Glenmeadow is a vibrant community, made up of individuals and families, caring and supporting each other.
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Children of all ages from around the region whose lives have been disrupted by domestic violence received gifts of comfort from Glenmeadow this holiday season. Ranging from eight soft and colorful, hand-sewn books to toys and clothing, the presents from Glenmeadow’s residents and staff were distributed to children and families associated with Safe Passage in […]Read More
Our mission to provide premier senior services that nurture the mind, body, and spirit appears in large print at the top of the agenda for each meeting of the Glenmeadow Board of Directors. It’s a reminder that our mission and vision statements are real, that they guide us in each and every decision we make […]Read More
Five veterans told their stories of war on a panel we gathered the day before Veteran’s Day, and what echoed in the packed room were the similarities—the meaninglessness of war, the tales of horror and robbed innocence, and the lives lost and damaged. “Salute to Veterans: Hearing the Stories of Those Who’ve Served” took place here […]Read More
Mary E. Haines of Northampton passed away some years ago, but she was larger than life recently during the second presentation in our fall 2015 Glenmeadow Learning series. During our program at Richard Salter Storrs Library, “Aging with Vitality: Raising Healthy Parents, Living in Community,” Mary’s daughter Marybeth Home of Northampton showed a documentary Marybeth […]Read More