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The Legacy at Preston Hollow Hosts Hawaiian Night for Residents and Guests
The Legacy at Preston Hollow, a family service-oriented community, recently hosted a Hawaiian-themed night, including Hula dancers, appetizers and beverages for residents and guests to celebrate the end of summer.
By: Forte PR
“This was a fun night for all who attended,” said Jerry McDonald, executive director of The Legacy at Preston Hollow. “We like to bring together our residents as well as their family members and friends together as often as we can for social, community events. Our Hawaiian night proved to be a favorite and everyone enjoyed themselves.”
The night began with a Hula dance performance by dancers from the Grace Hula Dance Co. of Dallas. To continue with the Hawaiian theme, the dining room was decorated with bright colors and balloons and each resident was adorned with a colorful lei. The menu consisted of piña coladas, coconut chicken and Mahi Mahi prepared by The Legacy at Preston Hollow’s Executive Chef Abraham Pierson.
The Legacy at Preston Hollow hosts themed dinners like the luau to provide a variety of dining and social experiences. The Legacy focuses on providing a sense of community through programs and events that add to the quality of life of its residents.
The Legacy at Preston Hollow, formerly known as Veranda Preston Hollow, is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, faith-based senior living residence that offers a continuum of care allowing residents to stay in place with assisted living, short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing, and long term care. Built in 2001, the community features 41 assisted living apartments, 113 skilled nursing beds and a state-of-the-