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A summer concert series brings many visitors to Cedar Landing.

port to Travel” exchange program with 13 other communities throughout the country makes that travel all the more convenient and affordable.

On Tuesday, Feb. 11, Cedar Landing campus manager Monica Smith was “honored and humbled” to accept the Elkhart Lake Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Impact Award at their annual Business Awards dinner at Wade House as the business whose contributions to the Elkhart Lake area have had the largest positive impact on the community. “Tom Turicik presented the award and his comments about Cedar Landing were especially gratifying,” Smith said. “He talked about what Cedar Landing means to the community and how we have changed Elkhart Lake for the better.

“It would not have been possible without our outstanding, dedicated staff and the wonderful men and women we are

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blessed to serve,” Smith said. Among so many benefits, area residents and visitors have grown to love Cedar Landing’s annual outdoor Summer Band concerts, held every other Tuesday, this year beginning Tuesday, June 24. They are free and open to the public, with families and people of all ages bringing their lawn chair and refreshments or enjoying the concessions served by Cedar Landing resident volunteers including a brat fry and other treats—with proceeds donated to area community organizations. Come prepared to tap your toes and visit cedarlanding.orgfor a full concert schedule and details.

To learn more about Cedar Landing, including assisted living, independent living, volunteer opportunities, floor plans, pricing and upcoming events, visit Cedarlanding.orgor call Monica at (920) 876-4050 to schedule a visit.