Boredom. It’s a feeling that Sheldon Edelstein does not like. So when the retired interior designer decided to move out of his house to a senior apartment complex he thought he would have a more active life. “Was I wrong,” Sheldon said. “Although I had neighbors, we were all isolated. There were no organized activities
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If you’re looking for ways to stay physically and mentally active, table tennis might be the right game for you. Just ask resident Dan Chang, who has been playing for months with a half dozen other residents. “I love the exercise,” Dan said after serving a spin shot with a nasty, unpredictable bounce. “It may
Swimmer Betsy Jordan and Weightlifter Len Sandberg thrive at community that promotes wellbeing Friendly and diverse, there’s an easy air of camaraderie among the residents. You’ll find them in the dining room, by the fountain, tending to the roses, on the hiking trail, in the pool and in the gym. Casa de Mañana is no