Georgia Aquarium Jelly Fish

When you’re looking for something positive to watch on your screen, explore the Georgia Aquarium’s live webcams. The jellyfish are especially peaceful, and we’ve included the link below. But be sure to scroll below the jellyfish to explore the other aquatic live cams – everything from beluga whales to sea otters to piranhas, and of course African penguins.

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Stay Engaged and Entertained

Though we’ve grown accustomed to pandemic-related terms like “social distancing,” there are still many ways to stay engaged, connected, and entertained!

If you love games and puzzles, we found a great online resource for you: has everything from crossword to sudoku, jigsaw to mahjongg.

Insider tip: scroll all the way down to the Ts if you’re looking for “The Daily” puzzles.

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Close to Downtown Hingham, Hingham Harbor, and the Hingham Shipyard

Allerton House in Hingham residents enjoy outings to much-loved venues that are minutes away, including the Hingham Shipyard and Executive Chef Paul Wahlberg’s restaurant Alma Nove. Recently, Executive Director Tom Karnes treated the community’s Resident Council to a delicious lunch at the waterfront location. Council members provide valuable resident feedback on any concerns they might have or kudos they want to share.

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Courtyard Cookout Concert!

The July combination cookout-concert was a hit with residents and their families. Lots of fresh summertime food was on display, including grilled chicken, pasta salad, sausage with peppers and onions, watermelon, beer and wine, and refreshing lemonade. The Echos Band provided just the right blend of cool tunes.

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Welch Senior Living at Annual Walk for Hospice

Welch Senior Living Director of Community Relations Leanne Welch attended this year’s Walk for Hospice to benefit Hospice of the South Shore. Held Saturday at Weymouth High School, the Walk is considered the main source of funding for those who need care and are not covered by insurance. The walk event featured musical performances, face painting, and cookie decorating.