Jean Cohen (left) and Fay Shapiro both write for The Devonshire Times.

Dedicated to keeping Devonshire community members up to date on the latest information, a team of writers and editors work diligently to produce The Devonshire Times, a resident-organized and -written newsletter highlighting life at this vibrant community. 

With a spacious layout and patio (or terrace), the Flagler floor plan is perfect for Marita Sedlak and her dog Buddy, who are pictured here sitting on her patio.

The summer is one of the busiest times of the year for Devonshire Sales Counselor Maria Littleworth. 

“Many people, from across the country, hope to move to our enviable location in sunny Florida before winter approaches,” she says.

A chef from Devonshire meets with several residents at their table to discuss the meal.

Celebrity chef Guy Fieri remarked, “Cooking is all about people. Food is the only universal thing that really has the power to bring everyone together. No matter what culture—everywhere around the world—people get together to eat.”

With a 6,500-person capacity, The FITTEAM Ballpark of The Palm Beaches welcomes visitors from across the country throughout baseball’s spring training and is less than ten miles from Devonshire at PGA National.

While the rest of the nation waited for the first signs of spring and the return of their favorite baseball teams to their home stadiums, community members at Devonshire, an Erickson Living community at PGA National, enjoyed easy access to spring training baseball.

Devonshire’s fitness specialist Remy Harwood oversees Lois Wolf’s workout on the rowing machine in the on-site fitness center.

According to the National Institutes of Health, “Making exercise and physical activity a regular part of life can improve health and help maintain independence as you age.”

Presented with the opportunity to move to Devonshire at the same time, friends Nancy DeSantis (left) and Shirley Alley decided to move sooner than originally planned. “We couldn’t be happier,” says Nancy. Shirley agrees: “Things definitely happen for a re

Famed poet Emily Dickinson once wrote, “Forever is composed of nows.” It’s a statement that rings true for Shirley Alley and Nancy DeSantis. Both women decided to seize an incredible opportunity to move to Devonshire at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. sooner than either woman originally planned.

These cool cats (and Devonshire community members) play to a packed lounge every month at Devonshire at PGA National.

Paying homage to American jazz legends Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, and Miles Davis, a trio of accomplished musicians, who live at Devonshire, Erickson Living’s premier community at PGA National, enjoy entertaining their neighbors at the band’s monthly Wednesday night jazz concerts.

Edie and Jim Hix (pictured here next to the dining table Jim built) enjoy living life to the fullest at Devonshire. Their popular two-bedroom, two-bath, Flagler-design apartment home is the perfect home base for the couple’s active lifestyle.

For the last twenty years, Jim and Edie Hix enjoyed southern Florida living from their single-family home at PGA National. During that time, the couple witnessed the construction and growth of Devonshire, a senior living community also located at PGA National.

While non-Floridians spend the winter months dreaming about getting back outside to enjoy warm-weather activities, people who live at Devonshire at PGA National pursue their outdoor interests year-round. Year-round staff is on hand.

In a recent study conducted by the University of Michigan and published by the Journal of Psychological Science, researchers found that living in a warmer climate improved mood, memory, and broadened cognitive style (responsible for openness to new information and creative thought).  For Elaine Moore, who moved last November to Devonshire at PGA