Linden Ponds residents Ann Fogarty and Joe Campanelli represented the Italian-American Club at a recent activities fair, where residents could get information about all of the clubs and committees on campus.

The retirees who live at Linden Ponds relate to one another based on a variety of different shared interests and commonalities. One topic that brings residents together is common cultural heritage.

Linden Ponds’ new associate executive director Philip Jean has more than two decades  of experience in the health care industry.

Philip Jean joined the Linden Ponds team as associate executive director earlier this year.

Author and Linden Ponds resident Valerie Lester is currently working on her fifth book.

Valerie Lester made the decision to move to Linden Ponds not once, but two times. 

Harvard alum Joe Cronin enjoys painting in his spare bedroom turned art studio at Linden Ponds, where he has connected with several other Harvard alumni.

After graduating from Harvard in 1956, Joe Cronin went on to build an impressive career in education. Now, he continues to consult but enjoys his retirement through pursuing passions and making connections. 

Members of the political interest committee (from left) Ruth Rudenauer, Eva Marx, Judy Fockenier, and Phil Doster.

As the country gears up for the presidential election in November, the politically active retirees at Linden Ponds are as engaged as ever in current affairs. 

A group of residents and staff from Linden Ponds recently visited the WCVB-TV Channel 5 studios.

A group of residents and staff members from Linden Ponds recently had an opportunity to take a behind-the-scenes tour of the WCVB-TV Channel 5 studios. They met with on-air personalities, learned a bit about how the news is produced, and then got to watch a live newscast.

Bill Bonzagni took home eight gold medals and a silver medal at this year’s Quincy Senior Olympics.

The athletic retirees who live at Linden Ponds racked up an impressive 81 medals at the thirty-fourth Annual Senior Olympics, held in May in Quincy, Mass. 

Nate Workman (left) and Phyllis Opper (right) recently appeared on the Today show to share the details of their inspiring love story. Phyllis’s granddaughter Lindsay (center) gave a toast at her grandmother’s wedding.

If you’ve ever felt like it’s too late for love, Nate Workman and Phyllis Opper’s story will inspire you and just might restore your faith in fate and true love. 

New York native Helen Benson now lives at Linden Ponds, where she says she has been impressed by the many opportunities to enjoy arts and culture.

Lifelong New Yorker Helen Benson moved to Linden Ponds about two and a half years ago because she wanted to be closer to her son and daughter-in-law.