Glen Arden features St. James Camera Club photography


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Throughout the month of May, Glen Arden, Elant’s Continuing Care Retirement Community, is featuring photography from St. James Camera Club in Goshen. The artwork will be displayed in the community’s halls for the enjoyment of the residents and Glen Arden visitors.

“This is the beginning of another great collaboration,” said Maureen Torelli, executive director of Glen Arden. “The St. James Photography Club members receive more exposure for their wonderful pieces, and the display will brighten up our hallways and provide our residents with beautiful artwork.”

Reservations are required to view the display. To make an appointment, contact Fran Melder at 845-360-1407.

The St. James Camera Club, founded in 1996, meets at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the Hall at St. James Church in Goshen. Membership consists of beginner and professional photographers, and the club welcomes new members at any time. There is an annual fee of $10 to join, which provides access to professional photographers and regularly scheduled events, as well as the opportunity to exhibit artwork. For more information, contact Kathleen C. Downey at 845-346-6616.

Glen Arden offers seniors independence with the assurance of quality health care, if it’s ever needed. Located in Goshen, Glen Arden offers housing choices for an active lifestyle and support services to help residents live comfortably and independently.

Glen Arden is located at 214 Harriman Drive in Goshen.




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