The Forest at Duke is a community for retirement-aged residents that encourages opportunities for residents to keep growing by leading purposeful, active, healthy lives. The last Friday of every month, join WCHL’s Ron Stutts and guests from The Forest for a conversation about what’s going on in and around the community during “What’s Up at The Forest!”
Listen to the full interview below as Ron talks with Alia Granger and Kristin Pearson from The Forest at Duke about the Foodie Fundraiser for TROSA. The event supports TROSA, a licensed treatment facility helping individuals with substance use disorders become healthy, productive members of their communities and families.
“What’s Up at The Forest” is a monthly segment that explores the residents of and the goings-on at The Forest at Duke. The Forest is a vibrant community that presents residents of retirement age with opportunities to keep growing independently by enhancing their ability to lead purposeful, active, healthy, and secure lives. The residents at The Forest are professors, gardeners, authors, CEOs, community volunteers, opera buffs, engineers, librarians, homemakers, artists – folks from all walks of life who embrace and celebrate the rich dimensions of their diversity. Nestled in the beautiful central part of North Carolina, over 800 residents from 38 different states have chosen to call The Forest home since its opening in 1992.