Media Coverage

Joy Abounds at Queen City Memory Café

Monday, June 15, 2015

Vermont Maturity  June 2015, by Carrie Shamel   – When I heard that Burlington was starting a Memory Café, I was excited and curious. I was not sure what to expect, but I hoped to see that it would bring together those affected by memory challenges and their loved ones to share times of joy and …

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Program aims to cut Medicare costs, help seniors stay independent

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. – Nancy Baker and Rebecca Sleeman live at Cathedral Square in South Burlington. Sleeman has lung problems, but she’s able to breathe a sigh of relief thanks to a program called SASH. “Feeling of security, maybe we can stay in our homes longer and still be watched and have a place to …

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Elder Care: Enough ‘little things’ make big difference

Thursday, November 13, 2014

by Michelle Monroe – St. Albans Messenger ST. ALBANS — Shirley Nolan, 73, enjoys living in Four Winds, subsidized elderly housing operated by Cathedral Square. One of the things she likes most is the support she receives to remain independent. “They help us to stay healthy and exercise and eat healthy,” said Nolan. Nolan is …

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SASH: Making a Difference for Island Seniors

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

SASH: Making a Difference For Island Seniors By: Susan Davis, The Islander A few weeks ago, I touched base with Vermont Senator Tim Ashe (P – Chit) about a program that is making a difference in the lives of senior citizens in the Islands and throughout Vermont. In his non-legislative life, Ashe works for Cathedral …

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Shelburne’s Wright House Grand Opening

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Channel 17’s coverage of Shelburne’s Harrington Village & Wright House grand opening. Cathedral Square, Champlain Housing Trust, Housing Vermont, and special guest Governor Peter Shumlin celebrate the opening of new housing in Shelburne’s village.

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HUD Announces $754,859 Recovery Act Green Retrofit Award to Help 107 Affordable Homes in Vermont Become More Energy Efficient

Sunday, July 27, 2014

BOSTON – U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Regional Administrator Richard A. Walega announced today that Cathedral Square Senior Living in Burlington, VT has been awarded $754,859 to complete energy efficient renovations with Recovery Act funds. These renovations will not only generate many necessary upgrades to 107 affordable apartments, but they will also create jobs …

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A TOUR WITH A TWIST- A glimpse at affordable senior housing

Monday, May 12, 2008

A TOUR WITH A TWIST – A glimpse at affordable senior housing By: Barbara Leitenberg Published in: The Burlington Free Press, May 12, 2008 Spring home and garden tours usually give you a chance to visit impressive gardens and stately homes. “Opening Doors,” a home tour Thursday, is different. It features affordable homes. “We want …

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Seniors Picket for Road Safety

Thursday, April 24, 2008

By: Sara Buscher Published in: The Burlington Free Press, April 24, 2008 South Burlington—They say they don’t want to see it happen again. Residents of the Grand Way Commons Senior Housing complex watched as 60-year-old Kenny Lafoe was taken by ambulance to the hospital last week after being struck by a car while walking in …

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New Owners To Keep Four Winds Rents

Friday, October 19, 2007

New Owners To Keep Four Winds Rents Cathedral Square to Buy Senior Housing Complex By: Leon Thompson Published in: St. Albans Messenger October 19, 2007 St. Albans City – With one Franklin County property in its portfolio – and the chance to be a partner in another – Cathedral Square Corporation (CSC) is set to …

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Smoking Ban Irritates Senior Puffers

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

By: Mike Ives Published in: Seven Days October 17 – 24, 2007 COLCHESTER — Reggie Peters, 73, started smoking while serving as a combat medic during the Korean War. Now a disabled veteran, he goes through two packs a day in his room at the Holy Cross Senior Housing in Colchester, where he’s lived for …

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When I’m 64 . . . Where Will I Live?

Thursday, September 27, 2007

By: John Fairbanks, VHFA Published in: The Other Paper September 27, 2007 Vermont is graying rapidly, and that demographic fact presents major challenges in housing and other areas, according to a new issue paper released today by Vermont Housing Finance Agency. The new publication, Housing and the Needs of Vermont’s Aging Population, is the third …

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Grand Opening for Grand Way Commons

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

By: Leigh Waters, staff writer Published in: The Other Paper July 26, 2007 With a list of dignitaries on hand longer than the ceremonial ribbon, Grand Way Commons at 412 Farrell Street officially opened last Thursday, July 19th. The first floor of the new building is home to four non-profits; Cathedral Square Corporation, HomeShare Vermont, …

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