee According to an MRC Cornerstone Resident, Dr. Betty Ball

    I decided the Entry Fee option was the best route for me as an IL resident at MRC Cornerstone due to the many benefits I would receive from my investment:PRIORITY ACCESS: I like knowing that I will be first in line if I should need Rehab, Assisted Living, Memory Care or Skilled Nursing.DISCOUNT FOR FUTURE CARE: Also, the fact that I get a discount in Assisted Living, Memory Support and Skilled Nursing is a bonus!PEACE OF MIND: Just knowing that MRC Cornerstone has a benevolence program for all t...  Read More

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    Hurricane Harvey: Memories Linger One Year Later

    In the late afternoon hours of August 25, 2017, a Category 4 storm named “Harvey” began rolling into the Houston metro area. It would eventually dump more than 50 inches of rain and strike the Texas coast with winds up to 130mph. The storm brought unprecedented amounts of rain to an area stretching from the coastal town of Rockport to as far northeast as Lufkin before dissipating.   Read More

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    Honoring a Local Legend: Nathan E. Jones, Jr.

    The contributions made by many black citizens to the well being of people in the Texarkana area must include a mention of Nathan E. Jones, Jr., a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School.   Read More

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    Four Major Myths of Downsizing for Retirement Community Living

    The Census Bureau reports that the average American will move 12 times during his or her lifetime. Most moves involve moving up in size to accommodate new family members or to an improved living space. Yet when it comes to downsizing to move into a retirement community, many view it as part of the agony of old age.   Read More

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