The folks at Highland Springs are making time to play again. Recreational sports clubs at the north Dallas community are on the uptick. Wii bowling, bocce ball, and golf clubs have all experienced soaring popularity since they were introduced on campus.


To the delight of history buffs and the devout alike, the Hillcrest Clubhouse at Highland Springs was recently transformed into an exhibit hall, housing ancient manuscripts and rare archeological treasures relating to the world s most influential book. [caption id="attachment_12847" align="alignright" wid


When Carl and Jo Shannon moved to Eagle s Trace in Houston from their home in Wharton three years ago, they left behind a Texas-sized yard. [caption id="attachment_12842" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Senior Grower Bill Smartt offers advice about container gardening to Jim and Norma Pickett.


Think of it as a men s locker room without the sweat. The Men s Breakfast Club at Highland Springs meets all the other requirements necessary for manly bonding slaps on the back, tales of heroics past and present, and of course, a few jokes.


For someone who has acted opposite Meryl Streep, Shirley MacLaine, and Debra Winger, Betty King is remarkably down to earth.


[caption id="attachment_11705" align="alignright" width="280" caption="After a production rife with aunt-ics, the cast prepares to take a bow in front of an audience that s all smiles."]


[caption id="attachment_11710" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Mary Norman, M.D., and her husband celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary last year by renewing their vows in the Hillcrest Clubhouse at Highland Springs, where she is the medical director."]


From the plains of west Texas to the sprawling acreages in the hill country, if there s one thing Texans have in common, it s their penchant for wide open spaces. [caption id="attachment_8828" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Pete and Barbara Scholl relax in their 1,900-square-foot apartment home at Eagle s Trace."]


The Olive Branch Book Club is the third and newest arm in the tree of reading groups at Highland Springs.