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Highland Springs
Seven friends gather every Monday evening for dinner in the Lone Star Pub at Highland Springs. (Clockwise, from left) Pat Kanis, Ken Hunt, Myke Kanis, Dining Associate Nick Hathaway, Larry Comstock, Marilyn Comstock, Elinor White, Karen Hunt.

Stop by the Lone Star Pub at Highland Springs on a Monday evening, and you’ll see a group of regulars eating dinner together.

Linden Ponds
One of Linden Ponds’ most popular group exercises is Essentrics, a full-body workout that combines the movements of ballet, tai chi, and yoga. (Pictured here in foreground, from left) Lynn Tisch, Mary Becker, Ann Marcus, and Honey Kronenberg.

If you want to stay physically fit as you get older, Linden Ponds is the perfect place to do that.

Linden Ponds
One of Linden Ponds’ most popular group exercises is Essentrics, a full-body workout that combines the movements of ballet, tai chi, and yoga. (Pictured here in foreground, from left) Lynn Tisch, Mary Becker, Ann Marcus, and Honey Kronenberg.

If you want to stay physically fit as you get older, Linden Ponds is the perfect place to do that.

Linden Ponds
Susan and Bill Humberd believe Linden Ponds is an excellent financial value because of all of the amenities and services included in the monthly service fee.

Bill and Susan Humberd moved to Linden Ponds last year from a house in Norwell, Mass. They say that, at first glance, Linden Ponds may appear to cost a bit more than living in your house, but not when you factor in everything that is included in the monthly service fee.

Maris Grove
Eleanor and Charlie Barr, posing here in their home, moved from a 55-plus community to Maris Grove because of its full continuum of care.

Once you’ve decided to downsize and move, you have another big decision to make: Should you choose a 55-plus community or a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) like Maris Grove?

Maris Grove
Bette Alburger enjoys Maris Grove's landscaping beauty year-round but especially loves the large pond with its three fountains, a fishing pier, and picnic pavilion.

Anytime Bette and George Alburger gaze out of their large kitchen or living room windows, they’re treated to one of the loveliest views at Maris Grove. A large pond with three fountains, a fishing pier, and picnic pavilion create a stunning still life.

Oak Crest
The Oak Crest Good Guys slow pitch softball team won the Erickson Living Softball Championship this June, defeating the Charlestown Sluggers 15-5, seen posing here with the scoreboard.

Major League Baseball Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn once said, “Remember these two things: play hard and have fun.” It’s good advice and a philosophy that the Oak Crest Good Guys, a competitive softball team comprised of men and women who live at Oak Crest in Parkville, Md., abide by. 

Oak Crest
Martie Noel is seen here beaming from the green spaces at Oak Crest.

Martie Noel loves the outdoors. She also loves making crafts. But she didn’t love the idea of living alone in her 2,000-square-foot Harford County house.

Riderwood
Earlier this year, Alphonso Westley became associate executive director at Riderwood, the Erickson Living community in Silver Spring, Md.

Earlier this year, retirement living industry veteran Alphonso Westley joined Riderwood’s leadership team as the Erickson Living community’s associate executive director.