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Faces of Kendal: Ted Wolner

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Published: February 22, 2023 Kendal is home to more than 300 men and women in their 60s and well beyond. They come from near (Oberlin and Cleveland) and far (Hawaii, Canada and elsewhere). The residents share many common values, such as sustainability and lifelong learning, and many have ties

Values in Action: Environmental Sustainability

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Published: April 27, 2022   Kendal at Oberlin, and Kendal Corporation’s other affiliates are independent and not part of, or sponsored by any religious or social institution, but they were founded and continue to grow with intentional regard for the principles of the Religious Society of Friends

John Bartram Arboretum is II

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Published: November 4, 2022   Take 100+ acres of diverse habitat, add 500+ environmentally engaged Kendal residents and staff and the result: The John Bartram Arboretum at Kendal at Oberlin.  Now seven years later the arboretum has reached a “major milestone.” It is now a Level II facility, joining

Farmers Markets and Other Fresh News

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Published: June 18, 2020 We always celebrate Ohio’s summer harvest of corn, peaches and the like but this year when we’re searching for reminders that life’s beauty continues it’s especially gratifying to see our state’s colorful fresh bounty in the fields and in our hands. Kendal at Oberlin

Hiking for Your Health and Happiness

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a century of hiking The Cleveland Hiking Club began in 1919 and today has more than 1,200 members and year-round offers dozens of hikes DAILY of various lengths and degrees of difficulty. The hikes are also open to non-members. When CHC member Richard Hazelton moved to Kendal in 2019 from nearby Shaker

Solar Power Advancements and Initiatives at Kendal at Oberlin

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electricity usage. Three local projects are currently underway, including one at Kendal. Solar arrays are being installed on Oberlin City Schools new PreK-5th School and the Oberlin Community Services building. The arrays, supported by the city’s Sustainable Reserve Fund, will provide about 80

Why Eat Fresh

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and is open 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Vendor list is still being finalized. Vermilion’s Market in the Park is open through August 27 in Victory Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There’s even a weekly market at Kendal at Oberlin that is open to the public. Executive Chef Scott Stonestreet has arranged for produce from

Getting Started with Composting

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leaders to offer such a service. (For ideas of what communities are doing across the country check out the EPA’s Success Stories.) Another possible option is to find a nearby drop-off site for your compostable materials. At Kendal, the Grounds crew composts yard waste, plus residents leave food

Sustainable Diet

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businesses. Feed Your Body Right: Nutritional Needs After 50 As you age, having a healthy and balanced diet will help you look and feel your best while helping prevent many serious health issues. Learn how in our free guide. Get My Copy In the past, Molly Kavanaugh frequently wrote about Kendal