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The residents of Chesapeake Shores recently enjoyed a crab feast! Our very own dietary department graciously cooked a bushel of Maryland blue crabs, complete with Old Bay seasoning and vinegar.

We were very surprised to learn that most of the residents were better at picking crabs than the staff. It was a day to remember for sure!


Signature HealthCARE is proud to once again be named to Modern Healthcare​’s list of “Best Places to Work in Healthcare!” Only 100 nominees make the list each year and this is the fourth time Signature HealthCARE has been named to the list! The ranked order of nominees will be revealed in October.

To see the full list, follow this link: http://bit.ly/1PqBuQk

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It’s back to school time! So to celebrate the end of summer, Chesapeake Shores held its first Kid’s Day! Our staff was able to bring their children in for a back to school party with games, prizes, crafts, popcorn, snow cones, and a DJ with great party music. Residents, staff and children all enjoyed eating, dancing and having fun with one another.

We love having intergenerational events for our residents, as it is an opportunity for our residents and children to learn and bond. We are always looking for children or youth groups to come in and interact or do an activity with our residents.

If you are interested, please contact Kayla Hanson, QOL Director at (301) 863-7244 ext 123.





Our Golden Shores neighborhood hosted a fish fry in the courtyard! The residents and staff of Golden Shores were treated to fresh fried fish, hushpuppies, fried chicken, watermelon and more!

It was a beautiful day and everyone enjoyed the great food. Our neighborhood events are a wonderful opportunity for staff and residents to interact and have fun together.

“You never get too old to enjoy life,” said a 91-year-old Signature resident who traveled to Panama City Beach, Fla. earlier this year, the fourth consecutive year Signature has taken groups of residents on vacation. Check out the video above for highlights from the trip, and be sure to click the links below for additional coverage.

Panama City Beach Vacation – 2015 on Facebook

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Let’s go Blue Crabs! One of our neighborhoods was able to attend a Blue Crabs’ home game this past Friday.

We held a raffle fundraiser to raise the money for tickets, and picked a home game to attend. Boy, was it an amazing game!

The Blue Crabs crushed the Camden Riversharks and ended the night with a fireworks show. The residents had an amazing time, and we are looking forward to the next baseball trip!

Ticks can transmit diseases such as Rocky Mountain spotted fever or Lyme Disease. During the hot summer months we need to avoid direct contact with ticks by avoiding wooded or bushy areas.  If you are in the woods stay to the center of trails. Wear tick repellant. After you have been outside, shower as soon as you come inside. Conduct a full body tick check on yourself and your children.  Be sure to look behind your knees, between your legs, around your waist, inside the belly button and your hair.

If you have been bite by a tick, or there is a possibility that you have been, and you develop fever, chills, aches and pains, or a rash, see your health care provider.

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For the Fourth of July, our residents enjoyed a cookout in our new courtyard. They had hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, cole slaw and baked beans!

We listened to their favorite music, talked, laughed and simply enjoyed the holiday together. It was a beautiful day that our residents will surely remember.


Beth Ewashkow was raised in Calvert County and decided this is where she wanted to raise a family. She married her husband Chris, in 2007 and had two wonderful boys named Alex and Dennis. If you want to get an easy smile from Beth, ask her about her sons.

When she’s not at work, Beth enjoys spending time with her family at one of the many local parks and beaches. She also enjoys staying home and tending to her vegetables gardens, reading a good book with her dog by her side, or just lounging in the yard while the kids play.

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Mary “Nuddie” Curtis grew up in Leonardtown with her mother, father and sisters. She was an active child who loved to play with the other kids in the neighborhood. Some of her favorite things to do were playing Ring Around the Rosie and riding bicycles. She attended Benjamin Banneker Elementary and Medley’s Neck School.

After finishing school, Mary started working with her grandmother as a daycare provider. She did this for about 20 years. She also cooked with her mother at Breton Bay Inn and cleaned houses. Even with her busy work life, Mary still found the time to visit with friends and family. They often went crabbing and spent a lot of time outdoors.

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