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Expansion and Renovation Project Update for April 2019

October 15, 2019 —What an impact a month filled with sunny days has had on the Kendal at Lexington expansion and renovation project!  The cottages continue to pop up on…

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Wi-Fi Coming to All Residential Living

October 15, 2019 —At the March Residents Association meeting, IT Director Mark Christensen announced the pending rollout of a new campus-wide WiFi network.  In an interview, Mark highlighted some of…

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Boomerang Redux

October 15, 2019 —With that seemingly redundant title, let us take a step back in history to an article written by resident Jo McMurtry that was first published in the…

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Sylvia and Astrid in 'The Restaurant'

October 15, 2019 —Published March 2019 in CONNECTIONS By Resident Kay Quirk — Having taken note of the beautiful art exhibit currently in The Restaurant, I wanted to know more…

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News from the 'RUG'

October 15, 2019 —Published March 2019 in CONNECTIONS By Resident John South — In recent weeks, the RUG (Residents User Group) has made some changes to the Computer Help Room,…

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A Day in the Life – Joe and Margaret Skovira

October 15, 2019 —Joe and Margaret Skovira moved to Kendal at Lexington in June 2017 from their nearby home in Lexington. They retired to Rockbridge County & Lexington from Northern…

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A Day in the Life of a Resident - Kay Quirk

October 15, 2019 — Kay Quirk moved into her 1 bedroom apartment at Kendal at Lexington from Alexandria, VA in June 2016 after spending about 5 years on the Priority…

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A Day in the Life of a Resident - Andrew “Uncas” McThenia

April 30, 2020 —When Andrew “Uncas” McThenia moved to Kendal at Lexington about a year ago he wasn’t sure what a typical day would be like for him. He has…

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A Day in the Life of a Resident - Robyn and Nelson Potter

April 30, 2020 —Robyn and Nelson Potter moved to Kendal at Lexington in September 2015 from Clifton Park, New York. Though the downsizing and relocation from another state was hard,…

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