Ashby Ponds

Despite what its name implies, Ashby Ponds Ladies who do Nothing social group recently got active organizing a campus-wide effort to send care packages to U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq.


In honor of those serving overseas, Seabrook provided some comfort to troops and offered its own special way of saying thanks. [caption id="attachment_13564" align="alignright" width="280" caption="May Yeh, Shirley Sliker, Ruth Gay, Jane Finton, and Art Wenzel load donated items.

Maris Grove

[caption id="attachment_13542" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Amerigo Coccia loves to cook for his granddaughters in his one-bedroom apartment home at Maris Grove. "]

Welcoming players of all levels,Greenspring stennis club provides an unbeatable opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and a little friendly competition. [caption id="attachment_13550" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Ardent tennis club members Shirley Shifflett and Harry
Ashby Ponds

[Last summer, Eve and LeRoy Christian decided to move from Tysons Corner, Va., and call Ashby Ponds home after they heard about it from a friend. We knew we would be the only deaf residents here, but that was not a big issue in our decision, says Mrs. Christian.

Highland Springs

The folks at Highland Springs are making time to play again. Recreational sports clubs at the north Dallas community are on the uptick. Wii bowling, bocce ball, and golf clubs have all experienced soaring popularity since they were introduced on campus.

Linden Ponds
A crew of renowned chemists recently shared oceanographic discoveries with eager scholars at Linden Ponds in a series of presentations that was also a breakthrough for the community. It certainly was groundbreaking; it was our first attempt under Lifelong Learning to have a bonus course like that which was open to the whole community, says Joan Mahoney, cochair of the Lifelong Learning
Linden Ponds

[caption id="attachment_13170" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Helen Caldwell, who along with her seven siblings could hold the secret to longevity, works on her latest project at Linden Ponds: doll making.

Linden Ponds

[caption id="attachment_13179" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Beatrice Glass holds up a copy of her winning scratchoff ticket, which earned her $20,000. The ticket was her prize after a game of Team Trivia at Brooksby Village, where she lives.