The “Your Legacy in Words” writing class, facilitated by Jan Masterson, meets twice a month at Eagle’s Trace. (From left) Bob Atkinson, Carolyn Rogas, Jan Masterson, Pam Daniels, Karen Camerino, Pat Camerino, and Jim Cross.

When Jan Masterson moved to Eagle’s Trace in June 2017, she noticed a new depth to her social interactions.

Eagle’s Trace staff came to the game to support resident Bob Roenigk, who threw out the first pitch at the Houston Astros game on August 12.

One pitch. That’s all it took to make a long held dream come true for Bob Roenigk of Houston, Tex.

Bob threw out the first pitch at the Houston Astros game on Sunday, August 12, at Minute Maid Park. It was a moment several years in the making.

Philip and Carol Peter moved to Eagle’s Trace after their Meyerland house flooded during Hurricane Harvey. The couple was able to save their semi-concert grand piano, which they donated to Eagle’s Trace.

One year after Hurricane Harvey flooded Philip and Carol Peter’s home in Meyerland, Tex., the couple is finally settled in their new apartment at Eagle’s Trace in West Houston.

Edie Hedman (center) is with Joshua Chang (left), director of finance, and Michael McKissack (right), director of general services. Hedman moved to Eagle’s Trace on the day the West Houston community hosted an All-Star party in the newly opened Lafitte’s

People who live at Eagle’s Trace have a new option when it comes to dining venues at the West Houston community.

Lafitte’s Pub, located in the Galveston Crossing residence building, is now open for lunch and dinner. A casual, full-service eatery, Lafitte’s offers a full bar with two draft beers and a menu of resident-inspired favorites.

Mary Dodson (center) enjoys a dessert buffet with friends Peg McNealy (left) and Karla Dunn before they head up to see Mary’s new apartment in Galveston Crossing.

Galveston Crossing, the newest residence building at Eagle’s Trace, is now open. 

After months of anticipation, those who reserved apartments in Galveston Crossing had the opportunity to take a first look at their new homes.

Betty Workman enjoys an Italian red wine during one of the group’s monthly meetings.

If there was an award for the most popular club at Eagle’s Trace, the Soaring Eagle’s Wine Club would be a top contender.

Eight students are headed to college this fall with help from scholarships provided by residents of Eagle’s Trace.

Judy Doba, seen here with her plants, is the chairman of the garden club at Eagle’s Trace, where the recently revamped resident gardens feature innovative rows of  galvanized steel troughs filled with flowers and vegetables.

The tomato plants in Judy Doba’s garden tower above the cheerful gardener.

“It looks a little bit like the Amazon,” says Judy. “I might have added a touch too much Miracle-Gro.”

The Eagle’s Trace Strummers, pictured here playing their instruments, recently recorded their first CD.

The old standards come to life on the recently released CD from the Eagle’s Trace Strummers. It’s the ukulele group’s first foray into recorded music.