Ann's Choice
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New Feature.  You can now send a comment card to any department of General Services.  Take a look - click on the icon.  Just like Dining, let them know how they are doing.


2nd Floor Steel Going Up (As of November 17, 2017).  Click on the image.


The Railroad Club is building our train platform in the Village - check out the progress.  Click on the image.

Open Enrollment for Erickson Advantage  is October 15-December 7.  Additional details at Erickson Advantage.

Would you like to see a whole bunch of pictures from our recent Cabaret?  Click on the image and check out who was there.


Always new items !!  Free monitor -  Car wanted, Scooters.  


Want a laugh - check out the Humor section!!!

We have the 2018 Erickson Advantage Benefits posted.  Take a look.

Pictures of our Home and Activities

Some pictures from our recent Bridge Tourney

Chick is caught in the act.


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If you have any pictures you would like to share with all of us, let us know.  Use the Contact Us page.

Some Beautiful Pictures of Joanne Duff’s Patio.

Pictures from our recent Elegant Dinner

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Some terrific patio floral pictures from Jim Meyer

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New Years Eve Party in Keystone A BIG SUCCESS

The Party Committee, headed by Jane Neiger, did a great job in organizing the party - the decorations were great, the food was terrific, the atmosphere was electric, and the company was the best.  The Kevin Kelton Band was terrific at the recent 2012 New Years Eve party to bring in 2013.  Administration helped a lot in the arrangements and food and everyone had a great time.

Olney High School Graduates on the staircase

A fantastic 3 day trip to Ocean City for golf, and more golf.

Jim and Sal testing their putting.
Lou checking his scorecard - maybe a birdie or two.
Bob B. getting ready.

Joannie and Elvis at Bally's Atlantic City.

One of our residents, Joan Klimek, with Elvis.

Snapshots by Jim Meyer of our recent Olympics

Some Great Pictures from the 2012 Fourth of July Bash, by Jim Meyer.


About 80 Ann’s Choice residents captured the luck o’ the Irish at the community the day before St. Patrick’s Day in a melodious way as they were serenaded by the sounds of professional bagpiper Gary Guth from Holland, Bucks County as part of a special St. Patrick’s Pre-party party.
The event, which featured refreshments that would sweeten any tooth, including traditional Irish soda bread, shamrock cookies, Irish Potatoes and coffee with Bailey’s Irish Cream, was a rousing hit.
The party got off to an important start as the cultural and religious history and significance of the holiday was read to the residents and then Mr. Guth entered playing the popular bagpipe riff Minstrel Boy. He then delighted the crowd who was adorned in green Irish derby hats with songs such as Scotland the Brave and other popular holiday tunes.
Special thanks to Gary Guth. Gary, who is a professional bagpipe instructor, may be contacted through his website:<>

The Phillie Phanatic Joins the Towel Collection

Outside our Window

Fourth of July, 2011

From our recent June Jamboree - a huge success on campus and a BIG Thank You to all who helped and participated.

Our Ladies in Memorial Day Parade

#1       Ann's Choice residents who are members of Bux-Mont Women Veterans Assn. have taken part in Memorial Day parades in the area for several years.  Pictured here are Nancy Gerhart and Rose Torgerson carrying the banner in the parade in Doylestown this year. 
#2    Women veterans as they appeared in the parade in the Glenside area last year are Marjorie Hermann, Nancy Gerhart, and Rose Torgerson.
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Pictures from our recent Home Run Derby



          Dottie Koch, of Park View, who has entertained Ann’s Choice residents with her harmonica playing many times,  is a member of the Merrytones, a group of “older adults” who get together to entertain at retirement and nursing homes in the Bucks and Montgomery county area and have a great time.


          Shown here on the right with the director, Barbara Datillo, dressed in Baby costumes as part of a recent show, Dottie is one of four Ann’s Choice residents who perform in the group—Marjorie Hermann, of Dawson Terrace,  Hilda Karthauser, of Park View, and Ethel Bellows, of Westwood Place.  Barbara is the daughter of of  Michael and Rina Corrato, residents of Maple Terrace.   The group was formerly directed by the late Dolores Alker, of  Lewis Pointe.



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These are nice to look at when the weather turns warm.


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