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Smooth Sailing–BayWoods of Annapolis

Smooth Sailing–BayWoods of Annapolis

Smooth Sailing By Christy Brudin A first ascent of a mountain with two kids in tow. Three days anchored off a reef after los­ing a mast. An epic sail across the Atlantic. Herb and Ruth Weiss have shared quite a few adventures over the years. After recently moving to BayWoods of Annapolis, a continuing care retirement community in the heart of Annapolis, Md., Herb and Ruth are now planning their exciting future—and sailing is certainly on the itinerary. In addition [...]

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CCRC Residents Sue Community for Financial Practices

Vi at Palo Alto residents filed a class action lawsuit in federal court Wednesday alleging the continuing care retirement center funneled $190 million in refundable entrance fees to its corporate[...]

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Baltimore Sun Reports Developers of Bel Air retirement community won’t change plans

Developers of a continuing care retirement community and surrounding single-family homes east of Bel Air changed their plans once, based on community opposition, but they do not plan to alter them[...]

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New CCRC Planned in Bel Air, MD

The Baltimore Sun reports that the developers of a proposed continuing care retirement community and housing development east of Bel Air have submitted a revised site plan which, in their words,[...]

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No Boundaries–The Residences at Thomas Circle

No Boundaries–The Residences at Thomas Circle
By Christy Brudin Harriet Mayor Fulbright’s international education began at the tender age of 15. She has visited and lived in countries from Latin America to Asia. The world has been her[...]

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Home for Good–Falcons Landing

Home for Good–Falcons Landing
A former home economics teacher for eight years and special education administrator for 16 years, Margaret Quayle knows how to transform a house into a home. As a military wife and avid traveler, she[...]

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The Art of Appreciation–Waverly Heights

The Art of Appreciation–Waverly Heights
By Christy Brudin Photography by Jim Greipp / Pau Hana Productions Dr. Harold “Hal” and Linda Robinson both have had a lifelong passion for art. New residents of Waverly Heights, a[...]

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A Place to Grow–Dunwoody Village

A Place to Grow–Dunwoody Village
Growth comes in many different forms. It can be personal—the result of physical or mental changes. It can also be communal—the result of new bonds or stronger connections. No matter what form it[...]

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Timing is Everything–Cathedral Village

Timing is Everything–Cathedral Village
Few sports require more true teamwork than dragon boat racing. This ancient ritual turned modern athletic event requires 20 paddlers, one drummer to keep time, and one sweep who steers the boat. The[...]

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