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With nine full marathons under his belt, at age 73, there s no stopping Cedar Crest resident and avid runner Bernie Papa. [caption id="attachment_7334" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Bernie Papa raises his arms in celebration as he crosses the finish line at the 2004 New York City Marathon.

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Last summer, Cedar Crest developed a technology that converts used cooking oil from its restaurants into fuel for its vehicles.

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[caption id="attachment_6823" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Paula Longo s dog, Sunny, is close to her heart. (Photos by Erica Koizim)"][/caption] There wasn t a shortage of strutting, smiling, and wagging at Cedar Crest s recent pet parade.

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Before he packs his sleigh with gifts for good boys and girls later this month, Santa and Mrs.
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In honor of Veterans Day, the film Our Heroes: The Veterans at Cedar Crest will be shown on the community s in-house TV station, Channel 6, throughout November.

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Cedar CrestandSeabrookare home to many voracious readers.
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More than 25 photographers and artists converged upon the Cedar Crest Art Gallery last month to show off their passion and work at the community s annual resident photo expo. [caption id="attachment_2933" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Scenes of life around the Cedar Crest campus taken by resident Don Galvin."]

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Cedar Crest resident Ben Longo grew a 68-inch zucchini from in the community s garden and another that weighs approximately 30 pounds. [caption id="attachment_3127" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Ben Longo and his wife Helen with the zucchini he grew at Cedar Crest."]

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Cedar Crest is looking a little greener, and it has nothing to do with the lawns on the community s 130-acre campus. It s been three months since the first-ever management/ resident team unveiled its green biodiesel fuel conversion system for campus buses and everything is rolling along smoothly. We re exactly where we projected we would be, says Bill Sperry, a