Galloway Ridge Investing in the Future Through Scholarship Fund

  The Galloway Ridge Employee Scholarship Fund benefited 13 employees to pursue higher education. Residents of Galloway Ridge were able to award $60,000 in scholarships in 2021. The scholarship is an excellent opportunity for employees to pursue higher education, which would not be possible for many without the assistance of this scholarship. The Triangle Community […]

Marilyn and Leonard Ernst Go Platinum

“Life is a journey, and love is what makes that journey worthwhile.” – Unknown It’s not every day you get to wish a couple a happy 70th anniversary, but on October 22, we had the rare opportunity to do just that with two beloved members of our Galloway Ridge family, Marilyn and Leonard Ernst. The […]

Our State Fall Favorites

Multiple states near and above the Maxon-Dixon line all claim to be the birthplace of the whoopie pie. What is a whoopie pie, you wonder? If you aren’t familiar with this tasty treat, it’s a baked dessert that is traditionally made with two round pieces of chocolate cookie-shaped cake filled with a creamy, flavored filling. […]

Galloway Ridge Charitable Fund Now Accepting Grant Applications

August 26, 2020 Galloway Ridge exists to inspire meaningful and engaged lives and to assure each resident a superior quality of life and care.  In support of our mission the Galloway Ridge Chatham County Charitable Fund was established in 2006 to serve the citizens of Chatham County. We are honored to announce that the Galloway […]

Galloway Ridge Welcomes New Senior Director of Human Resources

Galloway Ridge is pleased to announce Kim Hutter as the Senior Director of Human Resources. Kim has an extensive background in both senior living and human resources. Kim spent the first part of her professional life working for a large assisted living provider. She worked for several years in Human Resources for Case Western University […]

The Faces Behind the Masks

In a proactive step against the spread of Covid-19, Galloway Ridge staff teamed up with the Linus Quilters, as well as additional skilled sewers across the community, to create handmade fabric masks. Nearly a dozen residents rallied together (but separately) to offer their skills, as dozens and dozens of masks starting coming in. With their […]

Galloway Ridge Contributes to the American Red Cross

During the Galloway Ridge Blood Drive on March 10th, 39 units were collected and donated to the American Red Cross. Those 39 units have the potential of saving 117 lives! Thank you to all who volunteered to make the drive run smoothly and thank you to everyone who was a participating donor. There were 15 […]

Honoring a Man Of Honor

      Galloway Ridge strives to create the kind of community that people want to belong to, and we have our residents to thank for it. People who choose to live here come from all over and bring a wealth of experience, knowledge, and passion with them, but even if they worked in a […]

Australian Nursing Students Visit Galloway Ridge

As part of the UNC School of Nursing Global Partnerships program Galloway Ridge hosted eight nursing students from Australian Catholic University for an afternoon of education and discussion on the life plan community concept in the United States. The students learned about all of the available senior housing options in the United States along with […]

Living Your Best and Longest Life in Fearrington Village

“A long life is a life well spent.”—Leonardo da Vinci  If you are not a regular subscriber to The Washington Post, you may have missed a small article they published in the past year. The article reported on an analysis of National Association of Public Health Statistics and Information, comparing life expectancy in different areas […]