Solar Eclipse to Bring Memory Care Residents and STEM Students Together for Science Lesson and Friendship

As the moon casts its shadow across the U.S.,100 students and seniors from a Littleton memory care community will learn a lesson in science and friendship. Residents at Highline Place and 4th graders from STEM School Highlands Ranch will celebrate the Solar Eclipse with a picnic viewing party at 12:15 p.m., April 8 at Littles Creek Park, 6701 S. Broadway, Littleton.

Teachers from the school will teach the students young and old about the eclipse, and the group will don special glasses to view the rare event. The eclipse can be seen at 12:40 p.m.

“Learning new things isn’t just for school children,” said Jodi Cornman, senior community relations director for Highline Place. “The magic of this seldom seen phenomenon brings a sense of wonder and unity to the two generations.”

Highline Place, an Anthem Memory Care community, is located at 6767 S. Broadway, Littleton. 

About Anthem Memory Care
Anthem’s core purpose is to protect, engage, and love people living with memory loss and is committed to provide understanding and significance to people with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. Anthem, based in West Linn, Ore., operates and develops memory care communities in Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Ohio, Tennessee and Washington. The company’s website

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