- Posted July 18, 2014 by
Corpus Christi, Texas
This iReport is part of an assignment:
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The Nueces County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse Cooked a Campfire Breakfast for Mirador Residents
“The event made for one of the most fun breakfasts we’ve ever had here at Mirador,” said Jenny Sullivan, activities director at Mirador. “Seeing the chuck wagon and the horses was such a treat. The Nueces County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse is such a great organization that does so much for our community. It was fun to learn more about them while enjoying a cowboy breakfast.”
The Nueces County Mounted Sheriff’s Posse is a law enforcement volunteer group that does mounted patrol, search and rescue, community events, parades and benefits. They have participated in police memorial services, host Cowboy Posse events around the area and provided patrol on the 4th of July as well as at other community events.
Located in the heart of south Corpus Christi, Mirador is the area’s only full service life care senior living community. A Masterpiece Living community, the $79 million gated community includes 125 customized independent living apartment homes, each with a fully equipped kitchen, washer and dryer, and 24-hour emergency response system, as well as 44 private assisted living suites, 41 private rooms for dignified nursing care, and 18 private residences for memory support. Designed to enrich the lives of seniors, Mirador features 25,000 square feet of commons areas on a lush 17-acre campus with a premier location close to local restaurants, shops and attractions.
Mirador, the only Masterpiece Living community in Corpus Christi, is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit senior living community sponsored by Senior Quality Lifestyles Corporation (SQLC), a Texas-based nonprofit organization that sponsors sister communities Edgemere in Dallas, The Buckingham in Houston, Querencia at Barton Creek in Austin, The Stayton at Museum Way in Fort Worth, and The Barrington of Carmel in Indianapolis. For information, visit www.miradorretirement.com, or call (361) 288-7027.