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  • OPRS Breaks Ground on $30M Addition to Seniors Community

    Westminster-Thurber, one of 11 retirement communities owned and managed by the Ohio Presbyterian Retirement Services, has been serving Central Ohio for the last 48 years. Now, the community plans to expand with a new high-rise, its second just north of Downtown Columbus. It held a ground breaking ceremony for the project on December 4, on the Westminster-Thurber Community Campus, at 717 Neil Avenue.

    Columbus 06 December 2013 22:10

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