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Welcome to New Resident, Carolyn Adams

By Kathleen Truelove

Carolyn Adams is a traveling woman. Her late husband, William, did not share her interest in travel, so after his death in 2005, following 30 years of marriage, she set out to see the world. Since then, she has visited 52 countries. Her favorite trip was visiting Machu Picchu, and there is no least favorite.

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Broadmead Welcomes New Resident, Joanne Temah Goldsmith

By Ellen Saterlie

Joanne Goldsmith has dedicated much of her life to upholding First Amendment Rights, i.e. the separation of church and state, particularly in the public schools. She served as a member of the Maryland State Board of Education for ten years, where she was a watchdog of clear delineation of the funding sources for education in the state.

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How Financial Confidence Impacts Your Life Plan Community Decision Process

By Brad Breeding for myLifeSite

Choosing to move to a Life Plan Community (also known as a Continuing Care Retirement Community or “CCRC”) is no doubt a big decision, involving aspects related to housing, lifestyle, healthcare, and certainly finances. For most potential residents of a Life Plan Community, it’s nearly impossible to make a final decision without having a certain level of financial confidence about the choice, taking into consideration the short-term budget implications of the decision, but also the long-term financial impact.

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Residents Hear and Enjoy the Sacred Music of the African American Church

By a Broadmead Resident

Broadmead residents were stirred in late March by a dramatic concert presented by the Community Concert Choir of Baltimore. The group, founded by its director Marco Merrick in 2010, numbers 196 when fully assembled, with participants of all ages, differing cultural denominations, and from several states. In addition to Director Merrick,32 singers, a pianist, and a cellist appeared.

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Geological History of MD Explained by Rock Expert

By a Broadmead Resident

Geologist Dennis Coskren gave Broadmead residents a fast-paced tour of a slow-moving process: the geological history of Maryland, which goes back 1.2 billion years. The state sits on the North American Plate, one of a number of plates which float on the Earth’s crust. Their movement produces continental drift, explained by plate tectonics.

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