As multiple-unit residential facilities with high operational costs, senior care centers and assisted living facilities have to consistently assess energy usage and system efficiencies to ensure long-term sustainability.
When my maternal grandfather retired from business in New York, my grandparents bought a farm in Williamstown, Massachusetts. We were living in Arizona at that time, and my brother and I were asked to name some of their first animals. At the end of World War II we moved to Connecticut, and we and our Boston and New York cousins (and later younger siblings) began to gather at the farm during our school vacations.
Members of the Gildo T. Consolini VFW Post 3272, Avon, Connecticut elected James (Jim) Hutton, Vietnam Veteran, as the next Commander of the Post. He was installed as Commander on May 25, 2016 during the regular monthly meeting of the Post members.
In 1961, I left the Johns Hopkins math department in Baltimore and we came to Yale. Baltimore had been divided into ethnically exclusive neighborhoods, with different religious affiliations, and public facilities were still partly segregated. We were pleased to find that the Yale math department had a warm and friendly social life.
Whitney Center, a not-for-profit senior living community that has been serving seniors since 1979, underwent a significant renovation and expansion to its campus between 2007-2011 and is now being recognized for the design and engineering achievements of the project.
Meeting up with friends, spreading out a blanket, sitting in one of the city’s scenic parks, maybe with a bottle of wine — for thousands of people each summer, this is the way to enjoy Shakespeare in New Haven.