Jan. 12, 2021—Kendal's commitment to environmentally sensitive approaches reflects its Quaker roots, embracing the belief that human beings are stewards of the Earth and should care for it so that each generation passes on to the next one a world as good as or better than the one it received.
We Hold Those In The Light
At Kendal~Crosslands Communities Our Values Remain Strong Yesterday, our nation and the world witnessed a historic assault on our democracy with a lawless spectacle on the U.S. Capitol Building. It…
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.
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.
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.
Enso Village Plans Win City's Approval
Nov. 20, 2020 (Healdsburg, California)—The Planning Commission approval paves the way for the building permit application for construction of the 221-residence community. Construction is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2021.
The Kendal Difference: Local Ownership and Control
If you ask what makes Kendal at Lexington such a great community, you’ll get a variety of answers from residents and staff alike. Everything from the quality of care to…
Quakers have stood up for what they believed was right since the religion’s founding in England in the mid-1600s. Prison and mental health reform. Abolitionism and civil rights. Education for…