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Greenspring
Barbara and Ken Kauke pose in front of a beautiful treelined view.

With one of the highest occupancy rates for continuing care communities in the nation, an industry-leading 90% refundable entrance deposit, and a comprehensive monthly service package, Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., provides community members with financial strength and sec

Greenspring
Representing the Greenspring’s GrandInvolve  volunteers, Judy Heusmann, Janet Rife, and Margaret Brooke pose here in Margaret's apartment at Greenspring.

Next month, as children across the country leave behind their pool toys and sand buckets for bookbags and notebooks, generous volunteers at Greenspring, an Erickson Living community in Springfield, Va., will prepare to volunteer with students at nearby Crestwood Elementary.

Fox Run
Jan Riccinto (next to the piano on the left) is seen here with the cast of the men's chorus, which she started

There’s no doubt that music and singing can lift our spirits. After all, it’s hard to be in a bad mood when you’re belting out an upbeat tune, especially when you’re singing along with friends. That is why Fox Run’s men’s chorus brings so much joy—both to the singers as well as to the people who get to listen to the group’s music around campus.

Fox Run
Jeanette Coviak poses in front of a staircase at Fox Run where she lives.

Financial security is one of the cornerstones of a fulfilling retirement. That’s why Fox Run’s management team works so hard to provide good financial value to residents and help them to protect the investments they’ve built over their lifetimes.

Eagle's Trace
(From left) Jenn Anderson, sales associate at Wind Crest; Pam Burgeson, sales director at Eagle’s Trace; and Sheila Willing, sales counselor at Greenspring, welcomed guests to the baseball-themed home expo at Eagle’s Trace.

Batter up! The staff and residents at Eagle’s Trace are eager to show off their community.

“There’s so much to see,” says Executive Director Stephen Aigner. “We wanted to open our doors and give guests the opportunity to come in, get more information about the services we offer, and tour apartment homes.”

Eagle's Trace

Edie Hedman knew what she wanted for her future. She just had to get past the obstacles.

“I was wishy-washy for months because I listened to other people’s opinions,” says Edie. “Finally, I started listening to my heart.”

Cedar Crest
Dorothy Zimmerman’s apartment home at Cedar Crest is an eclectic melting pot of styles, patterns, and textures. Consistent hues of warm red, pink, cream, and brown bring it all together in harmony.

Dorothy Zimmerman’s apartment is an eclectic array of paintings, antiques, patterns, and textures, all in warm, soothing reds and browns. An Aztec-inspired rug sets the tone in her living room, where five beautifully upholstered vintage chairs and a sofa create a wide and open conversation area. 

Cedar Crest
Schedule a personal visit with Sales Counselors Ruth Phillips or Kate Tanis and get their undivided attention for an entire hour to learn about all things Cedar Crest.

Ruth Phillips and Kate Tanis, Cedar Crest’s two sales counselors, invite anyone curious about the Pequannock Township, N.J., Erickson Living community to join them for a personal visit over cookies, conversation, and a campus tour.

Charlestown
The members of the Charlestown Cornhole league pose with their trophy and the cornhole boards designed by team member and resident Mary Wright.

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.