If you are wondering if it's time for you to consider making the transition to an independent living community, there are a few things to think about.
With the darkest days of the year upon us, it is important to be aware that the shorter days can have detrimental effects on mood and energy. Here are eight tips one can employ to keep spirits high, no matter the weather or day.
Galloway Ridge, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Robert Zimmer, the organization's new Executive Director. Zimmer was previously an Associate Executive Director and Chief Financial Officer of Galloway Ridge.
The Galloway Ridge Charitable Fund has awarded $65,000 in community grants to 13 Chatham County not-for-profits, public schools and county government agencies. Grant funds will support food, shelter, education and community services projects.
Feet are an oft neglected part of the body. Our poor feet get shoved into stiff, tight shoes every day and are rarely given the chance to function in their natural state: bare.
The Gala benefits the Robert and Pearl Seymour Center and the Chatham County Council on Aging. If you can't attend, you may donate!
When was the last time you took a walk? I mean a real walk. Not a walk on a treadmill. Not a tromp from your car into the grocery store. Not a quick jog around the block to let the dog do her business.
The Goat Parade's 3'x4.5' amusing and dazzling fiberglass sculptures have been whimsically transformed into an amazing piece of art by artists in the Chapel Hill and Pittsboro communities. One of 10 colorful goats could be yours.
"Better to be the one who smiled, than the one who didn't smile back." This is a popular quote circulating through social media sites at the moment. I cannot find a credible source for who originally said it, but it got me thinking.
We have flower children here at Galloway Ridge. Our community garden has 47 plots. These are divided between the veggie growers and the posy lovers.