Video Highlights Reasons Kendal at Oberlin Staff Got Vaccinated
Dec. 31, 2020—Quinn Barbee, Facility Services, was the first of 110 staff slated for inoculations Dec. 31. In addition, more than 50 other staff already are signed up for vaccinations Jan. 21, and that number is expected to grow rapidly.
Harold D. Craft Wins LeadingAge New York 2020 Trustee of the Year Award
Jan. 4, 2021—A member of Kendal at Ithaca’s Board from 2009 through 2019, Hal served as Board Chair from 2013 to 2019.
Kendal at Oberlin Residents Get the COVID-19 Vaccine
Today, Kendal at Oberlin welcomed pharmacists from Walgreens. And it was a very warm welcome for sure! They arrived with the first round of vaccines for Kendal residents and staff.
Collington Residents and Staff Vaccinated
Dec. 29, 2020—Collington provided vaccinations for 98% of its nursing home and assisted living residents and more than 150 staff members on Saturday, Dec. 26.
LeadingAge NY Names Hal Craft Trustee of the Year
Dec. 24, 2020--LeadingAge New York CEO Jim Clyne presented the award to Craft during a Dec. 16 Zoom meeting of Kendal at Ithaca’s Board of Trustees.
Senior Pen Pal Program
Our very own resident, Bindy Bitterman, is doing her part to bring joy to those in isolation during Covid-19. She is featured in The Honeycomb Project’s latest campaign. “What makes…
Kendal Values: The Foundation of Our Mission and Community
Healthy living, active aging and continuing contributions to community life are just some of the aspects of living at Kendal at Lexington that make it such a desirable and thriving…
Kendal Honored for Handling of COVID-19 Communications
Dec. 8, 2020—Kendal marketing staff and AKCG worked together to help affiliates decide how and when to report COVID-19 cases and how to reinforce them with messages of comfort, compassion and security when communicating to key audiences.
Why “Tutwiler” ? How the Library Was Named
We are all acquainted with the Tutwiler Library, but not everyone knows who “Tutwiler” was. Carrington Cabell Tutwiler, affectionately known as “Tut,” was a longtime professor of English literature at…