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Blog - March 2012


Cape May's Cathy Koerner Among Wilmington's Leaders of the Year

Posted on March 21, 2012 in In The News

Cathy Koerner, Marketing Director at Cape May Retirement Village, was one of seven outstanding residents honored recently at the annual "Leaders of the Year" Gala in a Roberts Centre ballroom, Wilmington. According to the "Wilmington News Journal," media sponsor for the 2012 Leaders of the Year Gala, Koerner was honored as distinguished Leadership Clinton alumnus.

Blog - February 2012


Cape May Artist Enjoyed Watercolor

Posted on February 09, 2012 in Active Aging

Barbara Cartwright, a former resident of Cape May Retirement Village, was an accomplished artist for more than 30 years.

Blog - October 2011


The Value of Friendships and Social Wellness

Posted on October 14, 2011 in Active Aging

I recently attended a seminar and learned about the value of friendships as we age. I wanted to share a little information on this topic, so you can learn about the social, emotional, and physical benefits of friendship. As we age, social contact and friendships are often a priority need. Social wellness can have a profound impact on a person's ability to deal with stress.

Blog - September 2011


Walk to End Alzheimer’s was a Huge Success!

Posted on September 27, 2011 in Active Aging

Description of image](http://www.capemayohio.org/media/public/images/boehle.jpg)The 1st Annual Cape May Walk to End Alzheimer’s, held on September 24, 2011 exceeded all expectations! The event was a huge success due to the support and hard work of many people throughout the Wilmington Community. Nancy Price, the daughter of a Cape May resident, volunteered to chair this event.

Blog - March 2011


It’s Never Too Late to Learn or Play

Posted on March 06, 2011 in Health and Wellness

By Laurie Hogue, AL Director of Nursing Cortney, front desk, editor-in-chief of The Cape May Gazette, had just provided yet another reminder about meeting the news deadline, and I was experiencing writers block! I was staring at my computer monitor thinking to myself. . . “What should I write about?” Hmmm . . . Then I thought to myself, “It’s all about the residents, go find a story!” Ahhhh! Within 5 minutes, I came across two friends, Barbara Cartwright and Muriel Hiatt, sitting at a table in a quiet AL corridor, concentrating on a vintage game called CONTACK- Tri-Dominos Game, Copyright 1939, Parker Brothers.