Greenspring's safety and security assistance

Fifteen years ago, the doors first opened to Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va. With open arms, Sheila Willing greeted the first residents on that momentous day. Now, more than 2,000 greetings later, she continues to welcome people to this popular community.

Hobbyists climb aboard to celebrate trains of all shapes and sizes

Less than 100 years ago, 1,500 U.S. railroads operated more than 254,000 miles and employed 1.8 million people more than any other industry in the country. Since the end of World War II, railroads popularity has declined as both a means of freight and passenger transportation. Yet the fascination and love of railroads continues to grow.

Greenspring’s 'Evening With the Chef' a five-star event

Dining at Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., is always a culinary treat. Community members enjoy tasty and nutritious meals at five campus restaurants. Greenspring s dining options are very good, says community member Clint Lambert. My wife Vickie and I have never had a bad meal.

Greenspring student scholarships increase by 166%

Since 1999, generous community members at Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., have recognized the higher educational pursuits of their student employees through the establishment of a scholars fund.

Hobbyists climb aboard to celebrate trains of all shapes and sizes

May the sun in his course visit no land more free, more happy, more lovely, than this our own country! ~Daniel Webster This July 4th, Americans will celebrate the freedoms granted by our forefathers and protected by our military with a host of parades and fireworks.

Welcoming players of all levels,Greenspring stennis club provides an unbeatable opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and a little friendly competition. [caption id="attachment_13550" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Ardent tennis club members Shirley Shifflett and Harry

Gardening is a gamble, says Sterns Lott, president of the Ashby Ponds Garden Club. You never know if your crop will take. It s an ongoing search for information.


Upon his retirement 14 years ago, Robert Bonner and his wife, Hazel, took off. We finally had time to travel, she says. We had read about all these places and wanted to see them for ourselves. Their first trip was to the Alpine country, including Germany and Switzerland. Since then, they have traveled to 76 countries, and they look forward to visiting many more.


April is National Volunteer Month, and Americans are placing an ever increasing value on helping others.