Altria Retiree Showcases Photography in RWC’s August Art Exhibition Harold Burnley’s work to feature Southwest Virginia landscapes Harold Burnley Jr.’s life work took him all over the globe, giving him
Montross Artist will Headline RWC’s July Art Show Diane Jackson will display local scenes from days gone by Chesapeake Bay buyboats and wharfs that no longer exist are among Montross
Our May "Employee of the Month" is Tom Conner in the RWC Maintenance Department. Tom has been an employee at RWC for over nine years. He was recognized for doing whatever the residents need
Attend the Longest Day event where you can join thousands all over the U.S. and take the opportunity to learn more about Alzheimer's disease. Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury is sponsoring a Longest Day event in Kilmarnock,
Alzheimer's, Dementia and the Stages of Memory Loss
RWC Dementia Coordinator Mary Arthur adds credential to long list Certified Dementia Consultant is latest accomplishment Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury (RWC) Dementia Coordinator Mary Arthur has just added another credential to her
Humorist, Book Author is Final Speaker in RWC Viewpoints Series Tom Allen writes for the Richmond Times-Dispatch Growing up in a Catholic family with six children, Tom Allen felt like he
RWC Featured June Artists: ‘It’s a Family Affair’ Coordinator of Resident Program Development and relatives display their work Amy Lewis, Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury Coordinator of Resident Program Development, is no stranger
Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury received Virginia Living's First Place award as the Best Retirement Community in Eastern Virginia for 2019! Thank you for voting!
Congratulations to RWC's April 2019 Employee of the Month, Brenda Clarke from the housekeeping department! Brenda is pictured with Tonya Hill, RWC's Housekeeping Manager and Stuart Bunting, President and CEO. Well done Brenda!