November 21, 2015
Dale and Nancy Rather moved to Ginger Cove two and a half years ago. They wonder why they didn’t come earlier. “As we got older, it became more important to be near a family member,” said Nancy. Dale added, “We feel very much at home here.” Read the full story in the Capital here.
ANNAPOLIS, MD – Ginger Cove, the area’s premier life-care retirement community, hosted the third annual Maryland Senior Olympics croquet tournament along with West River Wickets club over the September 26-27 weekend. A total of 24 players, aged 53 to 92, came from the Annapolis, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Rochester, NY areas to compete in the two-day event across two flights – Seniors (ages 53-74) and Masters (ages 75-92).
November 9, 2015
“What’s your secret?” Gov. Larry Hogan asked Esther “Es” Miller. “Keep breathing!” she replied. Miller decided to downsize three years ago and moved to a smaller apartment within the Ginger Cove community. Feeling she needed something with a little “oomph” for her living room, she went shopping with a daughter and purchased two modern armchairs … Continue reading Capital Article: How Es Miller celebrates the Big One-Oh-Nine