Penick’s Unique Philosophy
History of Penick

Penick Village has a distinct, multi-dimensional approach to keeping our residents healthy and happy. Our vision is based on an uncompromising commitment to deinstitutionalizing the aging experience. What does this mean? In its simplest terms, we strive daily to provide a welcoming home to our residents and promote a healthy lifestyle.  Our Mission  Mission Statement: “We are a family
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The idea for Penick Village was first advanced by Bishop Edwin A. Penick in the late 1950s and found its home in Southern Pines thanks to a generous gift from Mrs. James Boyd, who donated 13.5 acres of land adjacent to the Weymouth Nature Preserve. This gift gave Penick Village the good fortune to be developed in one of the oldest and most
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