Glenmeadow is a vibrant community, made up of individuals and families, caring and supporting each other.
We hope our blog helps you experience what makes Glenmeadow a special place.
We have developed our spring, summer, and fall Getaways trips, which begin in March and run through mid-October, and we’re excited to be able to offer the details on these adventures that offer entertainment and fellowship. “Our Getaways are well-planned and inclusive trips with the service and quality people expect from Glenmeadow,” said Anne Thomas, […]Read More
The Glenmeadow we know today was being built when Chuck Yanosky accepted his first job here, managing the kitchen. That was 22 years ago, and our former President and CEO, the late Tim Cotz, invited Chuck to come work with us. Back then, Chuck was the executive chef at Swift River Inn in Cummington. Tim […]Read More
Russ Cobbs has moved all over the world to teach high school students—living in Texas, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Germany. In 2017, when Russ was 80 and living in Longmeadow with his wife, Doris, he concluded it was time for one last move. “Even as empty nesters and following our professional retirement, Doris and I […]Read More
Merle Ryan is one of our residents at Glenmeadow. She was diagnosed with cancer several years ago and wanted to give her time and energy to someone else as a way to cope and distract herself from her illness. Along with a handful of other volunteers, we trained Merle to take part in our Neighbor […]Read More