Letha Kramer was driving around one day in Urbana. She was going to an estate sale. She might find a treasure or two. 

Whicker

I t can be an artistic endeavor to bring an older home into the now. Great creativity is needed to keep the original style of the house but renovate it so it fits into today’s world.

Designer Dawson

Laura Dawson’s parents were antiques dealers. That’s more than likely where she developed her love of design.

 

“We went to antique shows all the time,” she said from her Champaign home.

 

Throughout her home, there is a theme of traditional, modern and industrial.

 

Clark-Lindsey

Clark-Lindsey residents Becky Hanson and Waynona Brown were chatting on “cookie day” in the facility’s common area. They were there for the freshly baked cookies, coffee, conversation and companionship. Both have been at Clark-Lindsey for upwards to 20 years.

 

 

“All these years and never once was I ever mistreated,” Hanson said, adding that she has always been treated with kindness and compassion at Clark-Lindsey.

 

 

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