Oakley Place hosts Concert in the Courtyard June 25


GREENVILLE – Oakley Place, an Enlivant community, welcomes Nikki Nealeigh as its new executive director, responsible for the management and oversight of the 39 apartment assisted living community.

“Nikki Nealeigh brings strong management experience and local knowledge to Oakley Place so that we can continue to provide our residents with quality services and care,” Regional Director of Operations Rhonda Heiber said. “We are committed to being a resource and a solution for seniors and families in Greenville, Versailles, Arcanum, New Madison and all surrounding communities.”

From noon to 1:30 p.m. on June 25, Oakley Place will celebrate the arrival of its new executive director and warmer weather with a concert performed by Gene Sherfy. Sherfy is a local musician who play music from just the right era and time. A free lunch including grilled hamburgers and hot dogs, baked beans, potato salad, strawberry shortcake and lemonade is included.

At Nealeigh’s request, the community is accepting donation of canned goods to be donated to Versailles Council of Churches and FISH Food Pantry. Conversation with the community’s residents and staff will round out the concert.

“We invite everyone to come out for a celebration of musical favorites and conversation,” Community Relations Manager Sandy Baker said. “A concert is the ideal way for neighboring seniors to mingle with the residents and staff of our vibrant, warm, welcoming community and have the opportunity to experience the remarkable cultural opportunities offered here and to meet our new executive director, Nikki Nealeigh. We are especially glad to welcome a long-time Darke County resident as the executive director of our fabulous community.”

The performance, which will be held at the community at 1275 Northview Drive in Greenville, is complimentary and open to all. No RSVP is required.

A long standing member of the community, Oakley Place opened its doors in 1997 and has since been dedicated to providing assisted living services and care designed to give residents a supportive, vibrant environment where they will thrive in mind, body and spirit.

For more information about Oakley Place and/or to schedule a visit, contact Baker at 937-423-4597 or visit www.enlivant.com/communities/ohio/oakley-place-greenville to learn more. Or stop by 1275 Northview Drive in Greenville anytime.

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