Resident Margaret Bagley’s Historical Novel Slated for Publication

Sep 26, 2017

Sept. 26,  2017—As a little girl, Margaret Bagley watched as her father uncovered a faded blue wooden chest from a shed he was cleaning out. Years later she would discover what treasures were hidden within. The blue chest had belonged to her grandmother, accompanying her as she crossed the plains as a pioneer. Inside, Bagley […]

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Opening of New Dining Venue Slated for December

Sep 13, 2017

Construction of a new Bistro dining area at Collington, scheduled for completion in late November, will give residents new and more varied dining options. The Bistro is just one facet of the project, which also includes renovating the current dining room, improving its acoustics and enhancing views of nearby Lake Collington. Collington’s 2013 strategic plan […]

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UMD School of Music Partners with Collington

Jun 14, 2017

Two music students will live rent-free as artists in residence in exchange for designing music programs for seniors. June 14, 2017, COLLEGE PARK, Md. and MITCHELLVILLE, Md. — The University of Maryland School of Music (SOM) and Collington, a Kendal-affiliated Life Plan retirement community, have partnered to create a student artist residency program that brings […]

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Ziegler Closes on $64 Million Financing for Collington

May 16, 2017

CHICAGO, IL—MAY 16, 2017—Ziegler, a specialty investment bank, today announced the successful closing of the $63,995,000 Series 2017 financing for Collington Episcopal Life Care Community, Inc. The Series 2017 Tax-Exempt Bonds were issued through Prince George’s County, Maryland. In 1982, Collington began to develop, construct and operate a continuing care retirement community in Mitchellville, Maryland, […]

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Collington CEO elected to LeadingAge Board

Nov 01, 2016

Nov. 1, 2016—Marvell Adams, Executive Director/CEO of Collington, a Kendal-affiliated Life Plan community in suburban Washington, D.C., has been elected to the 2017 LeadingAge Board of Directors. A national charitable organization focused on education, advocacy and applied research, LeadingAge is dedicated to expanding the world of possibilities for aging. Marvell was included on a slate […]

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Summaries of Kendal’s Intergenerational Webcast on Aging provided to White House Conference on Aging

Jul 15, 2015

Kendal has provided the 2015 White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) Planning Team with a 20-page Executive Summary and a video overview of its recent intergenerational webcast on aging issues. On May 28, Kendal partnered with its local PBS-TV station to webcast live, intergenerational discussions about each of the four themes of the upcoming White […]

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Intergenerational Webcast Involves Over 2,000 Participants

Jun 08, 2015

Daylong discussions among more than 2,000 participants ages 15 to 95 took place in person and online during Kendal’s May 28 webcast leading up to July’s White House Conference on Aging. We are now in the process of pulling together the recommendations that emerged from those conversations, along with an archive of the daylong webcast, for […]

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Kendal to Host Intergenerational Webcast May 28

May 18, 2015

Mara Liasson, national correspondent for NPR, will facilitate an intergenerational discussion on retirement security at Collington May 28 as part of a daylong live webcast addressing White Conference on Aging key issues. If time permits, Mara Liasson will also take part in a Q&A session with the viewing audience at Collington. Kendal is partnering with […]

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Around the World in 120 Days

Apr 01, 2015

On March 14, Collington Board Member Joe Howell and his wife, Embry, set off on an around-the-world tour without using airplanes. CLICK HERE to see their regular blog entries, as well as photos, as they make their way around the world.

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Resident’s Gift Enhances Fitness Center

Aug 01, 2014

A generous Collington resident donated $20,000 for new equipment for the Fitness Center. The Collington Foundation added a grant of $3,098 from unrestricted funds to purchase senior friendly strength training and aerobics equipment. Some of the first residents to enjoy using the new equipment are Philip Corfman and Joy Liasson.

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