Welcome to Mountain Meadows

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Mountain Meadows is an award-winning, resident-owned, 55+ active retirement community in Ashland, Oregon.
Nestled in Southern Oregon's scenic Rogue Valley, home to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Southern Oregon University, 
Ashland is a center for music, art, theater, and outdoor activities.


Democrats +
Our own Elizabeth Hallet traveled to Standing Rock with her granddaughter to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline. On Tuesday evening, residents filled the Mt. Ashland Room eager to hear what she had to say...

Game Room News
The "New Partners Pool Tournament" is currently underway with sixteen teams competing. The teams and the first round game pairings are posted on the support column in the Game Room...

The Lark
Attention authors: The deadline for submission for the spring edition of The Lark, our literary magazine, is Wednesday, February 15. Without you, there is no "Lark." Please gear your piece...

Staff Responsibilities
Have you ever had a problem that needed attention from someone on the management staff, but you were uncertain about who to see about solving it? Our Community Director has addressed the issue and has published the listing of job descriptions in the WU for the past two weeks. The listing is now on the website. Click on "Management" and look for "Staff Responsibilities".

For Birthdays this week, click on "About Us".

Featured Event

         Valentines for Vets
On February 1, the new Arts & Crafts interest group opened the Creative Arts Room and expanded into the space outside its doors. It became a crafting extravaganza as twenty one Mountain Meadows residents showed up to make Valentines for Vets. 

On February 8, a MMOA delegation of three delivered 100 Valentines to the Inpatient Unit at White City. The delegation included the Arts & Crafts interest group organizer, Margaret Tower, MMOA President Robert Tower and former White City Veteran's Medical Facility doctor, David Snook. The hospital staff was delighted to receive the Valentines and stated that many of the Vets who stay at that facility for periods of two months to a year receive no outside mail during their stay. The staff said those patients would be the recipients of our Valentines.  It was also an opportunity for Dr. Snook (also a Veteran) to re-unite with the staff he hadn't seen since his retirement about a year and a half ago. They were as delighted to see him as they were to receive the Valentines for distribution. Thank you to all Mountain Meadows residents who took a little bit of your time to honor those who served our country.
By Margaret Tower

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