Entries by Susan Sawyer

Fitness takes off at Birch Hill!

Bernadette Stephens, the new Fitness Coordinator at Birch Hill has hit the ground running. Since her arrival, she has more than doubled the number of classes being offered, and best of all, her classes are well attended by residents, who enjoy the wider variety of classes and fitness programming. This photo is of a recent […]

BIRCH HILL RESIDENT, JOE COURIS MEETS THE NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS!

Birch Hill resident, Joe Couris, was recently honored by the New England Patriots as the team’s honorary “Captain of the Pats” during the coin toss before the pre-season game against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Pats surprised Joe on game day with the honor after Joe’s son Geoff gave the team a heads-up that his father […]

Birch Hill has a New Fitness Coordinator!

Melissa Lee is a native of NH, and brings a wealth of energy and passion to her new role as Fitness and Wellness Coordinator at Birch Hill. Melissa has a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Education and a Master’s Degree in Adult Education and Development, both from Plymouth State. She has spent the last fourteen years […]

BIRCH HILL FEATURED IN JULY ISSUE OF NH MAGAZINE

Have you been researching or planning a move to a Retirement Community? When should you start to plan? What are the differences between the types of Continuing Care Retirement Communities? Cathleen Toomey,  Vice President of Marketing at The RiverWoods Group, answers many of your questions in the July issue of New Hampshire Magazine. “Ask the Experts: New […]

OUR FIRST BIRCH HILL CLEAN UP DAY

Friday, June 8, 2018 After a long winter, it was time to clean-up and finish some projects at Birch Hill. Together, staff refreshed a lot of trim paint, cleaned up our siding, enjoyed a wonderful BBQ lunch, and planted a beautiful memory garden outside of the Memory Care Center at The Manor. Perennials, flowering shrubs, small fir […]

Birch Hill is Featured in the NH Sunday News!

Mike Cote’s Business Editor’s Notebook in the NH Sunday News: Seniors getting comfortable with continuing-care retirement. Residents Ken Snow, Gloria Schmidtchen and Peg Forand talk about life at Birch Hill. Photo credit: Thomas Roy, Union Leader. Read the article here