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Baptist Health building assisted living center in Glenville

Senator Hugh Farley's assistant Michael Mansion, left, and Bassett Health President and CEO James Bartos, shield themselves from the rain at a ground breaking of the new Judson Meadows, an assisted living facility on Swaggertown Road in the town of Glenville Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Senator Hugh Farley's assistant Michael Mansion, left, and Bassett Health President and CEO James Bartos, shield themselves from the rain at a ground breaking of the new Judson Meadows, an assisted living facility on Swaggertown Road in the town of Glenville Friday.
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Connie Remscheid of Scotia has two connections to the former Horstman Farm, now becoming a residence facility. Sixty-six years ago, she picked strawberries there for 2 cents a quart. Next year, she plans to continue her nearly decade-long volunteer work with Baptist Health System, which is building a 72-bed assisted living facility on a portion of the former farm site on Swaggertown Road. Remscheid, now 81, puts in 180 hours a year talking to and ...


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