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Oak Crest
Helen Davis, who lives at Oak Crest, has managed the community’s on-site Treasure Chest for two decades.
Everyone likes a good deal, and Nadine Wellington is no exception. When she’s on the hunt for a bargain, Wellington heads over to the Treasure Chest, an on-campus thrift store run by the residents of Oak Crest , an Erickson Living community in Parkville, Md. “Where else can you get name-brand skirts for $3 and a matching jacket for $4?” says Wellington. “I have bought clip-on earrings for my mom...
Oak Crest
Oak Crest’s under-one-roof concept ensures an active and engaged lifestyle regardless of the weather outside.
With this year’s active hurricane season behind us, it’s now time to prepare for freezing temperatures, icy roads, and snow. But before winter arrives, Maryland retirees who have grown tired of dealing with the downsides of the cold season have found a warm and welcoming respite at Oak Crest , an Erickson Living community in Parkville, Md. The community’s maintenance-free lifestyle enables...
Greenspring
Dr. Vickie Lambert proudly displays her Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award for excellence in academic nursing.
In honor of a distinguished career as a nurse educator and academic administrator, Vickie Lambert, Ph.D., a community member at Greenspring , recently received the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award for her unwavering excellence in academic nursing. The award is presented to individuals who have been recognized for their professional contributions over a period of 20 or more years,...
Charlestown
Shoppers browse items for sale displayed on table tops at the Charlestown Treasure Sale.
Everyone likes a good deal, and Emily Fowler is no exception. When she’s on the hunt for a bargain, Fowler heads over to the Treasure Sale, an on-site flea market run by the residents of Charlestown , the Erickson Living community in Catonsville, Md. “I’ve found Barbie dolls for my daughter and puzzles and Orioles stuff for my son. I’ve seen $100 dresses from Lord & Taylor for $30 or $40. I...
Charlestown
Joni Guhne works on her watercolor portrait of a birdwatcher she met in Cape May, N.J.
When Jody Primoff moved to Charlestown five years ago, she hoped to connect with others who shared her love of art and passion for painting. It turns out she didn’t have to look far. Before she even settled into her new home, Jody was welcomed into the Fireside Artists, a group of Charlestown neighbors who gather every Friday to paint, draw, and sculpt. “The group is made up of all levels of...
Ashby Ponds
Ashby Ponds Sales Counselor Melissa Bates.
This September, Ashby Ponds celebrated its nine-year anniversary. Since opening day, the sought-after Erickson Living community in Ashburn, Va., continues to grow at an unprecedented rate. With the recent opening of Cherry Blossom Square earlier this year and upcoming 2018 opening of Birch Point and Cypress Ridge, the Ashby Ponds sales office is busier than ever helping the hundreds of people...
Ashby Ponds
Fresh grown produce including okra, string beans, jalapeño peppers and sweet potatoes on top of a kitchen counter.
According to the U.S. Census, the population growth in Loudoun County hovers above 3% or an average of 950 new residents a month. Yet despite the continued growth, the number of food-insecure people in the county has decreased by 14% over the last two years, according to Feeding America statistics. This success is due to the efforts of unique, community-based programs, including Loudoun Hunger...
Seabrook
Resident ambassador Carol Bicket gives tours and provides a firsthand look at what life is like at Seabrook. You might very well meet her when you visit the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls.
For Carol Bicket, the only downside to joining Seabrook ’s priority list at age 61 was that she wasn’t old enough to move into the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J. With a minimum age requirement of 62, Seabrook’s average age has been decreasing in the past few years, with more and more people in their 60s and 70s opting for a maintenance-free, active retirement. Speaking from...
Seabrook
(From left) Mike Seidman, Jack Hubemy, Ken Hor, Jerry Weinstein, and Mel Shteir play billiards weekly in Seabrook’s Town Center Clubhouse, one of hundreds of activities you’ll find going on around campus.
The living room in Seabrook ’s clubhouse buzzes with conversation as people researching their retirement living options gather in several groups of 10 to 12. A resident ambassador or a staff member answers questions about life at the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J. In one group, an adult daughter and her mother ask about the financial structure and continuing care options. In...