News & Press
Here’s a little something to help you get through the rest of the winter. It’s the February/March issue #33 of The Lodger! This issue, as always, is full of interesting and informative articles–there’s a story about Perrone Robotics in Crozet, The Resident Focus, a story about the future of Rockfish Gap and a whole lot more. Spring will be here before you know it, in the meantime checkout out this new issue of the Lodger. You’ll be glad you did.
The best thing about the cold weather is it means the Holiday’s are upon us. It also means it’s time for the December/January issue #32 of The Lodger. Be sure and take look at this issue–there’s the Did You Know column with lots of interesting facts you probably didn’t know! Plus, the Resident Focus section, featuring Cyrus Clark and an article about the Wildlife Center of Virginia. This is one issue you don’t want to miss!
Fall is right around the corner and that means it’s time for the October/November issue #31 of The Lodger. This issue is full of information and stories that will surely peak your interest. There’s the Resident Focus, featuring Bill and Betty Erickson, feature articles, such as a story about Morton’s Frozen Foods and the history of their plant in Crozet and lots more! Don’t forget to vote Election Day is November 6th.
Soon the leaves will start to turn and it’ll be Fall. In the meantime it’s time for the August/September issue #30 of The Lodger. In this issue we’ll say good bye to old friend Tess Marshall, and you’ll be introduced to our new Executive Director, Susan Nail. There’s also the Resident Focus and a story about a local business-Blue Ridge Bocha. If you want to know what’s going on at the Lodge, then take a look at the new Lodger.
You can tell it’s almost summer time because the June/July issue #29 of The Lodger is right here just for you. In this issue you’ll find out what’s going on at The Lodge, including feature articles, the Resident Focus and a special article about the recent retirement of Executive Director Judy Bowes. Check it out today. You’ll be glad you did!
It’s hard to believe but one of these days you’re going to wake up and it will be spring. In the meantime, take a look at the April/May issue #28 of The Lodger. It’s full of interesting articles and information, including a piece on the Camera Heritage Museum in Staunton, the Resident Focus column and much more. Take a look at it today, and don’t worry spring will be here before you know it!
As we make our way through winter, longing for the warmth and beauty of spring, here’s a little something to take your mind off things! It’s the February/March issue #27 of The Lodger. In this issue there’s plenty of interesting and informative articles, including the Resident Focus, a look at the Virginia Museum of Transportation, a look into John Leland’s new book and much more. Give it a read, you’ll be glad you did!
Can you believe it’s almost Christmas and the New Year? The holiday’s mean one thing–it’s time for the December/January issue #26 of The Lodger. This issue includes a ton of interesting news and topics, including articles about what’s being planned for the property behind the Lodge, as well as a look into the infamous Knitting Club, and much much more. If you’re looking for news about the Lodge you’ve come to the right place
The leaves will be falling soon and winter won’t be far behind. You know what that means–it means it’s time for the October/November issue #25 of The Lodger. Check out this issue, which includes the Resident Focus, a special article about the Lodge Family Singers, an informational piece on Hurricanes and lots more. This issue is one of the best yet and is a must read for residents and friends of The Lodge.
It’s hard to believe but another summer will be over before you know it, but that means it’s time for the August/September Issue #24 of The Lodger. Go ahead and take a moment to check out what’s going on at The Lodge. There’s a special feature article on Green House Coffee in Crozet, the Resident Focus article, an update on The Lodge bee hive and much more!
Summer is just around the corner and that means the June/July Issue #23 of The Lodger is here. Be sure and check it out and find out what’s going on at The Lodge. There’s the Resident Focus article, an article about Swannanoa Palace and much more. Don’t miss out on all the news.
Spring is in the air and that means it’s time for the April/May Issue #22 of The Lodger. Read our Resident Focus article, an article about local hero’s at the Western Albemarle Rescue Squad and the Crozet Fire Department and much much more!
The February/March Issue #21 of The Lodger is right here, and it’s one you definitely don’t want to miss. Read all about what’s going on at The Lodge, about our residents, new restaurants, local history and there’s even an article about a bee hive!
Winter and the Holidays are about to start and that means we have the December/January Issue #20 of The Lodger right here for you. Catch up on resident news and other articles about Old Trail Village and much more. You’ll enjoy this issue a lot!
Fall must be just around the corner, because we’ve got Issue #19 of The Lodger right here just for you. Check out the news at The Lodge and read about our residents, some exciting expansion plans in Old Trail Village and more. As always it’s a must read!
Summer is in full swing and that means we’ve got Issue #18 of The Lodger right here just for you. This issue is full of facts and news about residents, staff and much more. It’s a must read for residents and friends of The Lodge. Enjoy!
Spring is finally here and that means we’ve got Issue #17 of The Lodger right here just for you. It’s got all the news and information about life at The Lodge. Check it out now!
It’s a new year and that means that Issue #16 of The Lodger is right here. Check out all the news and information that you need to know about The Lodge. Have a great year!!
Issue #15 of The Lodger is right here. It’s got all the news and information about the Lodge that you need to know! Give it a look. You’ll be glad you did!
Issue #14 of The Lodger is now available right here. It’s got everything you need to find out what’s that’s going on at The Lodge at Old Trail. From all the news, to events, to feature stories–it’s got it all!
This just in…Issue #13 of The Lodger is here!! You’re just one click away from all the news and information from The Lodge.
Issue #12 of The Lodger is hot off the presses. Check out all the news about The Lodge at Old Trail. It’s all right here just for you!
Check out Issue #11 of The Lodger and discover what’s cool about our Pastry Chef, Alison Loux.
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Issue #10 of The Lodger is fresh off the presses.
Wait no longer, Issue #9 is available now! See the sampling of “door-corations” in this issue of The Lodger, as well as a tribute to one of our own.
Read about our beloved pets in Issue 8 of The Lodger, in the article titled Furry Tales.
Check out This and That in the new Issue of The Lodger! Issue #7 is packed full of interesting tidbits produced by Lodge residents for all to enjoy.
Tunnel into the new Issue #6 of The Lodger, a resident publication for The Lodge.
Get spellbound by Issue #5 of The Lodger, a resident publication for Lodge residents, staff and friends.
Read Issue #4 of The Lodger, a newsletter for residents & friends of The Lodge at Old Trail.
Listen to a recent WINA Real Estate Matters podcast segment where the Old Trail is discussed at length (Tune into the 18 min mark to hear specifically about The Lodge)
Read Issue #3 of The Lodger, a newsletter for residents & friends of The Lodge at Old Trail.
Read Issue #2 of The Lodger, a publication designed, written, and edited by our very own Lodge residents.
QuickReStartSM Gets Started at The Lodge at Old Trail. Read this article about The Lodge residents participation.
Click here to hear our radio ads about The Lodge at Old Trail, read by our owner, David Hilliard:
Click here to see The Lodge mentioned in NBC 29s Health Connection
On September 22nd we celebrated our official Launch. Please visit our local news outlets for their printed coverage:
NBC29 News (video clip accessible on NBC29 story page)