Tennessee Retirement Village Changes Name

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JOHNSON CITY, TN — Appalachian Christian Village has changed its name to Cornerstone Village.
CEO Tom Sexton says the village, which started nearly 50 years ago, will continue to offer its residents a worry-free retirement in a full-service continuing care retirement community. He said the new name will better reflect the active, vibrant community that welcomes people of all faiths.
The campuses known as Sherwood, Magnolia Crossing, and Woodlands will now be known as Cornerstone Village North. The campuses previously known as Maple Crest and Pine Oaks will now be called Cornerstone Village South.
Cornerstone also is making improvements to the main dining room, along with an updated menu, and renovation upgrades to apartment units.


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