Wind Crest
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[caption id="attachment_7605" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Shirley and Ralph Greer walk along the Highline Canal on a trail easy to access at Wind Crest. Walks on campus top their list of favorite activities to do as a couple. (File photo)"][/caption] Ralph and Shirley Greer s love story began more than 30 years ago.

Eagle's Trace

Elizabeth Holt never leaves home without a book in her hand.

Ashby Ponds
With torrential rain and battering winds outside, Ashby Ponds Natalie and Franklin (Frank) Margiotta met the sunshine of their lives each other during a chance meeting at The Ritz-Carlton in Tysons Corner, Va. [caption id="attachment_7516" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Frank and Natalie Margiotta met on a stormy night in 1999 when Hurricane Floyd was hitting land.
Tallgrass Creek

Just before winter set in, the Monarch Landing Volunteer Projects Committee announced its cold-weather clothing drive. Meanwhile, Tallgrass Creek residents began their HUGS collection.

Ashby Ponds

Famed American columnist Erma Bombeck once wrote, "It is not until you become a mother that your judgment slowly turns to compassion and understanding."

Wind Crest

A group of friendly people living at Wind Crest have taken it upon themselves to personally greet every new neighbor. [caption id="attachment_7117" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Welcome Committee members Terri and Jim Nist (left) greet Jeanice and Daryl Milius, who recently moved to Wind Crest.

Ann's Choice

Three years ago, Lee Feinschil started the International Folk Dance Group so her Ann s Choice neighbors could experience what she had so gracefully performed throughout the years. [caption id="attachment_7262" align="alignright" width="280" caption="The International Folk Dance Group at Ann s Choice.

Ann's Choice

Ann s Choice was selected by readers of the Bucks County Courier Times as Best of Bucks 2009 in the retirement community category. The announcement was released in a special section of the newspaper in November.

Ashby Ponds

In 2007, Patricia Lund s doctor recommended that she lose 65 pounds, either through old-fashioned diet and exercise or through surgery. Lund chose to do things the old-fashioned way. [caption id="attachment_7172" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Patricia Lund (left) said it was the best feeling when three generations of her family ran the Round Hill race.