Wind Crest
Listen to a selection from Phyllis' 2006 Recording: [mp3_embed blog_plyrs="2"] [caption id="attachment_14343" align="alignright" width="224" caption="Wind Crest s Phyllis Pegram has been playing the marimba for over 70 years. She has memorized more than 40 songs on the percussion instrument.
Wind Crest

The Wind Crest Garden Club has experienced its first season, and though there have been some growing pains, both residents and staff are hopeful for a fruitful and flourishing future.

Oak Crest

Evelyn Schroedl refuses to act her age. When the 92-year-old resident of Oak Crest is not dancing the tango, she s out on the tennis courts delivering a swing that would give most 20-something s a run for their money.


If there s no ice on the pond, it s a good day to fish that s Clyde King s creed. A lifelong fisherman, King has been casting his line out on small ponds and rivers across Maryland for the last 75 years.

Oak Crest

Watching 92-year-old Evelyn Schroedl glide across the stage in perfect time, you would never know she hasn t danced since high school.

Wind Crest

Aside from the years Woody Doyle spent stationed in the military in Nuremburg, Germany, he has chosen to live his life in Colorado. He was born in Denver, and since then, the Mile-High City has been his home.

Ashby Ponds

Two years ago on October 2, 2008 Ashby Ponds officially opened its doors to a fanfare of festivities. rel="same-post-14267" title="DC1010_APL2ndbirthday"> We are here to celebrate the genesis of som

Brooksby Village

A farm stand trimmed with pumpkins; a living room enveloping a Christmas tree and fireplace; a lighthouse along the seaside: all are scenes created by Bill Carey, who with imagination and precision plays the parts of architect, builder, and decorator. [caption id="attachment_14545" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Bill Carey stands behind shadow boxes that he builds at Brooksb

Maris Grove

[caption id="attachment_14634" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Maris Grove s Ultimate Chef teams. Front row (left to right): Terry Sokoloff, A.J. Coccia, and Toni Kaufman.