Maris Grove
Maris Grove sManager of Catering Services Jenny Armitage couldn t be happier with what s on her plate. Her life has come full circle since growing up in Bristol, England (90 miles west of London), in a family where there were a lot of mouths to feed.
Linden Ponds

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Maris Grove

Judy Baldwin and Walt Copper are well known around the Maris Grove campus.

Tallgrass Creek

Feet were moving, hands were clapping, and music was pulsing as 75 residents and 25 teens danced the night away at Tallgrass Creek s recent spring fling.

Ashby Ponds

The quickest way to a friend s heart may be through the stomach, at least for many at Ashby Ponds. Within months after the Ashburn community opened, Natalie Margiotta started a monthly dining out group Women Out to Lunch as a way to meet new friends while enjoying delicious meals at some of the D.C. area s finest restaurants.

Wind Crest
If variety is the spice of life, then dining at one ofWind Crest s two on-site restaurants is the ultimate gastronomical adventure.
Oak Crest

There are dog people. There are cat people. Then there s Ruth Pundt a kindhearted woman with an affinity for all creatures great and small. I just love animals! says Pundt.

Wind Crest

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Growing up in west Baltimore, Mary Leech always felt a connection to Catonsville. We lived about three or four miles away, but I was very familiar with the area because I had friends that lived in Catonsville, says Leech. Every year, I would go to their house for the Fourth of July celebration.