4 Events of Panorama
Aquatic Center Construction Progresses Note
F 12 Singin' in the Rain
e 16 Panorama Travel Series
b 'Around the Himalayas'
20 Seattle Symphony Pops
u 23 Museum of Glass
Panorama Residents Join
Vol. 25 No. 1
24 Millennium Lecture -
March 2005 Life Long Learning Faculty
y 27 Yeoman of the Guard Not only is learning in retirement a great tinuing studies, including work with the
part of an active lifestyle, but, in some cases, Weyerhaeuser organization at Northwest
so is teaching. This year, two retired profes- Landing, where the remains of two Hudson
Construction continues on
In This Issue sors at Panorama are joining with the Bay Trading Posts
schedule at the new Aquatic St. Martin’s college faculty to link the and an Indian
5 Andrei Banciu, Piano at
and Fitness Center at Pan- M St Martin's Abbey
Lifelong Panorama campus with St. Martin’s. Village have been
orama. The floor has been
Teaching (see page 2 for a full schedule) uncovered.
poured in the fitness section
a 6 Tacoma Actors Guild Richard Daugherty and Niels Skov Niels, on the
2 are both men who have followed their other hand, is a
and the coping stones have Learning in
passion in life, and love what they do. relative newcomer,
been installed around the two c 9 Panorama Antique Parade Retirement
Since beginning his career in 1947, who joined us with
pools and the spa. The porte- h Dr. Daugherty has conducted and his wife Diane in
cochere is complete and final 15 State Capitol Tour The Balanced Life
directed numerous archeological 2003. During
grading has begun. By June excavations and investigations into World War II, Niels
29 Biomedical Research
2005, residents of Panorama Institute Tour
the prehistory of Washington, other spent four death-
will be enjoying this beautiful Makeover
Northwest states and North Africa. defying years as a
23 Man of La Mancha
Events of Note He taught and directed archeological Niels Skov saboteur (a.k.a.
research at Washington State University terrorist) in the
Non-Profit Org. 27 Easter Brunch
from 1950 to 1985, and in 1967 was ap- Danish anti-Nazi underground. He came to
U S Postage
pointed by the United States in 1947 as an immigrant.
Olympia, Wa 31 Panorama Drama Group Progress Report
President After a career in corporate management
Permit No. 1
Lyndon and founding a successful international
Johnson to the consulting firm, he earned his master’s and
newly-formed doctoral degrees at Oregon State University,
Advisory From 1972 to 2002, Dr. Skov taught at The
A 2 Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Council of Evergreen State College.
3 Historic Since coming to Panorama, Niels and
'The Complete Works of
Preservation. Diane (a Master Gardener) have created a
Shakespeare' at TAG
Richard wonderful, 150 square foot Japanese
i 19 Tulip Tour and Lunch
1751 Circle Lane SE
Daugherty has courtyard garden at their new home,
l Lacey, WA 98503 lived at featured on the cover of The Olympian’s
26 Lunch at Tillicum Village 1-800-999-9807 Panorama South Sound Homes section.
since 1990. Richard Daugherty
27 Cedar Creek Grist Mill This has proved an ideal base for his con-
Learning is Fun
2 A Panorama Makeover
A concept that began in the year 2000 as ‘Minds on the world the presenter discovered when she Makeovers and reality TV are the hottest programs on television this season. Anyone who
Millenium’ is now firmly established as part of Panorama’s moved away from the ancient mountains. watches the home improvement channels can dream about a new yard, or kitchen or what-
Learning in Retirement program. Feb 24. - Robert Harvie, St. Martin’s ever. The catch is that you have to do the work yourself.
This popular project between Panorama and St. Martin’s College criminal justice faculty - The This winter the Panorama grounds department has performed a makeover on a whole
College was launched to promote intellectual conversation Nuremberg War Crime Trials: Justice or neighborhood. In December, Kevin Baratt and his crew of intrepid gardeners began what they
and a lively exchange of ideas based on historical, philo- Victor’s Vengeance. Professor Harvie are calling and "Extreme Makeover: Lawn Edition" in the Chambers Lake Lane area . Some tree
sophical and literary topics with a series of overview lec- will examine the history of the removal and major tree pruning was done to add filtered light and
tures each Spring, and a selection of in-depth classes in the Nuremberg War Crime Trials, the trials’ openness. Re-contouring the topography allowed for needed
Fall. We embrace all aspects of human experience, and have legal theory and the verdict. The trials’ extensive drainage to be done, providing a more suitable environ-
covered topics as diverse as anthropology, ethno-botany, impact on current war crime prosecution ment for turf. Three hundred fifty tons of sand, 50 yards of topsoil
world scriptures, economic reform in China, the Middle East will also be discussed. and 1,000 plants and trees were added, Irrigation was revamped
and the spirit of jazz. Mar 10. - Niels Skov, Ph.D., retired and 20,000 square feet of hydroseed used to complete the project.
This year, the lecture series has been broadened to from The Evergreen State College faculty The grounds staff has provided over 1,100 hours of labor for this
include three non-faculty scholars speaking in the areas of and Panorama resident - Kings in Your project to give these neighborhoods a more
their expertise Ancestry? Finding out about yourself lovely spring and summer - and the best part
Feb. 10 - Olivia Archibald , Ph.D., St. Martin’s College and your family through genealogy can was that all Panorama residents had to do was
English faculty - Life in Appalachia, presented as a series be a fascinating journey. Dr. Skov will watch.
of narratives about people, the language, the land, and the discuss what can be extracted from a Come May, when all the finishing touches
have been added, Chambers Lake Lane will be
name, with a view to history, resources
and reliability. in bloom and spectacular. You may want to see
The Mar 24 - Richard Daugherty, Ph.D., it at this spring's open house.
retired from the Washington State University faculty and
Panorama resident - Early Man in Washington State.
Four of Washington’s most significant sites date from 10,000 The Balanced Life we offer for comfort, care and
to 12,000 years ago. Richard Daugherty will talk about the peace of mind. Already ranked as
importance of Grant County’s Lind Coulee site, Franklin Many people, when they come to Panorama, explain one of the best in the U.S.,
County’s Marmes Rockshelter site, Clallam County’s Manis that they are looking ahead, making choices that will Panorama moves to another
Mastodon site and Grant County’s Clovis site. support them in the future and enable them to live a level this year with the con-
Apr. 14 - J. David Markham, Napoleonic scholar and full, rich life, while relieving their children of potential struction of a state-of-the-art,
author - The Life and Times of Napoleon Bonaparte. A responsibility should they ever need a higher level of $3.5 million Aquatics and
spirited and often humorous presentation that will examine care and assistance. Fitness Center.
the famous general’s life, loves, adventures, triumphs and Panorama is not your average retirement community. We know the value you place on
Wednesday, March 9 mistakes. In 1999, David Markham was the first American Set in park-like surroundings that offer year-round keeping a balance between body,
Panorama Hall scholar to present at the Borodino Conference in Russia. He natural beauty on 140 acres, we are a not-for-profit mind and spirit. We work with the best -
1751 Circle Lane SE • Lacey WA 98503
Open House 9:30am-3:30pm has a personal Napoleonic library of some 1,000 volumes organization that could be compared to a small village, senior strength training instructors from the local
Appraisals 10:00am-3:00pm and a renowned collection of Napoleonic materials. with everything you need close by, plus friendly, caring community lead a variety of classes each week, profes-
3 item per person limit/$5.00 per item Apr. 28 - Jeff Birkenstein, Ph.D., St. Martin’s College neighbors and a sense of belonging to something rather sors from St. Martin’s College offer Spring lectures and
An appointment is necessary for appraisals. English faculty - Literature as History in Toni Morrison’s special. classes in the Fall, inter-denominational retired ministers
Call 456-0111 or 800-999-9807 to reserve
your time ‘Beloved’. Focusing on the Pulitzer Prize winning novel Do you care enough about your own well-being to are an integral part of our community and there are
‘Beloved’, English professor Jeff Birkenstein will present a move to Panorama? Does the idea of a safe, supportive numerous opportunities for travel both locally and afar.
multi-media lecture using slides, literature and personal environment appeal to you? A community that offers all We invite you to visit and see for yourself. Whether
experience to challenge the notion that history, once written the variety you could ever need, with no pressure to join you choose to get involved or prefer to take it easy, you
incorrectly, cannot be changed. anything unless you want to? will find a warm welcome, cheerful smiles and the best
Do join us for this wonderful series of lectures. They are We are proud of our facilities and the opportunities of care … you’ll love what you discover!
free and open to the general public.