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THE MIDDLE EAST-FORGOTTEN THEATER OF THE GREAT WAR – VIDEO REPLAY

The Middle East is often called the forgotten theater of the Great War, yet the effects of the conflict there have reverberated through the 20th and 21st Centuries. Conflicting loyalties, personalities, and policies created a complex political and military situation, one that the allied powers found “hard to escape with honor and dignity.” This talk will center …

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Questions to Ask While Touring a Senior Living Community

Finding the right senior living community for you or a loved one can be intimidating, as we wrote in a recent blog post which you can read here. However, once you’ve gathered all your information and, narrowed down your list of communities that meet your needs, you’ll want to start touring communities to make sure it’s a good fit.  Touring …

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Country Store - Newsletter April 26

North Korea, Football, Reclaiming Patriotism Discount & Endorsements, Volunteers

Like you, we are counting the days to May 1 and May 19!  Since Governor Lamont’s recent decree, it is with palpable relief and even disbelief that we anticipate a return to life as we once knew it (with the addition of masks, of course!).  As always, Noble Horizons is working closely with the DPH …

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COVID, Hotchkiss, Hamish Lutris and Black History Month

Lots of good news from Noble Horizons!  As of January 21, every person living or working at Noble is COVID-free, and 100% of Cobble, Wagner, Riga and Whitridge residents have been vaccinated!  In addition, scores of Noble team members like longtime nurse Mary Ellen Baldwin, pictured here, lined up for vaccinations last week and cottagers …

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Judy

Volunteer Spotlight: Judy McKernon on Responsibility and FUN!

To say Noble Horizons is in Auxiliary President Judy McKernon’s blood would be stating the obvious. Judy’s family connection to Noble dates back to its inception.  Judy’s father Tom Wagner, a local attorney, was chosen to administer the John H and Ethel G Noble Charitable Trust, the purpose of which was to provide a place …

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Heroes behind the masks – Noble Nurses

From nursing to dietary, maintenance to recreation, Noble team members count on and support one another.  Wishing to acknowledge this camaraderie and dedication, Administrator Bill Pond asked Department Heads to write testimonials to the dedication and teamwork that characterize Noble Horizons.  Through these essays, it is clear that because every Department is valued and works …

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Bob

Speaking Softly and Extending a Helping Hand

Sometimes, even the smallest measures of kindness weave themselves into the fabric of our relationships and strengthen the neighborly bonds that become the foundations of a community. For Bob Bates, a 27-year veteran staff member at Noble Horizons, understanding the routines of the many cottagers he has come to know over the years, lending a …

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