Why Recycle?

Through Kendal’s Environmental Concerns committee, residents share information and encourage good stewardship of the environment. This piece on recycling appears in the May 2012 issue of The Kendalight.

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A Goose Standoff

A charming story from Kendalite Don P., describing a recent encounter that brought back fond memories. Don provides a picture, both in words and image, of his son’s youthful adventures.

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Breakfast is served at Kendal

Kendalite Janet W. shares information about dining at Kendal with the food editor of Cleveland’s newspaper, The Plain Dealer. She includes a frequently-requested recipe for Hot Baked Oatmeal, served daily at Kendal at Oberlin.

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Affectionately, Jim

“Affectionately, Jim” is a wartime story (WWII) written by Jim Sunshine. It appeared in the winter 2012 issue of Eureka, a literary publication written by Kendal at Oberlin residents.

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Special moments in Oberlin: an organ demonstration

It was one of the special moments which occur frequently here in Oberlin. Kendal at Oberlin had arranged an organ presentation in Finney Chapel as part of an open house for potential residents. Jim Christie, long time Oberlin College organ professor began with a talk, relaxed, funny, informative and threaded through with anecdotes.

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From Ping-Pong to Table Tennis

This article, appeared in our recent issue of The Reed, Kendal at Oberlin’s newsletter. There wasn’t room in the newsletter to include all of the photos. They are attached here as a slideshow. This is a great way to mix fun, fitness and camaraderie! Years ago, Kendal resident Connie B. began playing ping pong with […]

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