On New Year's Eve, Devonshire community members, staff, and guests party the night away with first-class entertainment.

When you live at the renowned Devonshire at PGA National, over-the-top dinners, entertainment, and special events fill your calendar year-round. 

Devonshire’s August birthday luncheon celebrated almost 30 birthdays, including (from left) Dede Levinson (born August 22) and Barbie Traum (born August 31).

“They say it’s your birthday.

It’s my birthday, too, yeah.”

—The Beatles

The Beatles’ song “Birthday” would be right at home at Devonshire. In the days leading up to the last Tuesday of every month, all you hear in the hallways is, “Are you going?”

Eagle's Trace
Harris County Judge Ed Emmett recently spoke at Eagle’s Trace. Emmett visited the West Houston community at the invitation of the resident-led government affairs committee.

With midterm elections upon us, it’s time to consider candidates and issues on the ballot.

Residents of Eagle’s Trace are doing just that, as the community’s government affairs committee works to inform and educate in a neutral, nonpartisan manner.

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The “Your Legacy in Words” writing class, facilitated by Jan Masterson, meets twice a month at Eagle’s Trace. (From left) Bob Atkinson, Carolyn Rogas, Jan Masterson, Pam Daniels, Karen Camerino, Pat Camerino, and Jim Cross.

When Jan Masterson moved to Eagle’s Trace in June 2017, she noticed a new depth to her social interactions.

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Eagle’s Trace staff came to the game to support resident Bob Roenigk, who threw out the first pitch at the Houston Astros game on August 12.

One pitch. That’s all it took to make a long held dream come true for Bob Roenigk of Houston, Tex.

Bob threw out the first pitch at the Houston Astros game on Sunday, August 12, at Minute Maid Park. It was a moment several years in the making.

Fox Run
Fox Run Personal Moving Consultant Kristine Kluge says the winter months are the perfect time to tackle downsizing projects.

If you’re hoping to sell your home in the spring, take advantage of winter’s downtime to prepare for your move. Fox Run Personal Moving Consultant Kristine Kluge says the colder months are the perfect time to begin downsizing projects—which will make your moving process much easier.

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Edison Place, which opened in August, is the popular new address for people who have taken advantage of stronger home values to sell and move to Fox Run.

Fox Run’s tenth residence building is officially open for business—and new neighbors. Named Edison Place in honor of Detroit’s historic Boston-Edison neighborhood, which was built in the 1900s, the newest building opened in August.

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Louise and Jim Gotch attended a special M*A*S*H-themed picnic for resident veterans and their guests at Fox Run.

Fox Run is home to quite a few veterans, which means those community members who have served in the military instantly have something in common. Swapping stories about their service makes for fast friendships.

Greenspring community member Nora Leng (back row, far left) celebrates with her gala guests.

Each day for 20 years, community members at Greenspring have fulfilled the Erickson Living community’s motto, “We share our gifts to create a community that celebrates life.” 

Recently, residents and staff celebrated the community’s 20-year anniversary with a full week of Roaring Twenties-themed festivities.