Meteorologist Nash Rhoades of WINK-TV will lead a hurricane preparation lunch and learn event being held at Gulf Coast Village at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, May 24.
Following Hurricane Ian this past September, the need for hurricane planning has become even more clear, which is why the Gulf Coast Village lunch and learn event is focused on hurricane preparation. Rhoades and the Gulf Coast Village team will discuss how to put a proper hurricane plan in place as we prepare to enter hurricane season and be available for questions.
“We are very excited to be joined this year by Nash Rhoades as we help our senior community prepare for hurricane season,” said Greg Anderson, Gulf Coast Village executive director. “We look forward to the opportunity to welcome new prospective residents to learn about what Gulf Coast Village has to offer while also be able to offer beneficial information for hurricane planning.”
A complimentary lunch will be served at the event.
Registration is required for the hurricane preparation lunch and learn, to register visit GulfCoastVillage.org/event/get-prepared-and-join-us-for-lunch-5-24/.
About Gulf Coast Village
Founded in 1989, Gulf Coast Village is the premier Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) in Cape Coral, Florida. Residents enjoy active living in an unparalleled lifestyle of comfort and convenience with a rich array of services and amenities that are focused on living well. The community also offers the security of knowing there is a full continuum of care, including independent living, assisted living, specialized memory support, skilled nursing, home health, rehabilitation services and Senior Choice at Home, a continuing care at home program. Gulf Coast Village is located at 1333 Santa Barbara Blvd., Cape Coral, FL 33991. For more information, call 239-772-1333 or visit GulfCoastVillage.org.
Gulf Coast Village is sponsored by Volunteers of America National Services, a national, nonprofit, mission-based organization dedicated to helping those in need live healthy, safe and productive lives. Since 1896, VOANS’s ministry of service has supported and empowered America’s most vulnerable groups, including veterans, seniors, people with disabilities, at-risk youth, men and women returning from prison, homeless individuals and families, those recovering from addictions and many others. Through hundreds of human service programs, including housing and health care, Volunteers of America National Services helps almost 1.5 million people in over 400 communities. For more information about Volunteers of America National Services, visit VOANS.org.