Executive Director discusses the concept and importance of community and the acceptance of change.
Gary Hibbs discusses rancorous political name-calling through America’s history in the lead-up to Independence Day.
By Gary Hibbs Executive Director As I look out of my office window writing this, I see the biggest crane that I’ve ever seen in my life right here at Riderwood! It is putting the steel together like pieces of a puzzle as the building of our new Wellness Center takes shape. This is another part…
Gary Hibbs provides insight into the community from the administration team.
By Gary Hibbs Executive Director Leadership guru John Maxwell, in his latest book Leadershift, opens his first chapter with a quick, three-word quote from Thomas Edgley, which I thought so very appropriate as we enter into Spring. “Change or die” is what Edgley said. Wow. Pretty thought provoking! Doesn’t sound like much of a choice,…
By Gary Hibbs Executive Director Author Jean Hersey said, “In March winter is holding back and spring is pulling forward. Something holds, and something pulls inside of us too.” I like that…in March we feel a bit of the hangover of the cold of winter yet the hope of spring, a new day, is with…
Gary Hibbs provides a greeting and focuses on the meaning of community.
By Gary Hibbs Executive Director As we have come from (hopefully!) enjoying Thanksgiving and are approaching what should be the special magic of the holidays in December, I remember a quote from Shirley Temple that kind of put a damper on her magic. She said, “I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six….
Gary Hibbs offers his welcome, and discusses the importance of building community.
Executive Director Gary Hibbs describes the importance of Flag Day festivities to the Riderwood community.
Riderwood’s Executive Team held a special town hall meeting to discuss the Long Range Plan and address related concerns, questions, and comments.
Gary Hibbs discusses the team known as the Riderwood residents and staff.