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Longtime Kendal at Ithaca Board member Harold D. “Hal” Craft Jr. has been recognized by LeadingAge New York as its Trustee of the Year for 2020.

Harold D. Craft Wins LeadingAge New York 2020 Trustee of the Year Award

Jan. 4, 2021—A member of Kendal at Ithaca’s Board from 2009 through 2019, Hal served as Board Chair from 2013 to 2019.

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Update: December 30, 2020

Update for December 30, 2020             PART 2 Gratitude at the New Year I want to acknowledge the role EVERYONE is playing in containing the spread here at Kendal at Ithaca…

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Update: December 30, 2020

Update for December 30, 2020             PART 1 An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure In the last 24 hours we’ve had two additional positive COVID tests –…

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Update for December 24 to 28, 2020

I apologize for the hiatus during which your reporter abandoned her post. Sadly, a lot occurred during this timeframe and it brought disappointing news. On December 24, this announcement, in…

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December 22, 2020: A Message for All

This is the message that was shared with our Kendal at Ithaca residents today by our Executive Director, Laurie Mante. I felt the advice was worth sharing as broadly as…

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Update for December 21, 2020

A somewhat lengthy update for you today, but, since the last one, things have been quiet here on campus. However, the holiday season has not slowed the pace of all…

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Update for December 15, 2020

Update for December 15, 2020 As you may have guessed from your correspondent’s silence, not much has changed here at Kendal at Ithaca. We’re in a holding pattern punctuated by…

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Update for December 8

Kendal at Ithaca is reacting to today’s sobering release from the Tompkins County Health Department. An alarming increase in the number of cases in the county has occurred and officials…

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Update for December 7, 2020

We received a positive test result for a Cascadilla House employee today.  The employee was at work when we received notification and was immediately removed. The employee is asymptomatic.  We…

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