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Moving in Single

Recently a small group of residents were asked questions on a Zoom presentation for prospective new residents about entering a place like Kendal at Lexington as a single person.  All…

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Design Corner-Making a House a Home

In January of 2020, Kendal at Lexington welcomed Reed Belden to the newest development on campus, Sunrise Ridge Circle.  Reed lives in a charming two-bedroom duplex cottage overlooking the Blue…

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Wellness, Purpose, and a New Outlook for 2022 at Kendal

A new year brings time for reflection and direction. The Wellness program at Kendal at Lexington kicked off 2022 by focusing on life purpose as one of the key components…

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A Day in the Life - Dianne

Dianne Herrick has always known that someday she would live at Kendal at Lexington. She was part of the group of community leaders that went to work on building a…

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A Day in the Life - Dorothy

Dorothy Schoeneman moved into her Kendal at Lexington apartment in November 2020. And, while she had to self-quarantine for 10 days due to the Covid-19 protocols of the time, it…

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A Day in the Life - Sylvia & Rick

Rick and Sylvia Kirgis moved into their cottage on Sunrise Ridge Circle in December 2019, and Sylvia says, “Life is easy at Kendal.” Rick chimes in with, “No mowing!” Rick…

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The First Step- Get Your Name On the List!

If you are considering a move to a vibrant and active retirement community, Kendal at Lexington should be on your list. And, you should be on ours! Start Your Planning…

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Take a Hike!

While that short sentence is often an expression of irritation, here at KaLex it is a warm invitation to go outside and revel in nature’s bounty.  With spring upon us,…

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Kendal’s Lifelong Learning Keeps Residents Engaged and Brains Healthy

Older Americans are advised to keep their brains sharp and research supports the concept that discovering new interests and learning new things is key to a healthy brain and healthy…

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