New residences are on sale in the Hingham area, courtesy of craftsmen at Linden Ponds.  The small wooden birdhouses will be sold this month to benefit Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit organization that builds affordable homes both locally and internationally for people in need of shelter.


Elizabeth and John Sherrill s decision to leave Chappaqua, N.Y., was months old, but their move to Linden Ponds felt abrupt nonetheless. [caption id="attachment_8814" align="alignright" width="280" caption="John and Elizabeth Sherrill hold hands outside their Linden Ponds apartment home, by a sign their da


[caption id="attachment_8810" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Host of the Linden Ponds telethon Community Services Manager Joe McStowe (back right) speaks with phone volunteer Ruth Beyer, while others from the community take calls for donations."]


[caption id="attachment_8356" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Jim and Jean Gately call Linden Ponds home, but their hearts are also in the land of their ancestors. Here, they enjoy the Lakes of Killarney on a trip to Ireland.

If Janice Guilbault wants to know what her ten grandchildren are up to or how the family reunion planning is coming along, she logs onto Facebook. Guilbault, who lives at Brooksby Village, is one of 350 million active members of Facebook, a social networking website.

Year-round they practice diligently, working their way through sheets of music and lines of comedy and drama alike.


Nalora (Lo) and Guy Steele met beside a piano. They were standing together during a chapel rehearsal in Missouri when someone suggested they sing a duet. They obliged by singing Indian Love Call by Slim Whitman. [caption id="attachment_7579" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Guy and Lo Steele enjoy a moment at the piano inside their Linden Ponds apartment home.


In honor of Hingham s 375th anniversary, a group of local painters did their part to celebrate the town s past through art. [caption id="attachment_7233" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Linden Ponds resident John Cherry in front of his painting, Second Parish Church. "]


Just as those at Brooksby Village and Linden Ponds enjoy active lifestyles in their home bases, many also fly south for the winter, taking their suitcases and sense of adventure with them. [caption id="attachment_7225" align="a