Max Briggs is a retired art teacher of 36 years, who now teaches painting and drawing classes at Lifespace’s Beacon Hill (a Center for Successful Aging).
“Successful aging isn’t just a program, it’s our culture here at Beacon Hill,” says Bridgette Walshe, executive director at Beacon Hill. “We live and breathe it daily, and it takes everyone’s full involvement and dedication for it to truly work.”
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