“Into their golden years and the good life at Briar Hill”
Ask Lynda and Gary Keffer what drew them to Briar Hill and they don’t hesitate to answer: “It’s a sense of belonging”. “Briar Hill is a neighbourhood of caring people who extend a warm welcome to newcomers.”
The Keffers moved to Briar Hill two years ago and have never looked back. Their busy careers have been replaced with part-time positions that give them the opportunity to keep active while providing them with plenty of time to enjoy the amenities of their new community.
“There are so many choices!” explains Lynda, “with card games, dances, golf, exercise classes, painting lessons and more. There’s something for everyone. In addition, you don’t have to look far for services to pamper you, entertain you, or take care of your medical needs.”
Moving can be stressful for anyone, but as Lynda explains, “The day we toured Briar Hill with Cindy and learned all it had to offer, we knew our lives were about to change forever.”
That change included the selection of their new home and lot, and the start of an entirely different lifestyle. Next-door neighbours became best friends in a safe and friendly community.
“We still enjoy puttering in the garden,” says Gary, “and we have BBQs and get-togethers while the grass cutting, window washing and exterior maintenance is taken care of by professionals. What a life!”
The Keffers are into their golden years and feel that life is good at Briar Hill.
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