Eating your age: 10 tips to help you thrive By Tara Mathis, RWC registered dietician While acting your age is relative, eating for you age is certainly not. As we
Five Tips to Help You Enjoy the Next Chapter of Life By LuAnne Davis, RWC Vice President of Marketing and Development Don’t Wait! We love to welcome new residents at
RWC’s March artist finds inspiration locally Acrylic paintings reflect love of nature Moving to Mathews County inspired artist Chris McCormick to rediscover painting, her first passion. “I’m inspired by the
2018 Viewpoints Series Begins March 5 Ilona Duncan chronicled her experiences in memoir Through writing a memoir, Ilona Duncan was able to come to terms with her heritage and her
RWC resident Carol Wright Hardy to receive prestigious W&M alumni award Former music teacher directs two annual programs in community Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury resident Carol Wright Hardy is a modest woman for all
February’s Featured Artist to Exhibit Watercolors Painter draws inspiration from photographs he’s taken Mathews County artist Bob Haynes will exhibit paintings of landscapes, animals – and anything else that strikes
Wine is a Theme of RWC’s January Art Show Paintings have ties to Virginia, Northern Neck Oenophiles take note: Virginia’s “wine artist” will be featured in Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury’s first show
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