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Residents hear of possible benefits of acupuncture

Written by Carolyn Adams

At a Broadmead Residents Association (BRA) Healthcare Lecture, Wellness Director Andy Switzer introduced Barbara Kandel, MSW, LAc, and said that Broadmead will partner with Mend Acupuncture to provide treatment to residents.

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Second trip to African-American Museum as rewarding as the first

Written by a Broadmead Resident

“We think we understand the events we’ve lived through. We have much more to learn,” said one Broadmead resident. The return trip to the Smithsonian’s Museum of African American History and Culture, following one last spring, did not disappoint.

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Broadmead Welcomes New Resident, Barrett Rudd

Content provided by Jackie Mintz

A former chair of the Broadmead Board of Trustees, Barrett Rudd knew that when he moved to a retirement community, he would pick Broadmead.

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Bart Houseman tells of 50 years at Goucher, plus one at Los Alamos

Written by Bob Heaton

To open his address at a recent Saturday Men’s Social, Dr. Bart Houseman thanked the audience for having become such an important part of his and wife Dori’s lives.

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Black History Month to be celebrated at Broadmead with talks on Baltimore history

Content provided by a Broadmead resident

Baltimore is the focus of a series of talks on Black History, presented by historian Willa Banks, formerly Director of Education and Curatorial Affairs at the Benjamin Banneker Historical Park and Museum. This series, sponsored by the Multicultural Committee, takes place in the Broadmead Auditorium on Wednesdays at 3 p.m.

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