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Don’t Just Recycle: Reduce, Reuse Too

November 26, 2019

Most all of us are well familiar with the standard mantra that trumpets the protection of the planet: Reduce, reuse, recycle. Terra Missildine, a recent Glenmeadow Learning presenter, points out, though, that many well-intentioned people focus on only one effort in the triad: recycling. “Many people don’t think about reducing or reusing. Those efforts are […]

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Older Adults Get Tutorial on Technology

October 24, 2019

Dozens of older adults had a chance recently to take some of the mystery out of using the apps—or computer software applications—on their cell phones, tablets, and laptops. They brought their questions to our second fall Glenmeadow Learning program, “Get Tech-Savvy: An IT Primer for Older Adults,” where men and women with varying levels of […]

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Hands That Guide Give Peace of Mind

October 8, 2019

Sitting in front of an easel, one of our residents dips a paintbrush into forest green paint and begins the task of bringing pine trees to life. As she moves her brush from palette to canvas, she is unaware that her efforts are aided by a staff member who is supporting her every motion. Using […]

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Glenmeadow Panel Shined Light on America’s Two-Party System

September 9, 2019

Nearly a third of the people gathered for our first fall Glenmeadow Learning presentation, “Both Sides of the Aisle: A conversation about America’s two-party system,” raised a hand to indicate they had at least one friend with whom they can no longer discuss politics. To our panelist Ron Chimelis, an editorial writer for the Springfield […]

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