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using microwave ovens in their rooms, or walk down the hall to the full kitchen to whip up whatever they wish.

The staff provides each tenant up to 28 hours per week in assistance in daily living. Additional time can be arranged if needed. All services are tailored to meet individual tenant requirements.

If at some point a tenant requires more individualized care than Villa Rosa can give, they can transition to the adjacent Villa Loretto with very little disruption— or move on to whatever facility they wish.

Mass is offered daily (except Saturdays) at 11:30 a. m. at the spacious chapel shared by the Villas. Sunday afternoons in the fall find tenants watching the

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Green Bay Packers on the big screen in Em’s Theatre, a tiered seating theatre built in memory of Emma Pickart. Movies, TV shows and other events take place in the theatre as well.

Sister Michael’s Gift Shoppe is also a popular destination inside Villa Rosa for both tenants, visitors and community members looking to buy handmade craft items for themselves or as gifts.

For more information about the Villas of the Holyland, call Villa Loretto Nursing Home, (920) 753-3211; or check out the Web site www.villalorettonh.org.For questions or to arrange a tour of Villa Rosa Residential Care Apartment Complex call (920) 753-3015.