Building a Garden Together

Residents at Wesley Bradley Park are keeping things interesting with this community project! Puyallup residents at WesleyBradley Park have been working on a project to help beautify the campus and enrich daily lifestyles that have adjusted to social distancing. The Bradley Park Community Gardeners are building 12 raised garden beds for their community. Naomi Reimer   Read more…


Ahoy from the Wesley Bradley Park Yacht Club!

See how this club emerged from passionate hobbyists at Wesley Bradley Park. Model building is an ancient art. King Tut commissioned the construction of approximately 18 model ships to be placed in his tomb upon his death. Most children have built and played with models of one sort or another. Some might recall the excitement   Read more…


The Artist Behind the Sculptures at Wesley Lea Hill

The beautiful sculptures at our community in Auburn were donated by a priority reservation list member. Alex Kamola is known to those at Wesley Lea Hill as the sculptor who created the beautifully unique ceramic pots that adorn the campus’s front doors. He creates these pieces by meticulously building up the walls of the pot   Read more…


Sharing Christmas Memories

Wesley residents share some special personal stories. Christmas is one of the most wonderful times of the year. The colorful lights and Christmas decorations, laughing children, crisp weather and the celebration of the birth of Christ define the holiday season. These elements make the season joyful. Christmas is also significant because of the time we   Read more…


First Thanksgiving at Bradley Park

Residents of the newly opened Wesley Bradley Park recount what they feel thankful for over the past year. Giving thanks and acknowledging our blessings should be celebrated every day, not just on Thanksgiving. However, Thanksgiving is an opportunity to come together with family and share our blessings and memories, to reflect on those blessings and   Read more…


With Hospice You’re Not Alone

The daughter of a long-time resident shares her experience with Wesley Hospice. Marie Meyers is one of five sisters who are all daughters of Wally Meyers, who passed away late last year. After a lifetime of living independently, Wally expressed to his daughters that he needed more help. Marie Meyers followed Wally’s health closely as   Read more…


‘New Life’ – An Easter Poem

Enjoy this Easter poem by resident Elsie M. Brown, 1919-2013. New Life ~by Elsie M. Brown Silently, amid the explosion of budding trees and countless evidences of new life, Easter comes to us. Awakened plants push up through watery beds as they stretch toward the life-giving sun. Easter… that glorious time of year when people,   Read more…


A Quilt for Memory Care at Wesley Bradley Park

This quilt has been specially made for and donated to Wesley Bradley Park’s memory care wing. This artwork was made by Ginny Christensen, a long-time Ambassador and Pioneer for Wesley Bradley Park. When Ginny first conceived of the quilt, she felt God wanted her to create something special for her new community. She approached the   Read more…


Meet Gerry and Corinne

This happy couple met and married at Wesley Lea Hill! Gerry Roux and Corinne Garland met while dining at Wesley Lea Hill. He is a retired Boeing electrical engineer, and she is an accomplished artist. Corinne’s love of art includes “Eagle Catcher”, the driftwood sculpture from Hawaii that she donated to the Lea Hill Rehabilitation   Read more…