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Tallgrass Creek
Esther and Norman Redelsheimer (far left and far right) join Tallgrass Creek sales team member Sue LaBelle in hosting guest Alan Kimes from Church of the Resurrection for a gourmet lunch.

Tallgrass Creek neighbors joined about 40 clergy from local churches and synagogues earlier this year for a gourmet luncheon at the Overland Park, Kans., Erickson Living community.

Tallgrass Creek
Sharad Gavankar carefully swings a mallet during a game of croquet on Tallgrass Creek’s back lawn. Residents celebrate National Senior Fitness Day each year with a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities.

Pat Kutey has developed a new habit since moving to Tallgrass Creek about two years ago. 

“I exercise every day,” says Pat. “I go to a different class Monday through Friday and love them all.” 

Pat attends weekly stretching and strengthening, basic fitness, and yoga. She finds the convenience, quality of the instructors, and social aspect of the classes “just amazing.”

Tallgrass Creek
Several Tallgrass Creek neighbors and members of the Overland Park, Kans., community’s Judy Club smile for the camera. All 15 members are named Judy and enjoy lunch together each month in the Sunflower Bistro.

Several Tallgrass Creek neighbors and members of the Overland Park, Kans., community’s Judy Club smile for the camera. All 15 members are named Judy and enjoy lunch together each month in the Sunflower Bistro. Judy Condray and Judy Turner started the club and say the group always enjoys catching up and welcoming new members. 

Seabrook
Cindy Malmo’s studio apartment with its stylish and modern Murphy bed were a popular stop on the Seabrook home tour.

After 25 years of friendship, Cindy Malmo and Lin Kaufer are still going strong. So strong, in fact, that they both moved to Seabrook, the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J., just a few months apart. 

Seabrook
Learn all about Seabrook during your personal visit with Sales Counselor Dennise Baldwin.

More than 97% sold out, Seabrook seems to be on everyone’s wish list of where to live next. Dennise Baldwin, Seabrook’s sales counselor, invites anyone curious about the Tinton Falls, N.J., Erickson Living community to join her for a personal visit over cookies, conversation, and a campus tour.

Riderwood
Almeda Girod has always loved cycling and now rides her bike on Riderwood’s picturesque, 120-acre campus.

If you’re familiar with Silver Spring, Md., chances are you’re probably familiar with Almeda Girod. Almeda rides her bicycle around the community where she lives but also to local shopping centers and around town.

Riderwood
Marge Steffans smiles in front of the pond at Riderwood, featuring a fountain that some ducks swim past.

Marge Steffens has always had an appreciation for the outdoors and nature. She was a master gardener and has been an avid bird-watcher for many years. She also cares deeply about the environment and sustainability.

“I’m a strong environmentalist and have been for most of my life,” she says. “I am interested in habitat and species protection.”

Riderwood
Guillermo Olivos, in a decorative white top and black pants, danced a rumba with staff member Hamida Majili, in a sparkling red dress, at the annual "Riderwood’s Got Talent" show.

Guillermo Olivos will turn 90 this month, but retirement is hardly on his radar. In fact, he still works as a psychiatrist.

“When I reached 80, I decided I should go part-time,” he says with a laugh. “When you enjoy what you are doing, it is hard to stop.”

Oak Crest
(Back row, from left) Jeffrey Michael, Mike Sullivan, Bob Liebig, and Albert Cook. (Second row, from left) John Lehr, Dot Knipscher, Fitness Specialist Brittany Rhodes, and Judy Kimball. (Front) Joe Banz and Arlene Hoffman.

Once reserved for tailgating and backyard barbeques, cornhole (or depending upon where you’re from—bean bag toss, bags, or corn toss) is quickly catching on as one of America’s favorite pastimes.