Small House designed for residents with mild to moderate memory challenges Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury (RWC) today announced the opening of the latest in its continuum of care offerings – The Small
Born in Lancaster County when Woodrow Wilson was president and World War I was well under way, Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury resident Mrs. Irma Burke celebrated her 107th birthday on Sept. 25.
Get to know RWC residents who served in U.S. Armed Forces Like many members of the Greatest Generation and the Silent Generation, Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury residents are reluctant to be in
Residents plant more than 200 milkweed plants in 2022 to attract declining species With the numbers of monarch butterflies that migrate annually across North America decreasing considerably over the last
RWC is proud to announce that the 2021 Employee of the Year is Karen Conaway. Karen was selected by her peers from among 11 other 2021 Employee of the Month awardees.
RWC Named a Winner at the McKnight’s Technology Awards Earlier this month, Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury was honored with McKnight’s Excellence in Technology Award. RWC Director of Nursing Mary Ann Hensley and
Military Veterans Annually Honored in RWC November Show Meet RWC residents who served in U.S. Armed Forces As former military members move in at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury, they quickly find they
RWC Staff Member To Showcase Art in June First artist to display works at retirement community since March 2020 Amy Lewis, RWC coordinator of the resident life program, was a
RWC Devotes Meadows to Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary Residents Purchase 200 Milkweed Plants to Support Declining Species With monarch butterfly populations dramatically declining over the past few years, Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury (RWC)
RWC Names Annitra Ball 2020 Employee of the Year Administrative Assistant in Resident Clinic has Worked for Retirement Community 20+ years In a classic case of the apple not falling