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Linden Ponds
Hari Haridas and Denise Maguire decided to move to Linden Ponds sooner rather than later so they could start enjoying everything the community has to offer while they are young and healthy.

Denise Maguire and her husband Hari Haridas lived in Boston until last year. They moved there from Cambridge about a decade ago to be near their daughter after she had twins.

Highland Springs
Rainie Martin, shown here in a red top and a black blazer, works at the front desk in Highland Springs’ Magnolia Place neighborhood, greeting residents and visitors.

If you’ve visited Highland Springs in the past five years, there’s a good chance you’ve met Rainie Martin.

Highland Springs
Men’s Breakfast Club members Jack Schulik (left) and Bob Chambers at a recent club meeting, where Bob shared his experiences living on a sailboat for four years.

Most of the 145 clubs at Highland Springs are open to all, but there’s one group that’s just for the guys.

The Men’s Breakfast Club at the North Dallas Erickson Living community meets every other Friday morning at the Fireside Grille, one of five on-site restaurants, for breakfast and a guest speaker.

Highland Springs
Pete Robertson (left) signs copies of his book, Home Is Where the Heart Is, for Highland Springs residents Mimi O’Neill (center) and Pat Young.

It’s been one year since Pete Robertson completed a long-held goal, and now he has a book to show for his efforts.

Pete’s book, Home Is Where the Heart Is, was published by WestBow Press under his given name, Bryce Robertson, and is available for purchase online through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Greenspring
Sales Counselor David Taylor, wearing a suit (left), excitedly greets a resident in the hallway at Greenspring.

It’s been a busy start to the New Year for Greenspring, the Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va.

Greenspring
 Rev. Leonard Kalkwarf is a frequent guest on Greenspring’s in-house cable program Village in Motion, where he discusses his visits to presidential libraries around the country, wearing his signature tie depicting U.S. presidents.

When Leonard Kalkwarf moved to Greenspring in 2004 with his wife Beverly, he looked forward to devoting more time to his numerous hobbies. A retired ordained minister of the Word and Sacrament for the Reformed Church in America, writing, playing horseshoes, and Bible study were on his list.

Fox Run
Nancy Ryan (left) lives at Fox Run, and her daughter Peggy Mather (right) works at the community.

Many people who live and work at Fox Run say the community feels like one big family. For resident Nancy Ryan and staff member Peggy Mather, that statement rings particularly true— the two are mother and daughter.

Fox Run
Hugs all around! Fox Run residents show their gratitude for employees’ hard work by contributing to the Staff Appreciation Fund.

Residents and staff at Fox Run spend a lot of time together, so it’s common for them to form close bonds.

Fox Run
Hugs all around! Fox Run residents show their gratitude for employees’ hard work by contributing to the Staff Appreciation Fund.

Residents and staff at Fox Run spend a lot of time together, so it’s common for them to form close bonds.