Mountlake Terrace extends warm welcome to Vineyard Park

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Mountlake Terrace Mayor Jerry Smith and Vineyard Park Executive Director Robin Martin prepare to cut a ribbon celebrating the opening of Vineyard Park Saturday morning. (Photos by David Pan)
Mountlake Terrace Mayor Jerry Smith and Vineyard Park Executive Director Robin Martin prepare to cut a ribbon celebrating the opening of Vineyard Park Saturday morning. (Photos by David Pan)

City officials, business leaders, volunteers and community members officially welcomed Vineyard Park to the Mountlake Terrace community Saturday morning.

A ribbon cutting was held and was followed by an Open House at the new retirement/assisted living complex. Vineyard Park officially opened this spring with the first resident moving in on March 30. The facility currently has 25 residents with 15 more scheduled to move in shortly.

Vineyard Park has a gift shop, featuring hand-crafted items by senior citizens, that is open to the public. In addition, select rehabilitation services, a beauty salon and massage therapy are available to the general public. Mountlake Terrace residents also can grab a meal in Vineyard Park’s dining room.

Mountlake Terrace City Manager Arlene Fisher (right) tells the audience that Vineyard Park is a key part of the City's downtown vision and that the new senior living community is what the City deserves. Also present are
Mountlake Terrace City Manager Arlene Fisher (right) tells the audience that Vineyard Park is a key part of the City’s downtown vision and that the new senior living community is what the City deserves. Also present are City Councilmembers Bryan Wahl (left), Seaun Richards, Rick Ryan, Kyoto Matsumoto Wright, Mayor Jerry Smith and City Clerk Virginia Olsen.
Vineyard Park's stairwell to the second floor.
Vineyard Park’s stairwell to the second floor.
The ribbon is officially cut by Mountlake Terrace Mayor Jerry Smith and Vineyard Park Executive Director Robin Martin (right)
The ribbon is officially cut by Mountlake Terrace Mayor Jerry Smith and Vineyard Park Executive Director Robin Martin (right)
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Carol Brickel invites you to visit “The Gift Closet”, Vineyard Park’s gift shop. (Photo courtesy City of Mountlake Terrace)
The dining room, which is open to the general public. (Photo courtesy of City of Mountlake Terrace)
The dining room, which is open to the general public. (Photo courtesy of City of Mountlake Terrace)
The second floor. (Photo courtesy of City of Mountlake Terrace)
The second floor. (Photo courtesy of City of Mountlake Terrace)

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