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New Faces at the Front Desk


Often, the first people you see when you visit Kendal at Oberlin are the friendly staff at the front reception desk near the main entrance. The front desk is a hub for information, serving residents, visitors and staff seven days a week. We’ve had some changes recently. Veronica Toth accepted a new

Kendal at Oberlin in the News - July 2021


Here is news coverage for Kendal at Oberlin for the month of July, 2021 The Oberlin Review on Kendal at Oberlin Pandemic Experiences The Oberlin Review spotlighted Kendal at Oberlin resident and staff experiences throughout the pandemic in Kendal Lifts COVID-19 Restrictions Amid Low Cases, by Nina

80 Miles in 8 Days


Kendal at Oberlin Resident Walks to Celebrate 80th Birthday Kendal resident Jim Walsh walks regularly for exercise around and near the KaO campus, but he’s planning to “step it up” a notch as he approaches his 80th birthday. Jim will walk 10 miles per day for 8 days – a total of 80 miles – just

Kendal at Oberlin is a 2022 Tree Campus® Healthcare Organization


The Arbor Day Foundation Recognizes Kendal and the Health Benefit of Trees Good news for Kendal at Oberlin and the John Bartram Arboretum! The Arbor Day Foundation has named Kendal at Oberlin a 2022 Tree Campus® Healthcare institution for its commitment to planting, nurturing, and celebrating trees

New Board Leadership for Kendal at Oberlin


Every two years the leadership of the Kendal at Oberlin Board of Directors changes hands. Liz Burgess, owner of Ginko Gallery and Studio in Oberlin, stepped down as chair in December 2020 and was succeeded by Joan Villarreal, former Senior Vice President with Lorain National Bank. “I was so proud

Kendal Residents in Age Well Study


 “The Age Well Study” is a five-year, nationwide study examining the impact of residing in a Life Plan Community on residents’ health and wellness. Kendal at Oberlin is one of 122 Life Plan Communities participating in the study, conducted by the Mather Institute.  The Year 4 survey

Lorain County JVS Carpentry Students Build Mud Kitchens


JVS students Joseph Woolf, (Oberlin) and Tamarr Long, (Elyria) finish the roof on one of the mud kitchens for Kendal Early Learning Center. Lorain County JVS Carpentry students and a few tenth graders came together to build two mud kitchens for Kendal Early Learning Center in Oberlin. Jeni Hoover

Kendal at Oberlin in the News: August -September 2021


Here is news coverage for Kendal at Oberlin, August- September, 2021 McKnight Senior Living: ‘Calm Preparedness’ Carries Community Through COVID-19 Breakthrough Infections In this article Barbara Thomas, Kendal at Oberlin CEO shared insights into the communities “calm preparedness” mantra towards