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Learning and Connecting–Cathedral Village

Learning and Connecting–Cathedral Village

Forget the old rhyme, “No more pencils, no more books, no more teacher’s dirty looks.” At Village College, the continuing education program at Cathedral Village, the pencils are sharp, there are only good books, and the teachers and students are friends and neighbors. Cathedral Village is a premier continuing care retirement community in Philadelphia, Pa. The Village College has been keeping the community’s academic residents engaged in learning for more than 18 years.   Operated and taught entirely by residents, [...]

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Real-Life Story–The Crossings at Falls Run

Real-Life Story–The Crossings at Falls Run
When Ralph and Patti Myers went to an open house at The Crossings at Falls Run, they enjoyed great company and a delicious meal—and they decided to stay. Located in Fredericksburg, Va., The[...]

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The Circle of Life–Foulkeways at Gwynedd

The Circle of Life–Foulkeways at Gwynedd
By Nancy Nolan Photography by Jim Greipp / Pau Hana Productions In early 1986, Douglas Tweddale came to Foulkeways at Gwynedd, a Continuing Care Retirement Community in Montgomery County,[...]

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Making a Buzz–White Horse Village

Making a Buzz–White Horse Village
The saws hum. The drills purr. The hammers bang. The woodworkers are making a buzz again. In the Woodshop at White Horse Village, a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Newtown Square,[...]

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A Living Legacy–Dunwoody Village

A Living Legacy–Dunwoody Village
By Christy Brudin Everyone wants to leave a legacy. Whether it’s a family business, an accomplished offspring or a collection of worldly goods, most people strive to leave an impression on the[...]

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Smooth Sailing–BayWoods of Annapolis

Smooth Sailing–BayWoods of Annapolis
Smooth Sailing By Christy Brudin A first ascent of a mountain with two kids in tow. Three days anchored off a reef after los­ing a mast. An epic sail across the Atlantic. Herb and Ruth Weiss[...]

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CCRC Residents Sue Community for Financial Practices

Vi at Palo Alto residents filed a class action lawsuit in federal court Wednesday alleging the continuing care retirement center funneled $190 million in refundable entrance fees to its corporate[...]

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Baltimore Sun Reports Developers of Bel Air retirement community won’t change plans

Developers of a continuing care retirement community and surrounding single-family homes east of Bel Air changed their plans once, based on community opposition, but they do not plan to alter them[...]

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New CCRC Planned in Bel Air, MD

The Baltimore Sun reports that the developers of a proposed continuing care retirement community and housing development east of Bel Air have submitted a revised site plan which, in their words,[...]

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