Welcome to Mountain Meadows

  • ViEW OF THE VALLEY 
  • THE CLUBHOUSE 
  • WELCOME HOME 
  • HOME ON THE CORNER 
  • VIEW OF MT. ASHLAND 
  • UPPER PARK 
  • HALLOWEEN VISITORS 
  • FRIENDS 
  • COMMUNITY GARDEN 
  • FALL COLORS 
  • WINTER EVENING
     WINTER EVENING

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.

News

Mandala Workshop
Eight Mountain Meadows residents participated in an art workshop organized by the Community Art Committee on Saturday afternoon in the Cascade Room. Local artist, Augusta Lucas Andrea invited us to create our own mandalas. The word "mandala" comes from Sanskrit meaning "circle"...

"Redwood Highway" Returns
In 2013, the movie "Redwood Highway" was filmed at Mountain Meadows. Many of our residents acted as extras in the film. It will be the feature film of the week, shown in the Mt. Ashland Room on Wednesday, January 17, at 7:00 pm. One of the producers of the film, Gary Kout, will be present to talk about the making of the film...

MMOA Board Election and Annual Meeting
Bobbie Kinsinger and Jack Stromer were elected on Tuesday, January 9th at the Annual MM Owners' meeting. The Board thanks Nancy Schlangen for her service to the community as Board member for the past three years. We welcome the return of Bobbie Kinsinger and our newest member, Jack Stromer. 

Spring Issue of "The Lark"
Submissions for the spring edition of "The Lark", our literary magazine, are now being accepted, and must be received by Thursday, February 15. Please check the Weekly Update for specifications. Submissions should be sent as a Word document to BOTH Nancy Wynkoop and Diana O'Farrell. 

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Featured Event

     Jack Stromer's Retirement Party
Jack Stromer (second from left) invited all residents of Mountain Meadows to help him celebrate his retirement. The well attended event was held on Sunday, January 7th in the Mt. Ashland and Rogue Rooms. The wonderful food and wine was provided by Mona, Jack’s wife. Food and beverages were served by the Morrison staff, and everyone had a piece of one of the three beautiful cakes. The high-point of the party was Gerry Goozee’s original poem. We all gathered to hear her read it:

On the Occasion
of Jack Stromer’s Retirement

On a day in December of year seventeen

A man called Jack Stromer, so handsome, so lean

Took leave of his job, said he’d had enough.

So retire he did, but now things got tough.

Now what will he do with no airports to sit?

No fancy hotels...God! He loved every bit.

He says to himself, ”So what to do now?”

I’ll learn to do something, I’ll teach myself how.

So he sat down to think of what he should do.

Some things came to mind, although very few.

“I guess I’ll ask Mona; she must be aware.

I’ll have to be sure to keep out of her hair.”

So ask her he did and ideas she had…

He’s a Greeter at Walmart and says, “It ain’t bad.”

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