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Available NOW!
Independent 55+ Senior Building

2 Bedrooms
2 Baths
Washer and Drier in unit.
Underground parking available.
Rent includes removal, water, & heat.
Complimentary storage unit included in lease.

$1515 per month.
Call us today for more details.
651-777-5020

Ask us about the availability of our amazing 1 Bedroom units starting at $1120 per month.
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Available NOW! 
Independent 55+ Senior Building 

2 Bedrooms
2 Baths
Washer and Drier in unit.
Underground parking available.
Rent includes removal, water, & heat. 
Complimentary storage unit included in lease.

$1515 per month. 
Call us today for more details.
651-777-5020

Ask us about the availability of our amazing 1 Bedroom units starting at $1120 per month.

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How come nonafforable people build apts line pockets with Gold

No thank you We are on stricj

Do these have subsidies? I am looking for my sister - in - law

Hopefully when I'm a senior I can afford close to 1300.00 a month......

Is there an income level requirement?

Do you have any 1 bedroom and if you do how much is the rent??

Any subsidized units

How much is the rent?

What's included in the rent? Is that a one bedroom

Where are these Apts at

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Available NOW!
55+ Independent Senior Building

2 Bedrooms
2 Baths
Washer and Drier in unit.
Call us today for more details.
651-777-5020

Ask us about 1 Bedroom units availability.
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Available NOW! 
55+ Independent Senior Building 

2 Bedrooms
2 Baths
Washer and Drier in unit.
Call us today for more details.
651-777-5020

Ask us about 1 Bedroom units availability.

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Wish I could......loved that place! 😘😘

Happy Easter from Norgard Court Apartments.
Our resident “quarantine bunny” was out delivering treats to all the tenants doors. Thank you Debbie!
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Happy Easter from Norgard Court Apartments. 
Our resident “quarantine bunny” was out delivering treats to all the tenants doors.  Thank you Debbie!

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How special was this??👍👍👍🐇🐇🐥🐥🐰🐰🐑🐑♥️♥️

Social distancing grocery delivery with Cindy Mlynarczyk #norgardnews. We caught this innocent moment and wanted a few pictures to remember it by. #KeepSmiling ... See MoreSee Less

Social distancing grocery delivery with Cindy Mlynarczyk  #NorgardNews. We caught this innocent moment and wanted a few pictures to remember it by. #KeepSmiling

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Would have loved to been able to give mom a big hug and kiss😀. Stay safe and healthy residents!

Cindy we’re doing the same thing, so difficult but it’s for there own good. Your mom looks great!

Oh geez have me crying I miss my mama hugs... great picture!!!

😍🥰😘

Happy 99th Birthday, Virginia!
A caravan of 9 cars rolled around our parking lot with signs, balloons, & blown up pictures of Virginia. Honking their horns and screaming from their windows; “I love you” & “Happy Birthday” all to celebrate this amazing woman’s Birthday!
Special thanks to the VanDeWalker Family for sharing this special day with all the tenants of Norgard & bringing smiles to the faces of the seniors in our community. #NorgardNews
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Happy birthday to Virginia. How awesome!

Happy birthday Virginia

How special is that.....for a VERY SPECIAL LADY!! Happy 99th Virginia!L 🎂🎉🍰🎉♥️♥️

Happy Birthday Virginia!!!

This is AMAZING!!!!

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Resident Reporter, Jane H. is practicing social distancing while interviewing her neighbors. This week she featured some tenants whom are retired nurses.
1st up in the spotlight: Peg J.
"When I was a young girl I was in a car accident. I was so impressed by the nurses. That is how I became interested in becoming a nurse.
I attended Gustavus Adolphus College and spent 3 years training at Bethesda Hospital. We were assigned to all the units. After I got my RN license I specialized in the delivery room. I did that for 40 years.
Three of us girls decided to go to Alaska and work. We weren’t looking for men or anything! We just
wanted to go there. But all of us got married. I got married in Sitka, Alaska. We were at the Mt Edgecomb hospital and stayed at an army base. We delivered babies for the Eskimos and the Klinket Indians. They really loved their little babies. A lot of the people just had them home by themselves.
I remember that I worked at night in the winter. It never got dark. Around the clock was daylight. It was really strange. Our favorite meal was Friday night supper. It was Blubber!! Yuck!
When I came back I worked again at Bethesda in the OB department. Sometimes we had up to 300 babies born in a month. It was hard work but I loved it. I delivered a lot of babies myself. The doctors always wanted to be called when the baby was just about ready to come. Many times the baby came before the doctor could get there. Especially at night.
I remember a doctor had 5 girls and his wife finally got a boy. Well guess what! They named the baby boy Marion.
Another funny thing I remember is that one of the doctors was at the hospital waiting for his niece to have her baby. He wanted to do it, so he was hanging around. Another doctor got stuck in the snow on the corner. She came up and the expectant Uncle went to shovel her out. While he was doing that his niece’s baby came. BOOM! When he came back inside he found out that the doctor he shoveled out was the attending physician. He didn’t have the car keys to move her car, so she went back out to park her car. While she was gone her patient delivered and the expectant uncle was the presiding physician. Crazy fun times.
FYI: I delivered Enid Walters. She used to live here on 3rd floor and passed away a few years ago.
There were sad times too. When a baby would die it was so sad. We were a Lutheran hospital so when a baby died, we baptized them. We didn’t know if that was what the beliefs were, but it is what we did. O'Halloran Murphy mortuary would take some of the babies and bury them with someone else so they wouldn’t be buried alone. That is what we did back then.
In 1988 Bethesda was closed and we went to St Joe’s. It was really a shock because Bethesda was all up to date and we had a lot of interns from the University. At St. Joe’s it was so very different. It wasn’t a teaching hospital. They didn’t have much to work with, but the nuns were doing the best they could. I was in the surgery unit. I just prepped the patients and took care of them afterwards.
I started nursing right out of college and retired when I turned 62. I am 87 years old now. Presently I volunteer up to 3 times a week at the Courage Center St Croix with stroke victims. We do swimming exercises. I have two wonderful daughters. They keep in contact with me and are very loving and supportive. I have been very blessed and I enjoy life. I have lived at Norgard for about 5 years."
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Resident Reporter, Jane H. is practicing social distancing while interviewing her neighbors. This week she featured some tenants whom are retired nurses. 
1st up in the spotlight: Peg J.
When I was a young girl I was in a car accident. I was so impressed by the nurses. That is how I became interested in becoming a nurse.
     I attended Gustavus Adolphus College and spent 3 years training at Bethesda Hospital. We were assigned to all the units. After I got my RN license I specialized in the delivery room.  I did that for 40 years.
     Three of us girls decided to go to Alaska and work. We weren’t looking for men or anything! We just 
wanted to go there. But all of us got married. I got married in Sitka, Alaska.  We were at the Mt Edgecomb hospital and stayed at an army base. We delivered babies for the Eskimos and the Klinket Indians. They really loved their little babies. A lot of the people just had them home by themselves. 
    I remember that I worked at night in the winter. It never got dark. Around the clock was daylight. It was really strange. Our favorite meal was Friday night supper. It was Blubber!!  Yuck!
    When I came back I worked again at Bethesda in the OB department. Sometimes we had up to 300 babies born in a month. It was hard work but I loved it. I delivered a lot of babies myself. The doctors always wanted to be called when the baby was just about ready to come.  Many times the baby came before the doctor could get there. Especially at night.
    I remember a doctor had 5 girls and his wife finally got a boy. Well guess what! They named the baby boy Marion.
    Another funny thing I remember is that one of the doctors was at the hospital waiting for his niece to have her baby. He wanted to do it, so he was hanging around. Another doctor got stuck in the snow on the corner. She came up and the expectant Uncle went to shovel her out.  While he was doing that his niece’s baby came. BOOM! When he came back inside he found out that the doctor he shoveled out was the attending physician. He didn’t have the car keys to move her car, so she went back out to park her car. While she was gone her patient delivered and the expectant uncle was the presiding physician. Crazy fun times.
   FYI:  I delivered Enid Walters. She used to live here on 3rd floor and passed away a few years ago. 
      There were sad times too. When a baby would die it was so sad. We were a Lutheran hospital so when a baby died, we baptized them. We didn’t know if that was what the beliefs were, but it is what we did. OHalloran Murphy mortuary would take some of the babies and bury them with someone else so they wouldn’t be buried alone. That is what we did back then. 
     In 1988 Bethesda was closed and we went to St Joe’s. It was really a shock because Bethesda was all up to date and we had a lot of interns from the University. At St. Joe’s it was so very different.  It wasn’t a teaching hospital. They didn’t have much to work with, but the nuns were doing the best they could. I was in the surgery unit. I just prepped the patients and took care of them afterwards.
     I started nursing right out of college and retired when I turned 62. I am 87 years old now. Presently I volunteer up to 3 times a week at the Courage Center St Croix with stroke victims. We do swimming exercises.  I have two wonderful daughters. They keep in contact with me and are very loving and supportive. I have been very blessed and I enjoy life. I have lived at Norgard for about 5 years.
#NorgardNews

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Great stories Peg! How interesting!

So sweet! Great idea.

How lovely! I got to know and love Peg when I lived at Norgard Court! Thank you, Jane, for doing this!!! 👍👍

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