Members of Greenspring’s yacht club and the Girl Scout Connection worked with local scouts for the completion of the Good Sportsmanship badge.

In 1912, envisioning an organization that would prepare girls to meet their world with courage, confidence, and character, Juliette Gordon Low organized the first Girl Scout troop. Now, more than 100 years later, 1.7 million young girls and 750,000 adult volunteers are members of this popular group worldwide.

Lantern Hill
When Alli Krug isn’t helping people move to Lantern Hill, she enjoys swimming, soccer, skiing, and spending time at the beach. “Spending time with friends and family is really important to me, too,” she says.

Just a few months ago, Lantern Hill welcomed Alli Krug as its new personal moving consultant. She’s now in full swing guiding new community members through their move as more and more people choose Lantern Hill for their forever home.

Lantern Hill
An older couple shakes hands with a real estate agent to celebrate the sale of their home.

If you’re thinking about selling your house and moving to a maintenance-free community like Lantern Hill, now’s the time to take action.

According to real estate experts, now through summer is the busiest time in the real estate industry. And it all has to do with the school calendar.

Manju Sethi (left) and Nina Geilich enjoy a game of golf together. Nina started a women’s golf group soon after she moved to Devonshire at PGA National.

According to a recent article in Forbes magazine, “The number of women playing golf has grown approximately 7% over the past six years.” A group of female golfers at Devonshire, an Erickson Living-managed community at PGA National, are doing their part to keep the numbers in their favor.

Longtime friends Nancy DeSantis (left) and Shirley Alley enjoy the many entertainment options available to them as members of the Devonshire community.

According to a recent study of more than 200 seniors and published in the Annals of Family Medicine, “Social contact may be as effective as physical activity in improving mood and quality of life.” The study goes on to report that “social participation and social support networks are paramount to long-term positive outcomes and psychological well-being for older people.”

Devonshire community member Peggy Wicks was thrilled that her Dalton apartment home accommodated her beloved wall cabinet. Working with the design center, Peggy customized her porch, enclosing it into a beautiful sunroom, right off her kitchen.

"I love living in my Dalton apartment home,” says Devonshire community member Peggy Wicks, who moved to the Erickson Living-managed community at PGA National in January 2018. 

Lantern Hill
Terry and Evelent Cox cut nearly 3,000 miles off their commute between Seattle and New York City when they moved to Lantern Hill in January.

Having lived all over the U.S., Terry and Evelent Cox could have chosen anywhere for their forever home when Terry retired last year from a long career in environmental consulting. 

Siena Lakes
Naples residents Sharon and Don Higgins chose Siena Lakes for its amenities, financial model, and health care options.

Don and Sharon Higgins, who will move to Siena Lakes when it opens next year, recently sat down with Sales Director Fred Moschetta for a Q&A.

Q: What is something that helped motivate you to move to Siena Lakes? 

Siena Lakes
Take a stroll along the beautiful tree lined paths at Siena Lakes.

When Siena Lakes—a gorgeous, fee-for-service continuing care retirement community opening on Orange Blossom Drive just east of Airport-Pulling Road—opens, you’ll enjoy a wealth of resort-style amenities in a location you already know and love.