Bea Moss (left) and Shelda Soble met as children many decades ago. Now, they both live at Fox Run and have become close friends.

It’s not uncommon for people who move to Fox Run to discover friends and acquaintances from their past also live there.

Jim Powers moved to Fox Run to be with his significant other, Cindy Candela, who has lived at the community since 2010.

Jim Powers moved from a condo in Madison, Wis., to Fox Run in Novi, Mich., a little less than two years ago. The path that led Jim to Fox Run is slightly different from the one taken by many of his neighbors. 

Twin Pines, Fox Run’s newest residence building, features six never-before-seen apartment home floor plans among its eighteen choices.

Fox Run’s newest residence building, named Twin Pines after an old Detroit creamery, officially opened in August—and apartments are filling up fast. More than 80% of the building’s 116 homes are either occupied or reserved by people who plan to move in soon.

Fox Run residents Vern St. Amand (center) and Donna Edgerton (right) talk to imam Shaykh Mohamed Almasmari.

Fox Run’s Unity in the Community committee is always looking for ways to celebrate diversity and learn more about the different ethnicities of the people who live and work there. 

Allen Zondalk has visited all 59 of the U.S. national parks. Here, he and his wife Patricia pose for a photo at Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina.

Many people make it a priority to travel more frequently when they retire. But few people—of any age—can say they have covered the territory that Fox Run resident Allen Zondlak has. He has been to all 3,142 counties in the United States and all 59 of the country’s national parks. 

Fox Run community members participated in a month-long walking challenge. Pictured here are Dorothy McGinn (in back, wearing blue), Natalie Pesce (front, left), and Arnetta Whitehouse.

You’re more likely to commit to a fitness routine if that’s what everyone around you is doing. And if you do exercise that is fun, you’ll probably stick with it. 

Coloring isn’t just for kids anymore! Fox Run community member Michael Samson says it’s a great way to relax.

When you think of coloring, you probably envision your grandchildren sitting on the floor scribbling outside the lines on a picture of a cartoon character. But increasingly, coloring is a popular pastime for adults. 

Fox Run resident Ana May Salgado is an administrator for the Peruvian American Medical Society.

Ana May Salgado lives in a retirement community, but she is still very much engaged in her professional life. 

Fox Run couple Sonia and Stewart Aron met on an online dating site, and they’ve now been married for more than 16 years.

Sonia and Stewart Aron’s love story began with an email exchange. The couple met through an online dating site in the late 1990s, at a time when online dating was just starting to become popular. 

“I got up all of my courage to do it,” Sonia says.