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Carillon Celebrates Huntersville Grand Opening

Carillon Assisted Living of Huntersville Ribbon Cutting

Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla, second from left, and members of the Lake Norman Chamber helped cut the ribbon at Carillon of Huntersville’s Jan. 14 Grand Opening ceremony.

Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla was among the honored guests at Carillon Assisted Living’s recent grand opening celebration. The mayor joined Huntersville and Lake Norman area civic and business leaders at a ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the opening of Carillon, the area’s premier assisted living and Alzheimer’s care community.

“This beautiful community is going to make a big difference in the lives of our seniors,” Aneralla said.

The arrival of Carillon Assisted Living of Huntersville marks a new era for Huntersville seniors and their families, who for the first time have a high-quality, licensed care community they can call home. For Lake Norman area seniors who value their independence, coming home to Carillon will mean getting the helping hand they need while not sacrificing the comforts of home. Residents will enjoy finely appointed interior rooms, Southern-style porches and sunrooms, trellis patios and year-round flower gardens.

The North Carolina-owned and operated Carillon is highly regarded among state regulators, particularly for the quality of its Alzheimer’s care program, the Garden Place. The community, located at 250 Commerce Center Drive, will ultimately be home to 96 seniors and create more than 60 jobs for the city of Huntersville.

The newly opened community has already forged strong partnerships with local organizations and business groups, including the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce, whose leadership has played an integral role in establishing the community.

Carillon Assisted Living of Huntersville Executive Director Richard Seifried says the surrounding community has welcomed Carillon with open arms, largely in response to Carillon’s commitment to quality care and high standards.

“What sets Carillon apart is that we recommit ourselves every day to being the home you would choose all over again for yourself or your loved one,” says Seifried, who has more than 25 years’ experience caring for families affected by Alzheimer’s. “We want to be a partner in your family’s life story, not just the provider of care.”

Reservations are limited. Call Carillon to schedule lunch and a tour: 704-875-6100.

Posted in News on January 29, 2016

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