HALLOWELL, ME--(Marketwire - May 24, 2011) - Granite Hill Estates (GHE), the Kennebec Valley's premier continuing care retirement community, will participate in the 3rd Annual Healthy Aging Living and Learning Expo. The event will be held on June 10, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., at Spectrum Generations Cohen Center located at 22 Town Farm Road in Hallowell.

"We're happy to have been given this opportunity," said Jayne Labbe, Certified Fitness Instructor and Director of Granite Hill's Fitness Program. "Our residents enjoy staying in shape. And they look forward to showing Expo attendees that any age is the right age for exercise."

Jayne will lead a group of Granite Hill's Senior Athletes through a 30-minute demonstration of stretching and balance exercises, seated and standing, that enhance movements necessary for everyday living. The demo will comprise a warm-up with deep breathing; shoulder rolls forward and backward to release tension; seated knee lifts to work the hip flexors and promote balance; seated leg extensions to work the quadriceps; chair push-ups to work the triceps and promote balance; and cool-down with neck stretches for flexibility.

Expo info is online at www.spectrumgenerations.org/News/HealthyAgingExpoJune10atSpectrumGenerationsCohenCenterinHallowell.html.

About Granite Hill Estates
GHE is a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) nestled on 135 wooded acres in the heart of the Kennebec Valley. Offering cottage homes and apartments, GHE provides a full complement of amenities and services, including an indoor heated swimming pool; a fully equipped fitness center; snow shoveling, lawn care, and exterior home maintenance; housekeeping; and appliance maintenance. GHE received its CCRC designation from the Maine Bureau of Insurance in November of 2004. And GHE provides a complete continuum of care, on campus, through the MaineGeneral Health System. For additional information, please visit www.granitehillestates.com.

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