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Cybersecurity Awareness Month

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offers many free online resources and guides. Hands-on Help Many companies, such as Best Buy Geek Squad, TechtoUs and Candoo Tech offer tech support and training for businesses and individuals. Candoo’s training is designed for older adults, which is why Kendal at Oberlin decided to offer Candoo

A Special Illumination Night at Kendal

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not just for the college it’s a time for the whole community to come together,” says Kim Preston, Oberlin College alumna (1970), Oberlin resident and Kendal Social Services associate. An Idea to Keep the Lights Shining With the 2020 commencement virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kim came up

Celebrating Black History Month - 2021

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+ features five family movies for Black History Month. Kendal residents have put together a “civil rights film festival” that they can watch from the safety of their home. Also in keeping with ASALH’s Black family theme, the February issue of Kendal’s monthly resident newsletter, The Kendalight

Birders: It's Time to Head Outside!

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to Dining, Shopping, and Attractions Discover a few of the restaurants, shops, and one-of-a-kind experiences you can only find in Oberlin!  Check Out Oberlin Attractions   In the past, Molly Kavanaugh frequently wrote about Kendal at Oberlin for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, where she was a reporter

Ohio Trails for Wine, Writers and the White House

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A. Garfield National Historic Site in Mentor. Why Oberlin? A Guide to Dining, Shopping, and Attractions Discover a few of the restaurants, shops, and one-of-a-kind experiences you can only find in Oberlin!  Check Out Oberlin Attractions   In the past, Molly Kavanaugh frequently wrote about Kendal

Books to Read & to Share

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is not an easy task. But it can mean an exciting new beginning. Road Map to Residency In the past, Molly Kavanaugh frequently wrote about Kendal at Oberlin for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, where she was a reporter for 16 years. Now we are happy to have her writing for the Kendal at Oberlin Community. About

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Lifelong Learning Virtually Abounds!

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retirement communities like Kendal at Oberlin and other sites. Now, though, courses are virtual, which means you can check out centers near and far. Lorain County Community College’s Center for LifeLong Learning is offering about 20 virtual classes this fall. To find out what other U.S. lifelong learning

Reading List: Learning About Racial Inequality

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that’s what learning is about — trying to understand other people’s perspectives.” What are you reading these days?   Learn More About Kendal at Oberlin – A Vibrant Community for Older Adults Are you making plans for your future? Kendal at Oberlin offers an active lifestyle, with opportunities