There was a nice article about our Weavery and NH Open Doors in last week’s Monadnock Ledger Transcript:
On a beautiful day in October, we celebrated the harvest and all the people who make it happen, as well as friends from near and far, parents, guardians, former co-workers, children, and the retirement of Heidi and David after more than 26 years leading the Lukas Community.
Made musicWith bells, strings
and songs.Played with the babies and
Celebrated service and families and life at the Lukas Community, Fall 2017
We love to get out and walk, and we are surrounded by many great places to do it! There are mountain trails and rail trails, easily accessible trails for those with limited mobility, conservation trails at the Harris Center, lakes with trails at the MacDowell Dam, Otter Brook, and Greenfield State Parks, all a short distance away.
Kristen Stanton joined us as Executive Director on July 1, 2017, replacing David Spears, who has retired after 25 years at the helm. Kristen brings over 14 years of experience with Easter Seals in Massachusetts, where she was Director of Business and Strategic Development for 12 years, followed by 2 years as Vice President of Marketing and Communications. She has spent the last several months working within the region to increase philanthropic outcomes and recognition and awareness of the life and work of the Lukas Community. Lukas Community provides lifelong residences and workshops for adults with developmental disabilities and caregivers, children, volunteers, and staff members on 65 acres in Temple, NH, and draws its philosophy from the teachings of Rudolf Steiner. Kristen lives with her family in New Boston.