The aquatics center at Lantern Hill.

Think back over the years. How many New Year’s resolutions have you made? And how many have you kept? 

Make this the year you keep your resolutions. Lantern Hill makes keeping these top five New Year’s resolutions easy. 

1. Fitness

Glenn and Marianne Herrigel chose a one-bedroom Burlington-style apartment home at Lantern Hill.

Glenn and Marianne Herrigel may have lived in their four-bedroom colonial for 50 years, but it didn’t take them long to feel perfectly at home in their new apartment at Lantern Hill. In fact, it took no time at all.

The Lantern Grille is a casual restaurant with pub-style favorites and a late-night menu until 10 p.m.—perfect for socializing and a game of billiards!

After 62 years of marriage and meal planning, Marianne Herrigel welcomes the opportunity to choose when she makes dinner or eats out. 

As chair of the library committee at Lantern Hill, George Jonovich says he makes friends more quickly—one of seven top reasons people choose the New Providence, N.J., Erickson Living community.

What are your retirement priorities? Maybe you dream of living maintenance free. Or perhaps you’re more practical and want the peace of mind continuing care provides. Do you look for sound financial investments? Or maybe you look for interest groups and social interaction.

Lantern Hill digital technology interns Ashley Darling (left) and Jamie Joseph (middle). Fitness Coordinator Chris Hynson (right) oversees the daily activities at Lantern Hill’s fitness center and indoor swimming pool.

As the weather cools down, things are heating up at Lantern Hill, the Erickson Living community that opened this summer in New Providence, N.J. 

Since June, residents have been settling into their new homes, meeting neighbors, and sampling activities like the fitness center and digital technology classes.

Though she has macular degeneration, Ruth Milgram can be as active and as social as she wants now that she lives among friends, services, and on-campus amenities at Lantern Hill in New Providence, N.J.

“Alexa, stop,” Ruth Milgram says as she answers the phone. Her voice-service, Bluetooth-enabled speaker silences, and Ruth returns to our interview. 

Library Committee members cut the ribbon on Lantern Hill’s new stocked and growing on-site library. (From left) Sandy Feldman, Judy Cornog, Dot Teller, Bob Schultz, Tom Keiser, Bob Teller, Thelma Keiser, and Mary Close (not pictured: George Jonovich).

From mystery to philosophy, from art to biography, there is something for everyone at Lantern Hill’s new library on campus.

Shirley and Mel George moved to Lantern Hill in New Providence, N.J., from a 55-plus community in Lakewood in July. They are two of Lantern Hill’s pioneer residents.

Oboe player Shirley George and her husband Mel realized the benefits of joining an Erickson Living priority list when they decided to change their status from Seabrook to Lantern Hill

Pam Gosner’s paintings hang in the sales center at Lantern Hill, the New Providence, N.J., community where she just moved in July.

If you’ve visited Lantern Hill, you may recognize the name Pam Gosner. Pam’s artwork graces the halls of the sales center. Now, Pam’s presence graces the community as well.