The Nathaniel Witherell Blog

Greenwich Student Volunteer Connects Nathaniel Witherell Residents to Technology

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

For rising junior Joseph Farrell, the question “How did you spend your summer vacation?” is one he’s more than happy to answer. That’s because this young Greenwich student is piloting a technology program to teach our residents how to use the internet so they can connect to family, world news, and various forms of entertainment….

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Sally Van Leeuwen Retires After 26 Years of Service to The Nathaniel Witherell

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

From managing volunteers, art shows and our quarterly “Pooches On Parade” event, to filling in as communications manager for “Project Renew,” Sally Van Leeuwen has worn many hats at the Nathaniel Witherell during the 26 years she worked and volunteered here. It’s been a great run – inspiring, in fact. Now, Sally wants to put…

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The Nathaniel Witherell: A Place in Greenwich History

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

The Greenwich Historical Society’s recent call to action to identify significant and inspiring places in town got us thinking. How much does the Greenwich community know about the rich history of The Nathaniel Witherell? If you drive by our campus on Parsonage Road, you’ll note our striking buildings and manicured grounds. But even as we’ve…

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Summer Barbecues at Nathaniel Witherell: Good Friends and Great Food!

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Fresh air, bright summer blossoms, the delicious aroma of freshly grilled food—these make summer one of our favorite seasons. For Nathaniel Witherell residents, weekly lunchtime barbecues are a high point of summer. Each Wednesday, residents of both the short-term and long term care units can be found in our beautiful rose garden, enjoying nature, camaraderie,…

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Jane Bryant Quinn Offers Sage Investment Advice at Nathaniel Witherell Luncheon

Friends of Nathaniel Witherell | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

“Ignore the noise; be guided by the research,” advised Jane Bryant Quinn, the Emmy Award-winning commentator on personal finance who was the keynote speaker at our beautiful Spring Luncheon on May 24. It was a festive event! Held at the Greenwich Country Club, the luncheon drew over 140 guests and garnered $113,500 to support the…

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