March 2017 Residents’ Newsletter

Mar 01, 2017

Read the latest news on campus, learn about new residents and find out what’s going on. Click HERE to read the latest Kendal at Lexington Residents’ Newsletter.

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From Our Therapists: Living with Pain

Jan 24, 2017

Pain is defined as physical suffering or discomfort caused by illness or injury. Pain is your body’s way of telling you something is wrong. More than 76 million people in the United States live with chronic pain. Pain interrupts a person’s quality of life. Pain can have an effect on multiple areas of your health […]

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Flying Away Alternatives

Feb 01, 2017

When you decide you need to fly away for a while, what airport alternatives do you face? You can fly out of Roanoke, Charlottesville, Dulles International, Richmond International, or Shenandoah Valley Regional airport at Weyer’s Cave, ten miles north of Staunton. Airlines, distances from Kendal, and parking fees and services differ across this list. The […]

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The Audubon Christmas Bird Count

Feb 01, 2017

It was chilly (sixteen degrees) on Friday, December 16, when I met Lexington neighbor Barbara Rowe above Ross Road to tag along with her as she did the Christmas Bird Count on Kendal property, as she has for several years now. Over the next couple of hours we walked over most of Kendal’s land, stopping […]

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February Residents’ Newsletter

Feb 01, 2017

Read the latest news on campus, learn about new residents and find out what’s going on. Click HERE to read the latest Kendal at Lexington Residents’ Newsletter.

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January 2017 Residents’ Newsletter

Jan 02, 2017

Read the latest news on campus, learn about new residents and find out what’s going on. Click HERE to read the latest Kendal at Lexington Residents’ Newsletter.

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Kendal College to Offer “Living in Rockbridge County”

Jan 01, 2017

Kendal College to Offer “Living in Rockbridge County” Professor Sascha Goluboff, Professor of Cultural Anthropology at W&L, will present a three-part program on “Living in Rockbridge County: Past, Present, and Future.” All meetings will take place on Wednesdays at 4:30 in Kendal Hall. The dates are January 18 and 25, and February 1. Kendal College […]

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Kendal’s Antiques Appraisal Fair A Decided Success

Dec 06, 2016

Kendal’s first (but one hopes not last) Antiques Appraisal Fair and Silent Auction took place on Saturday, October 29. Both sections of the event attracted strong participation from Kendal residents and from off-campus visitors. The silent auction consisted of items donated by Kendal residents and was coordinated by Nancy Epley, Trix Rumford, Ann John,and Dianne […]

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Works by Brett LaGue In Restaurant Gallery

Dec 12, 2016

The Restaurant at Kendal is currently displaying works by Brett LaGue. LaGue’s drawings and paintings are influenced by the color, texture, and energy of the landscape. He has exhibited his paintings and works on paper across the Mid-Atlantic states in numerous solo and group presentations, art festivals, and plein air competitions. LaGue is the recipient […]

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December 2016 Residents’ Newsletter

Dec 02, 2016

Read the latest news on campus, learn about new residents and find out what’s going on. Click HERE to read the latest Kendal at Lexington Residents’ Newsletter.

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