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Oct29
Lanes of Light 2020

     Thousands of people have made our annual Lanes of Light holiday drive-through a much-anticipated family tradition. We frequently hear this has become a treasured tradition that kicks off the holiday season for our family. The year 2020 has brought its share of challenges to us all, so we know the joy, beauty, and uplifting spirit of Lanes of Light is needed now more than ever; therefore, we are pleased to announce the show will go on!

Lanes of Light is a spectacular holiday drive-through winding over a mile throughout our festively-dressed campus. More than sights and sounds, Lanes of Light represents a labor of love created by residents and staff in our community and impacting the broader community in ways that inspire everyone. For 14 years, through the dedicated work of residents and staff, Lanes of Light has been feeding hungry people, delighting children of all ages, and creating a family tradition throughout the region. Through this amazing event, over 270 tons of food have been donated to local food ministries.

As with many aspects of our lives this year, there are changes that have been implemented for the safety of our residents, staff, and visitors. Please note for Lanes of Light 2020, the requested admission is for monetary donations only. We will not collect food donations this year. All donations are for the benefit of The Salvation Army food ministry. They can do wonderful work in feeding the hungry through monetary donations. Additionally, we ask all visitors to keep their car windows closed as they drive through our campus. The crowd-favorite resident court greeters will still be along the route, while practicing standard safety precautions.

For a beautiful display of holiday sights and sounds, joy, inspiration, and uplifting spirit of the season, do not miss Lanes of Light 2020! Two nights only: Saturday and Sunday, December 5th and 6th from 5:30 pm until 9:00 pm. Take exit 141 in Burlington and follow the Lanes of Light signs.

                                                 

                                         



Jul13
Priest on the Street

Priest on the Street:

We now take you to Twin Lakes Chaplain Ryan Grove for his up-to-date, lighthearted coverage of residents on the streets of our community. To view, click on this link, password tlc: https://vimeo.com/417184738 

 



Jul08
Current Tour Procedures

As we adjust to virus-related restrictions in North Carolina, Twin Lakes has developed an approach to sharing information and opportunities with people who are interested in moving to our community.  At the same time, we must maintain as our highest priority the safety and wellbeing of our residents. Our updated process is designed to help prospective residents explore our community while keeping our residents and prospective residents safe. The following steps are in place for you to visit our community and learn about life at Twin Lakes.

  • To begin with, we encourage you to review our brochure. You can find it on our website by clicking on the “View Our Brochure” tab in the lower right-hand section of our website’s home page. Alternatively, you may call or email our Sales Office to request a brochure.

 

  • Next, we welcome the opportunity to schedule an initial call for you to have with a member of our Sales and Marketing team. During this call we will provide in-depth information about Twin Lakes and answer any questions you may have. This conversation may be completed through a telephone, FaceTime, or Zoom conference call, as you choose.

 

  • After these first two steps, we would be happy to schedule an in-person tour to allow you to see our beautiful community. You will be required to participate in a brief health screening upon your arrival here (this involves answering several questions and having your temperature checked). Please also plan to wear a face mask throughout your visit. A sales team member will conduct your personal drive through our community. To minimize the risk of virus spread, we are not bringing visitors into any of our community buildings or occupied homes, so while in-person tours are abbreviated, we hope the tour will give you a good sense of the campus, including the beautiful landscaping, the variety of homes and the care with which our campus is maintained.

                                                                                                                                                                                          

  • We also welcome the opportunity to connect you with current residents through a virtual session to discuss life at Twin Lakes through their perspective.

 

  • Please know that, if you do not wish to have an in-person tour at this time, we would be happy to conduct a virtual tour with you. Applications may be submitted without an in-person tour. Tentative approval may be given to the application, but would be contingent upon a personal tour and meeting with a sales team member before you select a specific home.

 

For further information, or to begin the process of a personal visit to our community please contact us 336-538-1571 or kfletcher@twinlakescomm.org.

 

 



Jun04
New Garden Home Construction

Welcome Home! The first phase of our last garden home development is complete and residents are moving to their new home on Davenport Court. Two remaining phases, Nightingale and Carmichael Courts, will be completed this summer. A total of 28 families will be moving to this beautiful development.

                         



Mar17
Covid-19 Update

Twin Lakes Community’s response to the novel coronavirus:  the wellbeing of  the residents and staff at Twin Lakes is always our highest priority. As part of our ongoing efforts to protect our community, Twin Lakes is closed to visitors and nonessential service providers. Only visitors providing assistance with the health needs of an independent living resident will be given special access.  If you would like to request special access, please contact Twin Lakes. We are closely monitoring the situation, and will adjust our procedures as necessary.



Jan09
Construction Progress

Progress continues on two of our largest construction projects scheduled for 2020. Phase 8 is our last development of new garden homes. Twenty-eight homes will be completed in three phases with the final phase scheduled to be completed in September. Our new skilled nursing facility, Coble Creek Healthcare and Rehabiliation is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year. Other construction projects scheduled for 2020 include expansions and renovations to our fitness and community centers. 

              



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