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Windsor Run
Having their cake and eating it too! Windsor Run Executive Director George Comfort and Pat Bell cut the cake at Windsor Run’s grand opening.

On May 10, 2018, Windsor Run celebrated its grand opening with a ceremonial ribbon cutting delivering on the promise to bring the Erickson Living lifestyle to North Carolina. Since that time, close to 200 people have moved to the highly anticipated community, including retired schoolteacher Patricia “Pat” Bell.

Windsor Run
Windsor Run Medical Director Geralyn M. Campi, M.D., is board-certified in internal medicine.

Windsor Run, an Erickson Living community in Matthews, N.C., announces the arrival of Geralyn M. Campi, M.D., as medical director. Dr. Campi joins the executive leadership team with over 25 years of internal medicine experience.

Wind Crest
Darla (left) and Ben Schwartz say one of the best things about living at Wind Crest is that someone else does the snow shoveling. Meanwhile, their active lives continue uninterrupted.

Summer is in full swing but not everyone has shaken that winter chill. Friends of mine returned home from a New Year’s trip to burst pipes that wreaked havoc on their home and lives for months. In late April, they were still fixing drywall, painting, and waiting on replacement furniture.

Wind Crest
The courtyard in the master plan for Prospect Crossing will have a pickleball court, bocce ball court, and outdoor amphitheater.

Anticipation for Wind Crest’s newest residence building, Prospect Crossing, is rising. And not just because the addition will bring 111 new apartment homes in a variety of the most popular floor plans, including five brand new designs, to the nearly sold-out Highlands Ranch, Colo., community.

Tallgrass Creek
(from left) Judy Condray, Judy Turner, and Georgia Oehrle dance the Macarena

Demonstrating the Macarena at Tallgrass Creek’s annual talent show are (from left) Judy Condray, Judy Turner, and Georgia Oehrle. This year’s show highlighted 23 performances that included singing, dancing, poetry reading, stand-up comedy, and hand chime and ukulele performances.

Tallgrass Creek
Esther Dritley (left) and Joann Harper pot plants, one of the activities during Tallgrass Creek’s Senior Fitness Days celebration.

If you ask Resident Life Manager Jan Magee what her position at Tallgrass Creek is all about, she is quick to respond. 

“All the fun stuff,” laughs Magee. “And there’s a lot of it.”

Tallgrass Creek
Tallgrass Creek Design Center Coordinator Rebecca Edlund (right) welcomes residents (from left) Sharon Slagle and Wanda Jones to an open house for the new design center where much of the latest in interior design is displayed.

If you are curious about current trends in interior design, look no further than Tallgrass Creek’s new design center. Custom Interiors Coordinator Rebecca Edlund manages the center and works with residents to design just the look and feel they want in their home. 

Seabrook
Jackie Cole says Seabrook’s full activities calendar and vibrant population keep her from getting the winter blues.

An Arctic blast blew in frigid temperatures last winter from December to January, and the cold seemed to linger right through spring. Many cities in the East experienced the coldest January on record, including those in New York and New Jersey. 

Seabrook
Sandra Stander poses with her garden

Last year, when Sandra Stander first planted a perennial garden on the grounds of her new community, Seabrook, she was so excited to enjoy it herself that she didn’t realize how positively it would affect other people.