Brooksby resident with Hillary Clinton

When Hillary Clinton launched her 2016 Presidential campaign, one Brooksby Village resident watched with particular interest.

Ruth Kravtin was a White House volunteer for seven years during Bill Clinton’s administration. She moved from Columbus, Ga., to Chevy Chase, Md., after her husband Maurice passed away.

Brooksby's Antiques Roadshow

Marie Wakefield has a standing date with PBS television.

Antiques Roadshow comes on every Monday evening for two hours,” says Marie. “I watch it faithfully.”

Boston University School of Theology Seminary Singers

Rev. Chad Kidd looks forward to Diversity Month all year long.

“I have a lot of ideas bubbling and ready to implement by the time March rolls around,” says Kidd, who serves as the pastoral ministries manager at

Brooksby Village

When it comes to choosing a retirement community, the array of senior living options can be complex and confusing. With choices ranging from senior apartments to continuing care communities rich in amenities and resources, it’s hard to know which one to choose.

Ed Locke has spent a lifetime writing poetry. He donated five volumes of his work to the Brooksby library.

Ed Locke began crafting poems as soon as he could write.

“When I was about six years old, my oldest sister and I decided to each write a poem,” says Ed. “I like to tell people that she never wrote another poem, and I never stopped.”

Sales Counselor Jane Kiegel holds the full-size color brochure outlining all Brooksby Village has to offer. Call now to request your free copy.

Erickson Living community in Peabody, Mass., offers abundant activities and amenities, as well as a full continuum of care right on campus.

Crews cleared the roads at Brooksby throughout a winter of unrelenting snowstorms, while Brooksby residents carried on their lives without interruption.

Historic blizzards. Powerful nor’easters. Snowmaggedon. No matter how you phrase it, this winter was one for the history books.

Donna Daley (center) cuts the ribbon to open the FENtennial: Fenway Park’s First 100 Years exhibit at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in April 2012. Donna is flanked by Jeff Idelson (second from right), president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame a

Donna Daley might just be New England’s biggest sports fan.

“The Red Sox are my number one team,” says Donna. “But the Patriots and Bruins aren’t too far behind.”

Donna’s love affair with sports began in her hometown of State College, Pa., home of the Penn State Nittany Lions.