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A Day in the Life of The Clare Security

Security is common in many high-rise Chicago residences. At The Clare, however, security services look quite different, and they’re crucial to the building’s operations. From conducting wellness checks and handling … Continue reading “A Day in the Life of The Clare Security”

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Andy Poznanski: One Step Ahead

Clare resident Andy Poznanski has often been one step ahead. He and his family were one step ahead of significant danger on several occasions during World War II. He was … Continue reading “Andy Poznanski: One Step Ahead”

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Clare Executive Chef Named LCS Chef of the Year

Clare Executive Chef Hagop Hagopian bested a field of 27 contestants to earn the first-ever LCS Chef of the Year award in August, a title he says simply represents what … Continue reading “Clare Executive Chef Named LCS Chef of the Year”

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Nancy Lee Spilove: The Meditation and Precision of Sumi-e Painting

Over the years, Clare resident Nancy Lee Spilove made her way through a number of careers before retiring at The Clare in Chicago. She spent 10 years managing her ex-husband’s … Continue reading “Nancy Lee Spilove: The Meditation and Precision of Sumi-e Painting”

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Clare Chef Receives National Recognition for Culinary Competitions

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In less than a month, Clare Executive Chef Hagop Hagopian will travel to Houston to compete for the coveted title of LCS Chef of the Year. Chef Hagop is one … Continue reading “Clare Chef Receives National Recognition for Culinary Competitions”

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Susie Kealy: When a Dream Becomes Art

One night a few years back, as Clare resident Susie Kealy slept, she dreamt about her cat. It was an unusual dream. Susie’s cat has a line along the length … Continue reading “Susie Kealy: When a Dream Becomes Art”

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A Day in the Life of a Clare Cook

Brian Beech, a Lead Cook at The Clare, has worked in multiple delis and restaurants over the years. His time in Chicago dining services at the community, however, has been … Continue reading “A Day in the Life of a Clare Cook”

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Cognitive Testing is More Important Than Ever

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Cognitive testing is more important than ever, especially among older adults. Yet only 16% of seniors receive regular cognitive testing during routine health checkups, according to Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and … Continue reading “Cognitive Testing is More Important Than Ever”

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What Is Your Plan? Decluttering and Downsizing for a Move to Senior Living

The Clare living room view over the city

Decluttering can be a stressful and overwhelming experience, especially when downsizing for a move to senior living like The Clare. Chances are, you’ve collected countless pieces of furniture, knick-knacks, documents … Continue reading “What Is Your Plan? Decluttering and Downsizing for a Move to Senior Living”

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