Thank you to original campus residents, John and Connie Rakoske, who because of their philanthropic hearts, the Chateau Wind-Sculpture Plaza was built. This beautiful plaza brings joy to all residents as well as those staying in the Chateau.
The late Dennis Turner and his wife Dee helped to fund the building of a second columbarium wall for the internment of remains behind Bower Chapel. Their gift serves residents of all Moorings Park communities.
Fountain of Blessings
The serene fountain is located on the original campus at the entry of the clubhouse because of Bill & Mary Cuthbertson. Sadly, Bill passed away on November 17 of 2021. Before his death, Bill & Mary were able to renew their vows during the fountain dedication. Truly a beautiful tribute.
Korest Green Room at Bower Chapel
A beautiful addition to the Bower Chapel was made possible through the kindness of Alan Korest. The tranquil green room benefits all residents by providing a home to the many classes and study groups, which offering a space for performers who frequent the Bower Chapel. Sadly, Mr. Korest passed on June 4, 2022, but his generous legacy of giving will live in perpetuity.
Karl and Alice Sheffield are behind the Sheffield Theatre at the Center for Health Living. Their generosity and vision created a lovely space to gather for lectures and performances.
Veterans Memorial Plaza
The Veterans Memorial Plaza on the original campus honors the 160+ military veterans who live at Moorings Park communities. Alan and Dolly Korest, John and Susan Morrison, Karl and Alice Sheffield, and Bobbi Tolley funded this project that was designed in collaboration with the National WWII Museum in New Orleans.