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In this issue: get details on Riderwood’s 2020 recycling statistics; residents Ed Wachtman received a unique honor; learn about the Riderwood Intermissions program; you can donate to the Benevolent Care Fund or Scholars Fund through your IRA and we have the details; and find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week!
In this issue: the Benevolent Care Fund kicks off this week, so learn what it does and how you can help; Sandy Morse, RAC Liaison to the Sustainability Committee, discusses questions you might want to pose to yourself about personal environmentalism; the Purple Lady Productions will be holding another great opera performance this week; and find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week!
In this issue: Neighbors in Deed will be returning soon to campus; Resident Anne Riley discusses her thoughts on the environmental ideas of Bill Gates; Erickson Advantage spotlights the importance of watching your blood pressure; get the first details on the upcoming Upscale Resale event coming up this October; and find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week!
In this issue: Bi-coastal Brass will return to the Encore Theater on July 16; The Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Committee is beginning preparations to honor Native Americans in November; Resident Dr. Bill Flank, co-chair of the Sustainability Committee, discusses the benefits of a circular economy; the Arts Council of Riderwood is planning for exhibit ten; and find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week!