Sous Chef Jose Cifuentes is the culinary talent for Highland Springs’ two new dining venues, Reunion Grill and Pecan Stop Café.

People who live at Highland Springs have two new dining options on the menu.

Reunion Grill and Pecan Stop Café are located in the Pecan Grove residence building at the North Dallas Erickson Living community, which opened in December 2016.

Larry Little checks on his strawberry, blackberry, and tomato plants in his garden at Highland Springs.

When Larry Little and his wife Diane moved to Highland Springs two years ago, one of Larry’s first priorities was applying for a garden bed at the North Dallas community.

Elinor White, a member of the priority list at Highland Springs, and her son Tim Hartman study an artist’s rendering of the new clubhouse, Magnolia Place, scheduled to open at the North Dallas community in mid to late 2018.

Highland Springs is growing again.

The Erickson Living community in North Dallas recently announced plans to build a second clubhouse and new residence building.

“There’s been such a strong demand for our lifestyle that we’re continuing to develop our community,” says Sales Director Christina Christie.

Elinor White, a member of the priority list at Highland Springs, and her son Tim Hartman study an artist’s rendering of the new clubhouse, Magnolia Place, scheduled to open at the North Dallas community in mid to late 2018.

Highland Springs is growing again.

The Erickson Living community in North Dallas recently announced plans to build a second clubhouse and new residence building.

“There’s been such a strong demand for our lifestyle that we’re continuing to develop our community,” says Sales Director Christina Christie.

Highland Springs residents Joanne Cafiero (standing) and Rosemary Nichols founded the retired nurses club at the North Dallas Erickson Living community.

National Nurses Week runs from May 6 through May 12 and is a time to celebrate nurses and their work.

Danna’s Darlings, led by Danna Parsons, prepare for a Mardi Gras parade. (From left) Danna Parsons, Mimi O’Neill, Marna Keith, Judith Barnes, Ellen Lee, Norma Hill, Ann Green, Ruth Powers, Barbara Buehler, Susan Barnes, and Francine Daner.

“When it comes to throwing parties, we like to go big,” says Barbara Blachly, resident services coordinator at Highland Springs, the Erickson Living community in North Dallas.

The Landworks group exercise class at Highland Springs meets in the new fitness studio inside the Pecan Grove residence building.

New Year’s resolutions may be in the rearview mirror by now, but people who live at Highland Springs keep fit year-round thanks to expanded fitness offerings at the North Dallas Erickson Living community.

Mimi O’Neill (center, in green) tests residents’ recycling knowledge during the 2016 Earth Day Expo at Highland Springs.

Did you know? 

According to Waste Management, the average American will throw away 600 times the amount of his or her adult weight in garbage. A 150-pound person, for instance, will discard 90,000 pounds of trash.

Christina Christie recently transitioned from sales counselor to the new sales director at Highland Springs.

As one of Highland Springs’ pioneer employees, Christina Christie is a familiar face to people who live at the North Dallas Erickson Living community.