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Loomis News

Applewood 25th Anniversary Celebration

On June 23 Applewood celebrated their 25thyear with a family picnic. Over three hundred residents, employees, family and friends enjoyed the outdoor feast, a 25th anniversary photo booth and impromptu dancing to the music of Horse Mountain Jazz Band.    Read more...

New Year’s Eve At Applewood

The Applewood residents kicked out 2015 with a bang. The evening began with a scrumptious dinner in the Dining Room from 5 – 7 p.m. At 7:30 p.m. games began in and around the Meeting Room on the first floor. They participated in nerf basketball, nerf bowling, using the hallway as a lane, ping pong in the craft room and two Nintendo Wii set ups in the meeting room. Several residents tried bowling in the hallway but weren’t all that successful. They tried their hand at Wii golf, baseball, go kart racing and lawn darts, which they found quite difficult because the eye hand coordination required, is a bit beyond this crowd; so they switched to Wii bowling. This game was attractive to them because several people can play, much like in the local bowling alley and it’s easy to get a respectable score and they could challenge each other. At 9:30 p.m. the meeting room was reconfigured to show the movie which was “My Cousin Vinny”, a delightful comedy which everyone enjoyed thoroughly. You could hear laughter throughout the first floor area. After the movie, champagne and hors d’oeuvres were served in the Tavern, getting ready for the “Ball Drop” in New York City. At midnight, they all toasted the New Year, 2016 and kicked off Applewood’s 25th Anniversary Celebration.   Read more...

Marius Sznajderman Holds One-Person Show at Applewood

Painter and printmaker Marius Sznajderman will show new and other works at an exhibition opening at the Applewood. The public is invited to an opening reception on Thursday, July 16, 2015, from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and the gallery talk on Wednesday, July 22, at 4 p.m. The exhibit will be open to public through October 11, Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm, and weekends by appointment. For more information please call, Christine Sulborski, 413-253-9833.    Read more...

Elvira Whiting Ball Spring Reception 2015

The Loomis Communities recently held its Annual Spring Reception honoring the founding Board of Directors of Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the senior living community.   Read more...

Springfield Visionaries to be Honored

Twenty years ago, Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing opened its doors to older adults. That promising beginning was the result of a vision shared by leaders from Baystate Health and Springfield College who were intent on building a first-of-its-kind retirement community in Springfield. They assembled a group of leaders who planned and built a community that uniquely hosts independent living, assisted living and a skilled nursing center all under the same roof on a wooded lakeside campus.    Read more...

2014 Community Outreach Committee

With the goal of having The Loomis Communities be an integral part of life in the Pioneer Valley, a Community Outreach Committee comprised of staff and residents, is delighted to report the following activities during 2014:   Read more...

Applewood visits the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computer Center

Several Applewood residents and staff took a tour of the MGHPCC recently. Several of the people who attended are retired professors or administrators from the University of Massachusetts and Amherst College who began their careers in the technology field and were interested in how technology has grown and how a complex this large can minimize it’s environmental footprint.   Read more...

Veterans Day at Loomis Communities

Loomis Lakeside at Reeds Landing honored those who served in the military on Veterans Day. Resident Frank Fischetti and Administrator Craig Johnson offered remarks and resident Eric Bascom said a prayer. All sang “America the Beautiful” and resident veterans in the room were asked to stand and one who had received the Purple Heart was saluted.    Read more...

Applewood Art Gallery Opening Reception

On Thursday, October 23, 2014 from 3-5 pm, there will be an opening reception of watercolor and pastel paintings by Amherst resident, Artemis T. Romell, at Applewood. Artemis’ paintings include landscapes, seascapes, flowers, snowscapes, house portraits and children’s portraits. Her paintings have been in National, New England and local juried Exhibits and have won many awards, including “Best of the Show” for her watercolor “The Marshes of Barnstable.”    Read more...

CHD's Family Outreach of Amherst

Join us for the 3rd Annual CHD's Family Outreach of Amherst, Warm Up the Night  Read more...