Life at The Marshes of Skidaway Island.

There’s a lot going on at The Marshes of Skidaway Island. You can keep up with all the latest news and information right here.


Opening up Our Community

Federal and state governments are releasing plans to reopen the economy to essential business. While this is an encouraging sign to our country’s response to COVID-19, please know this process will be taken thoughtfully at The Marshes. We will implement a three-phased approach when reopening our community. Decisions for each phase will be based on …

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COVID-19 Update

After careful consideration for the health and safety of residents, employees, and family members, our community amended its visitor policy on Monday, March 16, and is restricting visitors from entering our community. Please bookmark the LCS website for future updates and information regarding our community COVID-19 response and prevention measures already implemented, such as: Educating all staff and residents in social distancing …

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Why Savannah Is a Great Place to Retire

If you’re thinking about where to retire, then you should be thinking about Savannah, GA, a city that will give you a high quality of life with a comfortable cost of living. A truly charming southern city, Savannah boasts an incredible array of outdoor activities, cultural touchstones, historic landmarks and phenomenal food, not to mention …

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Chevy Helps Celebrate 101st Birthday in Style

The Marshes of Skidaway Island resident Paul Hitch recently celebrated his 101st birthday in a unique way. Hitch, the former chief engineer for Chevy Trucks, received a visit from the current chief engineer, Eric Stanczak, to celebrate both his 101st birthday and the Chevy truck’s centennial. Stanczak brought both a new 2018 Chevy Silverado and …

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Best Ice Cream In Savannah

Savannah offers exciting places to dine out for all tastes. Which Savannah ice cream parlor has the best ice cream in Savannah? It all depends on what you like. Leopold’s A lot of people like Leopold’s, located on East Broughton street. The decor resembles an old-fashioned ice cream parlor, not surprising considering Leopold’s first opened …

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Low Impact Sports for Seniors

As more seniors are retiring, senior living communities in Savannah are providing more activities for seniors to gain health benefits and to feel a part of a team. There are plenty of activities that seniors can do that are low impact and still fun. Bocce Ball The physical aspects of bocce ball can be made …

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Senior Pool Exercises

If you’re a senior looking to get into the water to get your exercising in, you’re in luck. Working out in the water can be very beneficial, and most of your water exercises are very similar to the exercises performed working out on land. There are a few different activities that make up water exercise …

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Mexican Train Tips and Tricks

Many people at Savannah Retirement Homes enjoy playing Mexican Train Dominoes. Some folks find enjoyment in this game through being able to chat with their friends. For these folks, the game is secondary to the company. However, other people are interested in the game out of a thirst for winning. If you happen to be …

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What Seniors Should Never Share on Facebook

In the last decade, social media has become a useful tool in helping seniors stay connected with their family. For widowed seniors, loneliness can be a real problem, and Facebook helps them feel involved in the day to day life of their family. While plugging into social media has enormous benefits, it is also a …

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