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La Récolte April Newsletter

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Units For Sale

Social Braai

Breakfast Buffet

Recipe of the Month

Religion

Age and Driving

Social Braai

On Friday 25 March we held a bring and braai at La Vue.

In true South African style this evening revolved around good food, drinks and good company. We lit the fire at 17:00 and we had 40 guest that included residents, friends and family. We would like to thank Jaco Steyn for sponsoring the braai grids and Carmen and Eugene for organizing this event. This event will be held on the last Friday of every month.

 

Breakfast Buffet

On 26 March Western Province Catering hosted our first breakfast buffet at La Vue.

This event was roaring success, giving our residents the opportunity to socialize and indulge.

We had a total of 50 reservations.


The spread consisted of eggs, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, tomatoes, muffins, toast and preserves, fruits, yoghurts, cereals, coffee, tea, juice and so much more.


This event will be hosted every Saturday.


Where: Coffee Shop ▢ Time: 10:00 & 12:00 ▢ Cost: R65

 

Units For Sale

Situated in the picturesque suburb of Stellenberg, La Récolte offers residents an active retired lifestyle that is perfectly paired with local conveniences.

Allowing retirees to live the active yet scaled-down lifestyle they’ve always dreamed of.


La Récolte is a developing estate with existing and new properties often in the market at the same time. Due to La Récolte being designed with the residents in mind, the units are sold on a sectional title basis, meaning each owner can buy/lease/sell their unit at any given time. The state also does not restrict the residents on who they need to use or what they should ask for their dwelling. There is also no percentage that needs to be paid back to the developer, it is therefore also the owner’s responsibility to make sure they choose an estate agent wisely.


Here is a list of properties currently on the market

• B010, 1-bedroom, 1 bathroom, 60m2 – R1 750 000

• B210, 1-bedroom, 1 Bathroom 60 m2 – R1 650 000

This unit is also available to rent with the option to buy

• B109, 2-bedroom, 1 bathroom, 70 m2, corner unit - R2 050 000

This unit is currently being rented out, making it the perfect purchase for an investor.

• B112, 2-bedroom, 1 bathroom 70 m2 – corner unit

• C202, Bachelor, Assisted Living Suite, 20 m2 - R970 000










 

Recipe of the Month

Cheddar & Corn Beer Bread


Ingredients

▢ 3 cups all-purpose flour

▢ 1 tablespoon Sugar

▢ 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder

▢ 1/2 teaspoon salt

▢ 1 cup grated cheddar cheese

▢ 1/2 cup corn

▢ 1/4 cup fresh chives, chopped

▢ 4 tablespoons melted butter

▢ 1 1/2 cup beer

Directions

▢ Preheat oven to 375°F. Grease a 9”x 5” loaf pan.

▢ In a large bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt.

▢ Add 1 cup of cheese, corn and chives. Stir to combine.

▢ To flour mixture add beer and 3 tablespoons of butter and stir until dough begins to form.

▢ Evenly spoon the batter into prepared loaf pan.

▢ Drizzle remaining tablespoon of melted butter on top and sprinkle with remaining

cheese and a pinch of salt.

▢ Place in the oven and bake for 45 to 50 minutes until golden and a toothpick

inserted in center comes out clean.

▢ Carefully remove bread from the loaf pan and set on a cooling rack to cool.

▢ Slice and serve.

 

Religion

On 23 March Dr Francois Swart from the Uitsig church hosted the first

Bible Study & Fellowship gathering at the Clubhouse. This event was attended by 18 residents! This will be a weekly program and Dr Francois will be visiting the residents

in Frail Care aswell.

 

Age and Driving

It’s normal for driving abilities to change as we get older.

For many of us, driving is a major aspect of maintaining our independence as we age.

By reducing risk factors and incorporating safe driving practices, you may be able to continue driving safely long into your senior years. But even if you find that you need to reduce your driving or give up the keys, it doesn’t mean the end of your independence. Everyone ages differently, so there is no arbitrary cut off as to when someone should stop driving. As we age, factors such as decreased vision, impaired hearing, slower motor reflexes, and worsening health conditions can become a problem.

Safety tips for older drivers

Aging does not automatically equal total loss of driving ability.

There are many things you can do to continue driving safely, including modifying your car, altering the way you drive, and addressing any physical issues that can interfere with driving.

You may have driven your entire life and take great pride in your safety record, but as you age, it is critical that you realize your driving ability can change. You may feel shocked or overwhelmed at the prospect of losing some of your independence, but by keeping your mind open to new possibilities, you can still maintain an active, vibrant, and rewarding lifestyle without a car.

 

Next Edition>>

Resident of the month

Losing a spouse

Recipe of the month

Fun things to do in May

Health Talk

 

la Récolte

Retirement Village

Contact Labuschaigne Management Services: 021 975 1177

Cnr ofOld Oak & Mountainview Road,

Ridgeworth, Stellenberg

www.larecolte.co.za

 

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