Category: 2016

A Glenmeadow Ambassador

December 19, 2016

Crystal Diamond had lived in Longmeadow for many years and raised a family here, but it wasn’t until 2003 that she first connected with us at Glenmeadow. Crystal’s sister-in-law, Wendy Diamond, moved her mother Muriel Miller to Glenmeadow that year. As Muriel settled in with us, Crystal began to hear, more and more, about the […]

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Glenmeadow Learning Participants Got Crafty

December 6, 2016

Think outside the dumpster. That was one message that Amber Ladley had for the participants of “Inviting Creativity: A Crafty Workshop on the Benefits of Upcycling,” our last program in the fall Glenmeadow Learning series. Amber is a lifelong crafter, and before leading people in making a gratitude jar to hold special thoughts and memories, […]

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Incoming Leader has a Passion for Serving Seniors

November 15, 2016

When Anne Thomas was a 16-year-old girl living in White Plains, New York, she started saving money for college, working after school as a dietary aide at the local hospital. Anne delivered dinner trays to patients, but the job was about much more than doling out nutrition. For Anne, it was about offering up compassion […]

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Collecting Trends Highlighted for Glenmeadow Learners

November 3, 2016

A packed audience in Cotz Hall at Glenmeadow listened intently on Oct. 25 as Auctioneer George Thomas Lewis talked about collecting trends and discussed today’s antiques market as well as the selling prices of a handful of specific 2015 auction items. Likely, many attendees were pondering the value of some of their own antiques as […]

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