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Keystone Place at Richland Creek retirement community holds ribbon-cutting ceremony

Pictured cutting ribbon: Gina Toth, Executive Director, Keystone Place at Richland Creek.

Keystone Place at Richland Creek, located at 1050 Fountain Lakes Drive in O’Fallon, recently held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of its new 149-unit independent living, assisted living and memory care community.

State Rep. Katie Stuart, D-Edwardsville, O’Fallon Mayor Herb Roach, and Debbie Arell-Martinez, executive director of the O’Fallon-Shiloh Chamber of Commerce, kicked off the weekend affair with a ribbon cutting. More than 300 area residents were on hand for the two-day celebration.

Keystone Place at Richland Creek includes 64 independent living apartments, 66 traditional assisted living apartments and 19 memory care apartments. The new senior living community has generated a tremendous amount of interest since opening its doors for occupancy in February. As a straight rental retirement community, Keystone Place at Richland Creek does not require a large entrance fee, buy-in or long-term commitment. The community features a variety of spacious studio, one and two-bedroom/two-bathroom apartment homes.

Keystone Place at Richland Creek’s distinct assisted living and memory care programs provide personal care and supportive services, such as medication management, bathing, dressing, grooming, meals, and transportation.

For more information visit: www.KeystonePlaceAtRichlandCreek.com.

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