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  • PBS North Carolina presents a special preview screening of SHOW MUST GO ON!

    Jeremiah R. Jones, writer and director, takes us to The Cedars of Chapel Hill where four women who choose a life filled with friendship, laughter and purpose, show us a new way of looking at the years ahead and that it is never too late to reinvent yourself. This special event begins with a preview…

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  • Spotlight on Hot Stuff: Not to be missed

    by Rich Hendel and Sally Senner. It all began sometime in early 2015 when the Cultural Arts Committee had an idea to put on a Cedars talent show. Pat Beyle, head of the committee, was asked to produce it. After the last performance, Jane Hauser came to Pat with a suggestion they might do a show together…

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  • Cedars PORCH Food Collection

    The monthly Cedars PORCH food collection will be on Monday, August 15th, at 8:30 AM. If you have food to donate this month, please have it outside by 8:30 AM. Bags should be visible from the street so our volunteer driver will know to stop to make a pickup. Residents of Davie & Moore Verandas, Villas…

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  • Never Stop Learning! 11 Hobbies to Try Out

    Cedars of Chapel Hill Members enjoy birdwatching at our bird sanctuary. There’s never a time to stop learning because there’s always something new to try. Finding a new activity or interest is essential regardless of age or physical capabilities. Like Henry Ford stated, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone…

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  • The Institute for Healthcare Improvement Recognizes The Cedars of Chapel Hill.

      When it comes to our later years in life, it is essential for most people to have a place where they feel comfortable, safe and protected, but without relinquishing those elements of life that matter most. Whether by having dependable health caregivers and facilities, a safe environment for meeting others or personal growth and…

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  • Dr. John Neter, a distinguished member of The Cedars of Chapel Hill, celebrates his 99th Birthday.

    Four generations of the Neter family were present to honor Dr. Neter, including his son Ron, who shared this delightful experience during their celebratory week: My wife, Mona, and I were in Chapel Hill from Los Angeles for a week’s worth of celebrations in honor of the 99th Birthday of my dad, John Neter. While…

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  • Volunteering: A Great Way to Give Back While Benefiting Too!

    “At the end of the day, it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished … it’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better. It’s about what you’ve given back.” – Denzel Washington. Volunteering – it is a simple word with an even more straightforward meaning. It is an act of…

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  • Creating a Legacy Cookbook

    “Cooking is at once child’s play and adult joy. And cooking done with care is an act of love.” – Craig Claiborne.  Can you make biscuits like your mother used to make them? Perhaps you are known for your lasagna, fried chicken, or a particular dessert. Do family members often ask you for advice about…

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  • Memorial Day: Not Just Another Holiday.

    For many Americans, Memorial Day is known as the kick-off of the summer season. After all, it is a three-day weekend perfect for having fun, taking a quick trip, and, of course, visiting with friends and family. But, for many other Americans, particularly those who have served in our armed forces, Memorial Day is much…

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  • Spring is Around the Corner: 9 Ways to Get Ready

    With spring just around the corner, it is hard not to get excited about a new season. And like every new season, we should celebrate spring in some fashion. So, if you are looking for some COVID-friendly activities that can help spring 2021 be a bit better and more enjoyable, then we have nine ideas…

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