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homes and luxury penthouses. Inclusive monthly rent covers housekeeping, utilities, a 75-foot heated pool, a well- ness center, restaurant dining, a 212- seat theater, an 18-hole putting green, a wood shop, an art studio, and more. Special military discounts and services are available for military beneficiaries. We are close to several military instal- lations. Our Seasonal Stay Program in furnished units is available. Reward yourself, and call now for a private tour and lunch. (See ad on page 47.)


Wesley Palms, 2404 Loring St., San Diego, CA 92109, (858) 274-4110, www.wesleypalms.org Wesley Palms is a 35-acre-plus retire- ment community in a park setting that overlooks Mission Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Amenities include cottages, apartments, a heated pool, a fitness center, a putting green, a wood shop, a sundries store, and local transporta- tion. There is no entrance fee. Monthly fees for one-bedroom accommodations start at $4,310. Other options are avail- able. Assisted living, the Summer House memory-support neighborhood, and a wellness clinic are available on site. (See ad on page 17.) PET FRIENDLY


COLORADO Liberty Heights, 12105 Ambassador


Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80921, (719) 481-9494 Our independent retirement commu- nity offers spectacular views of Pikes Peak and the U.S. Air Force Academy. Residents enjoy an all-inclusive lifestyle with two chef-prepared, delicious meals a day from our ever-changing menu; housekeeping and full maintenance; fun events; and the use of our indoor swim- ming pool and fitness center. We also offer assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing in a supportive, caring environment. (See ad on page 104.)


DELAWARE Westminster Village, 191 Westminster


Drive, Dover, DE 19904, (866) 710-3101, www.wmvdover.org With 27 green and flowering acres locat- ed in the heart of historic Dover, West- minster Village is the only continuing care retirement community for people 55 and older in tax-friendly Delaware. More important, life at Westminster Village is not about being busy but rather about being purposeful, with a personal sense of wellness and satisfaction. (See ad on page 77.) PET FRIENDLY


DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA The Army Distaff Foundation and Knollwood, 6200 Oregon Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20015, (800) 541-4255, www.armydistaff.org The Army Distaff Foundation owns and operates Knollwood, a CCRC exclusively for retired military officers and their families located on 16 acres in our na- tion’s capital. Knollwood’s unique health care community allows residents to enjoy an active, fulfilling lifestyle while benefiting from available on-site ameni- ties and support services, including four distinct levels of care: independent liv- ing, assisted living, skilled nursing, and specialized memory care on campus. Amenities include physician services, an indoor pool, a chapel, luxury dining and a bistro, walking paths with easy access to Rock Creek Park, and a wide range of social and cultural activities. Transporta- tion services to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., and more are provided. (See ad on page 68.) PET FRIENDLY


FLORIDA Advent Christian Village, 10680 Dowl-


ing Park Drive, Dowling Park, FL 32064, (800) 647-3353, www.acvillage.net Advent Christian Village requires no


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entrance fee to enjoy retirement living nes- tled within 1,200 acres of woodlands and scenic landscapes overlooking the historic Suwannee River. This accredited, compre- hensive retirement community offers living options with a continuum of care, from home ownership to rental apartments, condos, assisted living, skilled-nursing care, and an on-site medical center, a pharmacy, a rehabilitation facility, a fit- ness center, arts programs, a lodge, and a conference and retreat center. (See ad on page 10.)


Fleet Landing, One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233, (866) 215-1647, (904) 246-9900, ext. 107, www.fleetlanding.com Fleet Landing is an accredited, nonprofit CCRC in northeast Florida, just minutes from the beach. Fleet Landing offers resort-quality amenities, a complete well- ness program, gated 24-hour security, and homes and apartments to fit every lifestyle. Assisted-living residences, skilled nursing, and a memory-care unit are all on campus. World-class golf, Naval Station Mayport, a commissary, an exchange, and a Mayo Clinic are nearby. (See ad on page 75.) PET FRIENDLY


Freedom Plaza, 1010 American Eagle Blvd., Box 352, Sun City Center, FL 33573, (888) 467-5202, www.freedomplaza.com Freedom Plaza offers independent senior living with guaranteed lifecare and health plan options. If you so choose, on-site as- sisted living and rehabilitation care can be included. Golf and tennis are available on campus, and military facilities are nearby. Freedom Plaza is a Brookdale Senior Liv- ing Community and is sponsored by the Retired Officers’ Corporation. (See ad on page 63.) PET FRIENDLY


Indian River Colony Club, 1936 Freedom Drive, Viera, FL 32940, (877) 835-8768, email: corporate@colonyclub.com,


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