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.
Patricia “Pat” Smith raised three children in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, and lived there for over 50 years with her late husband, G. Wayne Smith. She was deeply involved at First Baptist Church and the local hospital as a volunteer. She played bridge with friends. She was a member of groups that raised funds for education and […]Read More
Mildred and Gabe Kitchener lived on Williams Street in Longmeadow for over 50 years, and they loved the beautiful, four-bedroom home they raised their two children in. They were paying attention, though, when their next door neighbors, Naomi and the late Mickey Schoenberg, moved to Glenmeadow. “They invited us to have dinner there with them […]Read More
She’s the Julia Child of gardening, as our audience of nearly 50 gardeners at a recent Glenmeadow Learning presentation saw it. This because Master Gardener Sherry Wilson was intensely informative, oftentimes amusing, and full of stories about the ups and downs of getting plants to bloom during her talk “Daffodils and Daylilies: Combining Perennials with […]Read More
Visit someplace new with us this year. Through our Glenmeadow Getaways program, we can take you on four day trips in 2016 or across the country for our more elaborate journey to America’s National Parks of the Old West. Plan way ahead, and consider our June 2017 trip to Alaska. Day trips Our Glenmeadow Getaways […]Read More