Resident Newsletter

Moe and Tenny take a walk with their owner on the Kendal campus.

Celebrating the Seasons at Kendal at Lexington

Kendal at Lexington is a place that celebrates the splendor of all four seasons. Lexington’s unique geographical location offers residents the opportunity to immerse themselves in the wonders of nature,…

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New Maintenance Manager Joins Staff

Written By: Bob Gettings, KaLex Resident Effective supervision, training, and quality oversight are the keys to maintaining the KaLex campus in tiptop condition, according to Dave Hough, who recently joined…

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Jan Bigelow, CEO

CEO: 2022 Reflection and 2023 Preparation

As I was preparing my 2022 CEO report for our Board of Directors, I took a few moments to reflect on our many accomplishments throughout this past year. We tend…

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Borden Center Upgrades Moving Along

During July and August, tours of the partially completed Borden addition gave residents, staff, and community leaders a preview of the improvements in progress.  The new enhancements are a transition…

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Resident Volunteers from Kendal at Lexington

Over the years, Kendal residents have regularly served as volunteers in our local community. They have found their experiences to be a way of giving back, and of sharing their…

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A Gift of Birds- Resident Nelson Potter Donates Art To Natural Bridge

Discovery at Natural Bridge This past winter at Natural Bridge State Park, the rangers have been hard at work renovating the basement of the Visitor Center, sometimes known as the…

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Lexington Post Office History- Rockbridge  Stories Series

Kendal at Lexington resident Margaret Skovira resumes a local history column.  She invites readers to ask a question about an event, person or place of historic interest in Rockbridge County…

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