Residents’ Stories

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Resident Jo McMurtry’s Art Depicts Vibrant Life at Kendal

“I sketch a lot, whatever happens to be in front of me,” said Jo McMurtry, a 15-year resident of Kendal at Lexington. Days In the Life Over those 15 years,…

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A Day in the Life- Vic and Pamela

Vic and Pamela Crane moved into their cottage on Sunrise Ridge Circle in December 2021, after a visit to Kendal at Lexington that exceeded their expectations. “When we came for…

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What’s the best age to move into Kendal at Lexington?

When contemplating moving to a Life Plan Community (also known as a CCRC) like Kendal at Lexington, one of the questions many folks ask is, “What’s the right age to…

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Nancy Epley

Fabric Artist Stitches Together Century of Inspiration

Nancy Epley is a force of nature. As if being 100 years old and looking like she just walked out of a style magazine weren’t enough, the longtime Kalex resident…

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New Resident Testimonials Offer Genuine Glimpse of Life at Kendal

In four new videos, residents of Kendal at Lexington share in their own heartfelt words why they chose to live in this community and what they love most about it.…

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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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Capture a Glimpse of the Good Life at Kendal at Lexington

We realize sometimes a best kept secret is better shared. That certainly applies to our community at Kendal at Lexington. Our residents eagerly share what it is they love about…

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Stories of Enjoying in Place

Celebrating 100 years with a swim in the KaLex pool. Photos by resident Lad Session Ice cream “truck”. Staff serve delicious ice cream door to door to residents of the…

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Reflections on waiting in a holding pattern for the arrival of our "new normal"

Kendal at Lexington resident Bob Harrison reflects on waiting in a holding pattern for the arrival of our "new normal." Is it possible our new normal could be better than the old one?

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