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.
David Leslie’s theatrical flair was birthed before he was. His mother, Grace Leslie of West Boylston, was a successful actress in community theater who took part in competitions. After qualifying for a regional event, she learned she was pregnant and did what any devoted, talented performer would have done: She improvised. Rather than take a […]Read More
For at least the past 10 years, exercise has been a regular part of Earl Winer’s daily routine. In the summer months, he plays golf in the Berkshires, and, while wintering in Florida, he visits a gym to work out. This physical rigor didn’t skip a curl, a crunch, or a class after Earl, now […]Read More
At Glenmeadow, we have a way to transform curiosity into knowledge, and we call it Glenmeadow Learning. Through this free, educational program series for the residents of our wider community, we offer up topics of interest at area venues. This spring, we are pleased to offer you four new programs, ranging from philanthropic giving to […]Read More
Emily Perkins will do whatever it takes to help seniors stay safe and healthy in their own homes. As director of the Glenmeadow at Home program, Emily spends her days connecting area residents who live independently to everything from personal care assistance to housekeeping services. She arranges rides and meal deliveries and offers referrals and […]Read More