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How we work out: Music 'N Motion
By Zach Sparks For The Baltimore Sun
Every Tuesday at Glen Meadows Retirement Community in Glen Arm, residents wave wooden batons, sway their hips and move to the sounds of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, Rimsky-Korsakov's "Flight of the Bumblebee" and other classical music pieces.
Downbeat for seniors: The ‘Cupid Shuffle’
By Jack Haberer, editor
The Presbyterian Outlook
Long before Masterpiece Living officially launched at Glen Meadows, signs of the new approach to senior living could be seen and heard across the community. One employee with a love for line dancing sparked a community-wide line dance set to Cupid’s “Cupid Shuffle” — bringing together residents and staff in an effort to help them lead more active and fulfilling lifestyles.Read the commentary at www.pres-outlook.com
Changing how we age: the secret to longer, healthier lives
Written by Steve Proctor
May 14, 2012
As published in The Presbyterian Outlook
The famous American publisher Katherine Meyer Graham had it right when she said, “No one can avoid aging, but aging productively is something else.” She recognized that our senior years are not a time to merely sit back and pass the time, but are instead a time to thrive. Retirement communities across the country are changing the way we think about senior living, recognizing that we have the power to change lives by helping seniors live more active and productive lifestyles — ultimately creating a stronger sense of fulfillment.