New community space offers fun, fellowship

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Posted: February 22, 2013

The Winchester Star

Thelma Driver (from left), Bev Whiting, Ann Rubal, Margarite Williams and Alina Learned play a card game at the Clarke County Active Living Center located in Chet Hobert Park on Thursday. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
BELOW: Mary “Nita” Dunlap (standing from left), a volunteer at the Clarke County Active Living Center, performs with member Theresa Perdue and Ramona DeLeFe at the new Center. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
RIGHT: Cook Brenda Rothgeb (left) and assistant cook Josephine Lockley work in the new kitchen.
After years of fundraising and almost a year of construction, the new Clarke County Active Living Center is up and running.

BERRYVILLE — Ann Rubal and Jeanne Rakowski have a new home away from home.

The two residents of Mary Hardesty House in Berryville attend the Clarke County Active Living Center, which on Jan. 4 moved…



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