Monday, January 15, 2007


Retirement Living/Cadbury Senior Services/Amey, Vick//Two major new projects to reshape the Lewes area/Cape Gazette/Lewes/DE/USA/12-Apr-06//... Vick Amey, president and CEO of Cadbury Senior Services, said the concept for the continuing care retirement community featuring 135 apartments, duplex cottages and freestanding cottages has been in development since 1997.

Amey said the project, which is guided by Quaker philosophy and overseen by a panel of Quaker board members, is a project of the Religious Society of Friends.

“Because we’re Quakers, we take a long time to make decisions. We don’t use Robert’s Rules of Order at our meetings,” Amey explained about the lengthy process of getting to the building stage of the project now underway.

Amey said people 62 and older would be eligible to become residents of Cadbury, which will operate as a private, nonprofit (501c3) corporation.

He said those who apply would be screened – first to make sure they could live independently at the time they enter the community and second to make sure they can afford to live there.

Amey said qualified residents could opt to pay onetime all-inclusive entrance fees of $200,000 to $500,000 or they could opt for a monthly rate contract.. ...


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