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Life Enriching Communities (LEC) is an integrated family of lifestyle communities and senior living services. We have made aging well a top priority for nearly 120 years.
Affiliated with the West Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church, LEC is a private, not-for-profit corporation. We are locally owned and operated and welcome people of all faiths.
We work for the day when everyone involved in senior living finds fulfillment through:
- Life with meaning and purpose
- Enriching opportunities and experiences
- Communities fostering relationships and perpetuating legacy
We provide exceptional everyday experiences in Christian community by:
- Creating associate experiences that support, engage and empower
- Delivering resident and customer experiences that exceed expectations
- Setting and surpassing standards for quality and safety
- Growing consistently in service and value
- Producing expanded resources to extend our impact
We are an extended family of multiple generations, bound together with:
- Respect: honoring the dignity of all people
- Innovation: igniting entrepreneurial initiative and creative solutions
- Spirituality: pursuing our purpose consistent with Christian principles
- Excellence: striving for extraordinary effectiveness and efficiency
Volunteer on Campus
Volunteers are always welcome. Over the years we’ve relied upon them for everything from greeting guests to serving customers in our campus shops.
Hours are flexible for all volunteer positions and can be tailored to fit your schedule.
So whether you’re looking for an ongoing commitment, want to fulfill school service hours or complete a one-time project, we have an opportunity.
How would you like to help?
Welcome Desk Greeters
Greet those who come into the community and guide visitors to desired area if necessary.
Deliver mail to residents in the Health Pavilion.
Audio Visual Technicians
Help with equipment during chapel services and other community events. Training is available.
Help customers with purchases in the gift shop and generally maintain the store.
Share your time in companionship with residents whose family and friends are unable to visit on a regular basis.
Assisted Living and Memory Support Volunteer
Sharing your talents of music and song, bingo, cooking activities, leading an art or craft program or facilitating a reading group are just a few of the opportunities available.
Auxiliary of Twin Towers
Join the Auxiliary and help improve the quality of life for all Twin Towers residents. With more than 200 members, the Auxiliary manages the Gifts-n-More Shop, and sponsors events such as the annual picnic, fiesta/luau for residents and the annual fall tea for residents and friends.
Welcome guests to McKinley Place and offer directional assistance as needed.
Share their time in companionship with individuals in McKinley Place. Opportunities include reading with those who have sight limitations or visiting with residents.
Events and Program Assistants
Help staff with bingo calling, cooking demonstrations, games and/or cards.
Help in the on-site coffee and ice cream shop that sells greeting cards, some groceries and an array of snacks.
Friends of Twin Lakes
Join the Friends of Twin Lakes and help provide financial support for the Benevolent Care and Pastoral Care needs of Twin Lakes residents. Now with more than 180 members, the group manages the Campus Shop and hosts several annual social events.
Assist residents with computer use and skype calls.
Events and Programs Assistants
Help to organize and facilitate board games, Bingo, and card games. Assist with Holiday and Birthday Celebrations, small group activities and one on one visits with residents.
Bring residents to & from chapel services, bingo, therapy, cinema shows, and medical appointments on campus.
Participate in one on one visits, small group reminiscing, storytelling, and more to foster companionship and support.
Share musical talents with residents or participate in sing-a-long groups.
Crochet or knitting instruction. The class is held at “Knit-Wits Corner” each Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.
Sewing services to provide light repair/sew nametags into residents’ clothing.
Provide care, feeding, and cleaning of our finch aviaries.
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