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Ribbon cutting opens new space for Blakehurst in Towson

Karen Benckini, left, the media director with Clapp Communications, and Charles R. Conner III, ESQ, the Baltimore regional director of the office of U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen, enjoy their time at Blakehurst’s ribbon-cutting opening in Towson. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

Karen Benckini, left, the media director with Clapp Communications, and Charles R. Conner III, ESQ, the Baltimore regional director of the office of U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen, enjoy their time at Blakehurst’s ribbon-cutting opening in Towson. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

Jack Luetkemeyer, far left, the co-chair of Continental Realty Corporation, cuts the ceremonial ribbon with Rob Perry, the executive director of Blakehurst, officially opening the new 39,000 square feet of premium space for the senior independent living community. Joining them on stage for the ribbon cutting were Roberta McMenamin, vice president and director of operations management with Life Care Services; Curt Wagner, a project manager with LCS Development; and Allison Pendroy, senior vice president and director of for-profit communities with Life Care Services. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

Jack Luetkemeyer, far left, the co-chair of Continental Realty Corporation, cuts the ceremonial ribbon with Rob Perry, the executive director of Blakehurst, officially opening the new 39,000 square feet of premium space for the senior independent living community. Joining them on stage for the ribbon cutting were Roberta McMenamin, vice president and director of operations management with Life Care Services; Curt Wagner, a project manager with LCS Development; and Allison Pendroy, senior vice president and director of for-profit communities with Life Care Services. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

Maryland state Sen. James Brochin, D-Baltimore County gets a photo with Blakehurst marketing director Elizabeth O’Connor during the senior independent living community’s ribbon-cutting ceremony in Towson. Brochin also presented an official proclamation at the event. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

Maryland state Sen. James Brochin, D-Baltimore County gets a photo with Blakehurst marketing director Elizabeth O’Connor during the senior independent living community’s ribbon-cutting ceremony in Towson. Brochin also presented an official proclamation at the event. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

From left, Barb Clapp, the CEO of Clapp Communications; Elizabeth O’Connor, marketing director with Blakehurst; Sarah Tuccitto, an account executive with Clapp Communications; and Brittany Buck, a public relations fellow with Clapp Communications, attended Blakehurst’s ribbon-cutting opening in Towson. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

From left, Barb Clapp, the CEO of Clapp Communications; Elizabeth O’Connor, marketing director with Blakehurst; Sarah Tuccitto, an account executive with Clapp Communications; and Brittany Buck, a public relations fellow with Clapp Communications, attended Blakehurst’s ribbon-cutting opening in Towson. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

Pierce Linaweaver, right, president of the Blakehurst Residents’ Association, delivers remarks to the crowd gathered for Blakehurst’s ribbon-cutting opening in Towson. Joining Linaweaver on stage were Barb Clapp, the CEO of Clapp Communications; Allison Pendroy, senior vice president and director of for-profit communities with Life Care Services; and Curt Wagner, a project manager with LCS Development. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

Pierce Linaweaver, right, president of the Blakehurst Residents’ Association, delivers remarks to the crowd gathered for Blakehurst’s ribbon-cutting opening in Towson. Joining Linaweaver on stage were Barb Clapp, the CEO of Clapp Communications; Allison Pendroy, senior vice president and director of for-profit communities with Life Care Services; and Curt Wagner, a project manager with LCS Development. (Photo by Tom O’Connor Photography)

Blakehurst, a senior independent living community in Towson, held a ribbon cutting ceremony Dec. 7 to unveil 39,000 square feet of premium space, featuring a salon and spa, fitness studio, juice bar, movie theatre, art gallery and additional suites for private skilled nursing, memory care, and assisted living.

Blakehurst Executive Director Rob Perry gave opening remarks and Maryland Sen. James Brochin, D-Baltimore County presented an official proclamation.

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