Watercrest of Lake Nona Congratulates the Winners of “Best Mom in the World” Student Essay Competition

VERO BEACH, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The residents and associates of Watercrest
of Lake Nona Assisted Living and Memory Care
thank each of the Northlake Park Elementary School
students who participated in the “Best Mom in the World” writing
competition last month. In conjunction with Mother’s Day, Watercrest of
Lake Nona hosted a challenge for each student to honor and recognize
their mothers for the wonderful things they do each and every day. Over
100 students from first to fifth grade entered the competition to
describe their favorite attributes and moments with their mothers.

The residents of Watercrest of Lake Nona carefully reviewed each
submission and a winner was chosen in each grade level. Winners include
Shannon McInerney, Juhi Shah, Malak Al-khaled, Anna Penner and Brooke
Myre. The students described their mother’s as “kind, inspirational, a
good listener” and thanked them for “reading books, playing board games,
taking care of the family and always supporting them in tough times.”
Each student’s essay included a lovely color illustration of themselves
with their mothers.

Watercrest partners with Northlake Park Elementary as part of their
common unity initiative, a commitment to serving others and fulfilling
needs in our hometowns through the Watercrest
Common Unity

“We encourage every opportunity to connect residents with our community
youth, enriching all of their lives with a meaningful bond between
generations” says Marc
, Principal and CEO of Watercrest Senior Living Group.

, Executive Director of Watercrest of Lake Nona, sits on the
Northlake Park School Advisory Council, composed of staff, parents, and
community members whose collective goal is to improve student
achievement and facilitate the development of a supportive climate at
the school.

“It’s so fulfilling to see our residents delight when given a purpose
and opportunity to engage in community activities, especially involving
the enrichment of our youth,” says Phillips.

An “A-rated” school serving over 800 students from pre-kindergarten to
fifth grade, the award-winning Northlake Park Community School is
located in the northernmost section of Lake Nona, a 7,000-acre
master-designed community in East Orlando.

Watercrest of Lake Nona Assisted Living and Memory Care Community is a
76,000 square foot, 80 unit senior living community featuring luxurious
residences, resort-like service offerings and extraordinary care.
Watercrest Senior Living Group is committed to enriching the lives of
seniors by creating an environment of well being and providing a
comprehensive memory care program specifically designed to engage the
senses, expand the mind and enhance the emotions of residents. Focused
on the growth of servant leaders, Watercrest Senior Living Group
identifies people as the company’s greatest asset. For community
information, please visit www.watercrestseniorliving.com
or call 407-226-3113.


For Watercrest of Lake Nona
Kathryn Vorkapich, 772-539-4553