After seven years of planning, fundraising and study, The Mustard Seed Project is breaking ground for its first assisted living and memory care homes in the Key Peninsula.
The Key Peninsula is a beautiful place to grow old, and many residents have lived their whole lives there. Some transplants move to the “almost island” to retire. Still others choose the Key Peninsula because of its beauty and affordability. As residents age, it’s no mystery why they choose to stay in the area.
Read more on pages 32 – 34 of the January/February issue: The Mustard Seed Project; Person-Centered Care Breaks Ground in Key Peninsula | Gig Harbor Living Local (gigharborlivinglocal.com)
Source of Article: Gig Harbor Living Local