dining manager in front of new cafe

Mealtimes have long been one of the highlights of residents’ days at Fox Run, and the community’s dining services recently got even better. Over the summer, the Hunt Club Café underwent a renovation, and the new and improved restaurant reopened on July 7.

resident building

If you’re among the many local retirees who have been waiting for your chance to move to Fox Run, there is good news for you. Fox Run’s management team recently announced plans to construct a new residence building featuring 94 brand-new apartment homes.

Harold and Eleanor Freers

Howard and Eleanor Freers built a house in Bloomfield Hills, Mich., in 1965. They lived there for nearly half a century, raising a family. But last year, the couple decided to sell their house so they could enjoy maintenance-free living at

men building a grandfather clock

One of the many amenities at Run is a woodshop stocked with state-of-the-art equipment and all kinds of hobby supplies. This spring, eight resident woodworkers joined forces to complete a fun project that will ultimately benefit their neighbors.

garden

Many people move to Run because they no longer want to spend their leisure time dealing with household maintenance tasks like cleaning gutters, mowing the lawn, and shoveling snow.

residents around a roulette table

Run residents and staff got dressed to the nines for an evening to remember on June 20. That was the night of the community’s annual gala.

history club standing in a classroom

George Smith spent his career as a physicist conducting research for General Motors. Even though he dedicated himself to science in his professional life, George says he’s been drawn to music and history since he was a young boy in high school.

couple sitting on chair in apartment

Diane and Jim Panzone met as high school students in Detroit, Mich., and began dating. Jim took Diane to the senior prom, which turned out to be the first of many proms they would attend together.

maintenance guy fixing a dishwasher

Most people know that when you move to Run, you will have about 1,000 other active retirees as neighbors.