(From left) Tallgrass Creek residents David and Rita Thomson welcome future neighbor Linda Peltzer to a “Moving Made Easy” seminar hosted by the Overland Park community’s sales team.

With walls up and windows installed, construction continues at Hummingbird Square, Tallgrass Creek’s new residence building, on target for completion later this year.

Kyra and Jerry Warsnak are comfortable in their new home at Tallgrass Creek in Overland Park, Kans., after using the community’s recommended services.

When Kyra and Jerry Warsnak recently settled into their new home at Tallgrass Creek, they breathed a sigh of relief. 

Tallgrass Creek Veterans Club coordinator Jim Allen (left) introduces neighbor and fellow club member Bill Converse, who relates his experiences from 1965–1971, serving aboard three U.S. Navy nuclear submarines.

Few sites are as impressive as a roomful of U.S. military veterans saluting our nation’s flag in honor of their service to our country. That, along with the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, is how each monthly meeting of the Tallgrass Creek Veterans Club begins.

Tallgrass Creek’s employee chili cook-off included resident life team members Jan Magee (left) and Cydney Cunningham dishing up their chicken chili to resident Ginny Caldwell.

Tallgrass Creek residents follow their noses to the Cottonwood activities room where ten staff members each stand behind their department’s simmering crock pot of homemade chili. It’s the annual employee chili cook-off, and the competition is fierce and fragrant. 

Residents in pool guiding rubber ducks in a race.

Resident ambassadors (from left) George Chamblin, Bob Butterworth, George Lund, Janet Butterworth, Dot Kleikamp, Shirley Hull, Sales Associate Sue LaBelle, Phyllis Chamblin, and Karen Cox welcome first-time visitors to Tallgrass Creek.

Tallgrass Creek’s beautiful 65-acre campus changes daily as Hummingbird Square, the community’s new residence building, takes shape. The four-story building scheduled for a late summer completion features 108 new residences in 18 different designs, including 7 never-before-seen floor plans. 

Resident ambassadors (from left) George Chamblin, Bob Butterworth, George Lund, Janet Butterworth, Dot Kleikamp, Shirley Hull, Sales Associate Sue LaBelle, Phyllis Chamblin, and Karen Cox welcome first-time visitors to Tallgrass Creek.

Tallgrass Creek’s beautiful 65-acre campus changes daily as Hummingbird Square, the community’s new residence building, takes shape. The four-story building scheduled for a late summer completion features 108 new residences in 18 different designs, including 7 never-before-seen floor plans. 

Jan Ericson and Harlan Brockman review music during a Tallgrass Creek Chorale practice.

Music fills the air every Wednesday afternoon in Tallgrass Creek’s clubhouse classroom as about forty neighbors enthusiastically join together in song. The group, known as the Tallgrass Creek Chorale, gathers for weekly practice. It’s a unique, musical experience for all. 

Cathleen Turick plays Headband, a game that challeng-es her to guess the word “shark” written on the board behind her, while asking for clues from other players.

Quick thinking, along with a few laughs, comes from Tallgrass Creek’s Sunflower Room each week when several neighbors gather to participate in a unique class offered by the fitness team.