We had a visit from Edgewood Elementary School's fifth grade enrichment program. They were full of energy and questions and ready to learn the ins and outs of architecture and interior design. We received Thank-you notes from all the students to put on display in the studio. We are thankful for their enthusiasm and interest in the industry and look forward to the next generation of young architects and designers.
We took some time today to enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal with each other. We are thankful this holiday season for an amazingly talented group to work with.
WBA would like to thank all who have served. Thank You.
COLONEL ROBERT L. HOWARD VETERANS HOME
The sprawling Colonel Robert L. Howard State Veterans Home provides a sense of community living for its 254 residents. Connected within a town-like setting, including Main Street and the Town Center, the Veterans home is comprised of small groups of bedrooms arranged consecutively into units called houses, which are grouped together to form neighborhoods. More like a small village, each of the five neighborhoods provides wide corridors, patios, porches, pathways, porticos and landscaped courtyards so residents can feel connected to the outside world. In addition to providing more efficient and convenient care to residents, support spaces are also included within each neighborhood to serve the emotional and physical needs of each resident.