Here you can find the digital editions of the weekly Riderwood Reporter Newspapers for November 2021.
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Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, there is no issue of the Riderwood Reporter Newspaper.
In this issue: Learn about the Riderwood Wood Shop; Community Resources is preparing; the Lion’s Club will be selling See’s Candies to benefit the Benevolent Care Fund; Intermissions will be hosting an Open House on December 2; and find out what you can see on Riderwood TV this week as well.
In this issue: New name, but same support: Sharing Our Journey is now the Aging Support Group – Developing Coping Skills; with two weeks left in November, there are still plenty of events for Native American Heritage Month; Chris Davis provides an update on the Plastic Film Recycling Challenge; Bob Boger discusses the role of Resident Life at Riderwood; the Performing Arts Council will be welcoming Symphony of the Potomac on December 5; the Health Forum will discuss blood pressure medications with Dr. Elena Vagichev; and Mah Jongg cards are now on sale until December 14.
In this issue: Meet the news Community Resource Lead Coordinator Jamie Jaegers; get the details on the Veterans Legacy Group’s Veterans Day Ceremony on November 11; Pickleball elected new leaders and started plans for the upcoming year; learn how you can get some tax benefits by donating to Riderwood through your IRA; Save the Date for the 2021 Craft Bazaar; learn about the new Riderwood plastic bag recycling initiative; Civility @ Riderwood prepares residents for the new normal; Erickson Advantage achieves top national ranking!
In this issue: The Staff Appreciation Fund is coming to a close, so learn how residents see the staff go the extra mile every day; the first post-COVID Arts Council exhibit is now on display; November is Native American Heritage Month and the Native American Heritage subcommittee of the Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Committee has plenty of events planned; the Continuing Education Committee will be sponsoring a lecture on the Cornwallis Surrender; get a preview of the Local Trips for the month of November; and find out about the League of Women Voters upcoming Meet and Greet.