A chef from Devonshire at PGA National greets residents while they dine.

Known for its five-star service and world-class cuisine, Devonshire at PGA National, Erickson Living’s senior living community in Palm Beach Gardens, provides a resort-style atmosphere and a commitment to excellence that doesn’t exist at other communities.

Donna Schneider

“Someday, I want to live here.”

This is a statement that Donna Schneider and Maria Littleworth, sales counselors at Devonshire at PGA National, hear all the time when visitors tour the renowned 26-acre, resort-style community for the first time.

Dr. Sandy Weiss starts up his routine on a NuStep recumbent bike with Devonshire’s fitness specialist Remy Hardwood.

Let’s face it. We all want to be healthy and as fit as possible.  Devonshire at PGA National understands this and is committed to helping community members live life to the fullest.

Eagle's Trace
Eagle’s Trace residents Duane McCarthy (seated) and Sharon Francis (right) invited friends to join them for the speakeasy-themed party. Duane’s guest was Mary Townsend (left), and Sharon’s guest was Kathy Christensen (center).

Most events at Eagle’s Trace aren’t password protected.

But for one select group of guests, the only way to gain entry to an afternoon of Prohibition-era glitz, glamor, and cocktails was with a secret word.

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Love holiday décor but aren’t fond of the setup, takedown, and storage? Let the professionals do the heavy lifting. Enjoy the sights of the season as a member of the Eagle’s Trace sales team shows you around the festively decorated community.

There’s never been a better time to visit Eagle’s Trace, the Erickson Living community in West Houston.

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Haven Benoit, personal moving consultant at Eagle’s Trace, shares tips for downsizing while you decorate this holiday season.

Considering a move in 2019? You may have already started downsizing, but what about those red and green tubs of holiday trimmings in the attic?

December might not seem like the ideal time to pare down your seasonal decorations, but it can be a surprisingly good time to tackle the task.

Fox Run
Pictured w/ the Supremes are (back row, from left) Katrina DiMango, Peggy Mather, Kathleen Long, Joel Walrath, Stephanie Marsh, Annie Kennedy, Julie McCarthy, Megan Smith. (Front row, from left) Barbara Jablonski, Dawn Doyle, Tom Hollinshead.

This year marked an important milestone for Fox Run: over the summer the Erickson Living community in Novi, Mich., celebrated its fifteenth anniversary. To mark the occasion, residents and staff gathered outside under a large tent for a Motown-themed party. 

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Retired shop teacher Bill Gayde is the chair of Fox Run’s hobby shop, where community members can work on group and individual woodworking projects.

For 36 years Bill Gayde worked in the Fitzgerald Public Schools in Warren, Mich., as a shop teacher, spending the last 15 years of his career as an administrator and assistant superintendent of the district.

There’s gold at the end of this double rainbow, photographed over the entrance to the Greenspring campus. Fitch ratings recently awarded the Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., an A+ positive rating for its strong financial structure.

No matter how you look at it, Greenspring is an excellent community.