Wind Crest

Everyone has heard the myth that pets and their owners look alike. But now there s research saying they could even act the same. [caption id="attachment_7114" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Marlene O Neal says she and her cat, Peggy Sue, are two peas in a pod. Both live and investigate the world at Wind Crest.

Wind Crest

Each morning before breakfast, Phyllis Clark can be found logging miles on a treadmill in the Wind Crest fitness center. For Clark, the treadmill represents her philosophy about life. You ve got to keep moving, the sprightly 92-year-old says. Even for those who haven t laced up their running shoes lately, Clark says it s never to late to begin.

Maris Grove

Working after retirement allows people to explore their true passions because, let s face it, a passion doesn t always translate to a profession. But during retirement, anything goes, and that s just one of the beauties of this stage in life. You can do work for the love of it, for the love of people, and you can choose your own schedule.


The world-famous Rockette dancers had better watch out.


You could say that John and Mary Oxenham s hobby is for the birds, but the truth is, the unique birdhouses they create bring just as much joy to the people who receive them as the birds who call them home.

Oak Crest

While her retired Oak Crest neighbors are drinking their morning coffee and working out in the fitness center, Renee Dintzis is heading to work at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. the last 36 years, Dintzis

Seabrookwas honored by Interfaith Neighbors as Outstanding Volunteer Organization of the Year at a recent dinner. [caption id="attachment_7249" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Nancy Flanigan, Rabbi Sally Priesand, and Joe Marmora of Interfaith Neighbors with Gary Engelstad (left) of Seabrook.
Cedar Crest

With nine full marathons under his belt, at age 73, there s no stopping Cedar Crest resident and avid runner Bernie Papa. [caption id="attachment_7334" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Bernie Papa raises his arms in celebration as he crosses the finish line at the 2004 New York City Marathon.

Cedar Crest
NJ_01.10_ccv award for biodieselweb

Last summer, Cedar Crest developed a technology that converts used cooking oil from its restaurants into fuel for its vehicles.