The Village at Legacy Pointe – The Price is…

Village at the Point - Enduring LoveCourtesy of Watermark  Communities/VillageLegacyPointe:

Nine contestants competed in The Village at Legacy Pointe’s version of “The Price is Right,” trying their hand at games like the beanbag toss, and the putting game.

Of course no version of the gameshow would be complete without price bidding and a giant wheel.

Stuart Schulz, Marketing Director at The Village at Legacy Pointe, was the emcee, but wasn’t the only voice to be heard as the audience shouted out answers to help the contestants.


Winners of The Village at Legacy Pointe’s version of “The Price is Right” L-R: big winner Bob Cooper, Jane Callahan, Jan Peebler

Bob Cooper, a resident and volunteer at The Village at Legacy Pointe, was the big winner and his enthusiasm was clearly on display when he exclaimed, “That was a lot of fun!” Resident Jane Callahan was also a winner. As she proudly showed off her winnings she said, “I never dreamed I would win anything.”

For more information contact The Village at Legacy Pointe at 515-987-4100 or visit

Media Contacts:
Amy Barth, Executive Director
The Village at Legacy Pointe

Katelin Schwarck
Hanser & Associates (for Watermark Retirement Communities)
Office 515-224-1086 / Direct 515-421-4136

About The Village at Legacy Pointe Retirement Community of Waukee
Located at 1650 SE Holiday Crest Circle, The Village at Legacy Pointe retirement community of Waukee serves up to 186 residents, with levels of care including Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Rehabilitation/Skilled Nursing. Watermark Retirement Communities Inc., one of America’s leading operators of senior living communities, owns and manages The Village at Legacy Pointe. Amy Barth is the Executive Director of the community. For more information, visit or call 515-987-4100.

About Watermark Retirement Communities Inc. 
Watermark Retirement Communities Inc. is the nation’s 16th largest senior housing operator. Watermark’s commitment to creating extraordinary communities where people thrive dates back 30 years to when it opened its first retirement community in 1987. Watermark manages