Rainie Martin, shown here in a red top and a black blazer, works at the front desk in Highland Springs’ Magnolia Place neighborhood, greeting residents and visitors.

If you’ve visited Highland Springs in the past five years, there’s a good chance you’ve met Rainie Martin.

Men’s Breakfast Club members Jack Schulik (left) and Bob Chambers at a recent club meeting, where Bob shared his experiences living on a sailboat for four years.

Most of the 145 clubs at Highland Springs are open to all, but there’s one group that’s just for the guys.

The Men’s Breakfast Club at the North Dallas Erickson Living community meets every other Friday morning at the Fireside Grille, one of five on-site restaurants, for breakfast and a guest speaker.

Pete Robertson (left) signs copies of his book, Home Is Where the Heart Is, for Highland Springs residents Mimi O’Neill (center) and Pat Young.

It’s been one year since Pete Robertson completed a long-held goal, and now he has a book to show for his efforts.

Pete’s book, Home Is Where the Heart Is, was published by WestBow Press under his given name, Bryce Robertson, and is available for purchase online through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Joyce Glivinski (left) moved to Highland Springs in August 2018. Her daughter Terese Mugno is a sales counselor at the North Dallas Erickson Living community.

When Joyce Glivinski cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Twin Oaks Square, the newest residence building to open at Highland Springs, it was the culmination of a journey she didn’t see coming.

Kris and Tom Allison on their wedding day, September 8, 2018.

You can’t always anticipate the next bend in the road. Just ask Tom and Kris Allison.

“I’m as surprised as anyone,” says Kris. “If you told me two years ago I’d be married and living at Highland Springs, I wouldn’t have thought it possible.”

Joe, in a white polo, and Helen Rossney, in a floral blouse, are seen here smiling before a fireplace.

When Highland Springs opened its newest residence building, Twin Oaks Square, in August 2018, one special group of guests was among the first to tour the new space.

Nicole Eison, the new fitness manager at Highland Springs, is seen here smiling in at the fitness center in black work out clothes

Nicole Eison may be new to Texas, but she’s certainly not new to fitness or ambition.

“My husband and I recently moved to the Dallas area from Connecticut,” says Eison. “I had my first interview at Highland Springs just a few hours after our plane touched down.”

Highland Springs resident Bill Beatty seen here smiling in a red polo shirt.

Like most fathers, Bill Beatty’s days were filled with work and family life while his two daughters were growing up.

“When you’re working long hours, you’re not really contributing much to the greater community outside your home because you simply don’t have the time,” says Bill, a retired geologist and petroleum engineer. “Now I have more hours in my day to give back.”

When you schedule a personal tour during the holiday season, you’ll experience first-hand all the sights of this festively decorated community. It’s the perfect opportunity to bring along family too.

There’s never been a better time to visit Highland Springs, the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, recently voted Best Senior Living Community in the 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards published by Living Magazine.