The Good Samaritan Society – Fairfield Glade is hosting three Town Hall meetings Nov. 6-8 at 4 p.m. at the St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church.

The purpose of the Town Hall meetings is to give all interested Fairfield Glade residents an opportunity to hear updates on the senior living campus project. Those who attend will see a preliminary site plan for the senior living campus. There will be a review of the preliminary timeline for the construction and marketing of this project and general information will be shared about elements of the continuum of care. There will also be an opportunity to become a founding member of the Good Samaritan Society – Fairfield Glade by making a gift or pledge to the fundraising campaign.

Long-time Glade residents Frank and Irene Patelle are new founding members of the Good Samaritan Society – Fairfield Glade. “We are delighted to be founding members. The senior living campus will have a profoundly positive impact on our community. We will all have access to quality long-term care and will have the ability to stay in the Glade as long as we wish.”

An update on the campaign will also be provided. “I know that people will be interested in learning about how the campaign is progressing, so we look forward to providing that update at the Town Hall meetings,” said Bob Sharp, campaign chair.

Good Samaritan Foundation staff and volunteers from the Glade will also be making personal visits Nov. 6-8. If you would like to schedule an appointment for a personal visit to learn more about the senior living campus and to discuss making a gift or pledge to the campaign, please call 1-888-GSS-GLADE (1-888-477-4523).



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