Category Archives: Community
Glenwood Open House
It’s everyone’s favorite time of year again! Glenwood’s annual Holiday Pecans for Autism (Pecans with a Purpose) have become a staple in many people’s holiday traditions. Our pecans are back this year, beginning November 1st. Whether you love the traditional … Continue reading
Help the children, teens and adults in Glenwood’s programs have happy holidays this season by making one of their wishes come true!
This is a great resource for teachers as well as parents looking to create a similar learning environment at home to reinforce what their child is learning in school or therapy. Continue reading
With the warm weather this past week I officially have spring fever! My flip flops are out and winter coats packed away. Glenwood’s campus is especially beautiful, tucked away from the road and surrounded by trees and serene lakes. The … Continue reading
Southern Family Markets, the new owners of a number of Brunos and Foodworld Supermarkets, announced today that they will promote and distribute pecan products for Glenwood, Autism and Behavioral Health Centers fundraising efforts. Southern Family Markets (SFM) will be partnering … Continue reading
Dinner ”Party With Two Purposes” honoring Glenwood Hope Society members at Donnelly House. Continue reading
On the additional day of the year, The Junior Board of Glenwood will host its fourth annual “Night Under the Big Top.” The circus is coming Feb. 29 to B&A Warehouse to benefit Glenwood, the oldest autism treatment provider in Alabama. Along with circus acts, the Leap Day event will feature live music by Four on the Floor, food and drinks, and casino games from 8 p.m. to midnight. Continue reading
The Undergrounders played. Entertainment included a flame-thrower, juggler and other circus performers. A clown created balloon art for guests. Jamie Sellers showed some tricks from his famous magic repertoire. Some guests found luck at roulette and Texas Hold ‘em at the casino tables. Other guests bid on their heart’s desire in the silent auction. Continue reading
The United Way of Central Alabama announced Thursday it was allocating $35,020,000 to agencies and programs in its five-county service area.