This week Dublin released a 90-second video giving an overview of the City’s new “Aging in Place” plan, which aims to ensure Dublin is a great community for everyone to live full lives throughout their later years.
As part of the program, there’s an event coming up on Wednesday, October 17 at 7:00 p.m. at the Dublin Community Recreation Center called “Someone I love is Aging… and so am I“, presented by Syntero, a local mental health provider.
You can read more about the Aging in Place program on the Dublin website here: https://dublinohiousa.gov/living/aging-in-place/
This week the Weybridge Ladies Lunch celebrated Mabel Clapp’s 100th birthday at the Worthington Inn. Thanks to organizer Sharon Foster for sharing the following photos!
Mary Jean Swenson was a longtime resident of Weybridge, so we are sorry to report she passed away on September 16 at the age of 96. A clipping of her obituary from the Columbus Dispatch is posted below, or you can view the obituary online.
Every March, June, September, and December the Weybridge HOA publishes The Bridge — a brief newsletter covering items of interest to the community. We print it and mail it to all residents. We also post it here on the website in case anyone needs another copy or wants to revisit old editions.
Click here for an electronic copy (PDF) of The Bridge.
Got news to share? Please send it to the Editor of The Bridge — Bill Campbell — via email: email@example.com
Today — September 17, 2018 — is Mabel Clapp’s 100th birthday and we are delighted to celebrate with her!
You can celebrate with Mabel and the Weybridge Ladies at their monthly Lunch — this Thursday, September 20th at the Worthington Inn.
Need a ride? Contact Sharon Foster at 614-659-7819 or firstname.lastname@example.org
BrightView, our landscaping provider, has advised us that they will be mowing a little differently this week due to the recent heavy rains.
They will be mowing this week, but they will be a bit more selective on where they mow. They will mow anywhere that will support it — that is, areas that won’t sustain turf damage from the lawn mowing equipment. Some low-lying or poorly-drained areas may still be too wet or muddy to safely support their gear.
They feel a little long grass — temporarily — is better than rutting up yards and tearing up turf, which could easily become a problem into next year. They’ll resume a more normal mowing pattern as the ground firms up.
Questions? Contact Brent at email@example.com.