Recognized for Compassion, Dedication

July 18, 2017

For Susan “Sue” Berrelli, who has worked in caregiving positions at many quality organizations in Western Massachusetts, Glenmeadow was the place to settle in for the long term. That’s because she says Glenmeadow didn’t just give her a job. It extended her family. “I’ve worked at a lot of places, and this is the best […]

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Elegant Meal with a Side of Information

June 27, 2017

From the watermelon salad to the strawberry rhubarb tart, participants at our progressive lunch last week enjoyed an elegant culinary treat that was paired with rich and personal viewpoints on what it’s like to live at Glenmeadow. We had over 20 area residents at the event, the last in the spring Glenmeadow Learning series. As […]

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Glenmeadow’s Chef Prepares for Lunch

June 16, 2017

In high school, Ryan Vaughn took care of children in an after-school program the YMCA ran in a local elementary school in Connecticut. He met a single dad of four boys there. One day, the dad happened to mention he was launching a food truck business. “We became friends,” Ryan recalls. “I worked on the […]

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Wisdom from a Memoir Writer

May 31, 2017
Sneak Peeks Glenmeadow Program

Everyone has a story to tell, author John Sheirer told roughly 30 aspiring writers at our Glenmeadow Learning program last week. The leader of “Writing Your Life: An Author’s Tips on Crafting a Memoir,” John told those who gathered at Bay Path University that, when told well in memoir form, those stories don’t simply chronicle […]

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