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Kendal at Lexington’s Summer Games Brings Olympics Close to Home

The book of Proverbs says, “Laughter is the best medicine.” For Kendal at Lexington residents, laughter, fun, and games livened up the week of the first Kendal Summer Games, held…

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COVID Test Result Update

Updated September 14, 2021 All staff and residents who were tested this past Friday, September 10, 2021 received negative test results. Kendal residents will not have to test again related…

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Summer Student Interns Assist the Kalex Community

There are two new faces around Kendal at Lexington. Abigail Floyd and Alex Milanese are completing summer college internships here, and we are so happy they are here. Abigail Abigail…

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Meet Clint Ayers: Culinary Manager

Ice Cream! You never outgrow the delight of ice cream, and at Kendal’s Anderson Center dining room the full-service ice cream station is back in full swing. That’s just one…

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Danielle Mohler is the new Director of Clinical Services for Kendal at Lexington

Danielle comes to Kendal at Lexington with an extensive background in the health care industry. During her tenure she has worked in various areas of nursing, including: home health, cardiac…

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Carl Planck Jr. Celebrated 103rd Birthday

Carl Gustav Planck Jr. recently celebrated his 103rd birthday with a gathering of family in the Kendal at Lexington Borden Health Center. Carl Plank was born in Charleston, SC. on…

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Kendal Residents Enjoy Local Juneteenth Celebration

The new official Juneteenth holiday was celebrated in downtown Lexington June 19 complete with music, dancing, food, and art. One of the attractions, the Kuumba Dance Ensemble performance at Hopkins…

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Karen Jackson Named New Health Services Administrator at Kendal at Lexington

Kendal at Lexington announced that longtime, dedicated leader, Karen Jackson has been selected as Kendal at Lexington’s new Health Services Administrator for the Borden Health Center, Webster Assisted Living and the…

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A Look at Today’s Aging in Place (Aging in Community)

Older Americans often spend a substantial amount of time and energy during their working years focused on affording retirement. While it is prudent to prepare financially, it’s every bit as…

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