Spring Arbor of Frederick and Spring Arbor of Crofton Host Grand Openings

Spring Arbor of Frederick and Spring Arbor of Crofton Host Grand Openings

Our two, newest senior living communities in Maryland hosted their ribbon cutting ceremonies in the past week, marking a new chapter in the Spring Arbor story. Spring Arbor of Frederick and Spring Arbor of Crofton offer residents a place where they feel loved, like an extension of family. We nurture each resident’s independence by promoting dignity and choice, helping them thrive within a setting of privacy, comfort and compassionate care.

Spring Arbor of Frederick

Located in the historic City of Frederick, Maryland, Spring Arbor of Frederick is a 93-room assisted living and memory care community. On Tuesday, October 15, the community held a ribbon cutting ceremony, which was attended by over 140 guests including representatives from the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce, Frederick County Government, State Delegate Kenneth Kerr, and State Senator Ronald Young. The community received several proclamations, including one from the Office of U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen congratulating the Spring Arbor team on a successful opening and for providing wonderful care to residents. Trish Rose, Spring Arbor of Frederick’s first resident, did the honors of cutting the ribbon. Guests were treated to tours and the opportunity to try some of the Dining Service Director’s fall menu items like shrimp cocktail and beef tenderloin.    

Spring Arbor of Crofton

Ribbon Cutting at Spring Arbor of Crofton

Spring Arbor of Crofton is an 80-room assisted living and memory care community near Annapolis. The team held a cabaret-themed celebration with live music, an interactive paint station where guests could learn more about Spring Arbor’s signature program, Art from the Heart, a photo booth with the history of HHHunt, and a jazzercise station which highlighted the community’s Wise & Well program. Over 200 guests were in attendance, including Delegate Heather Bagnall, Delegate Sid Saab, Delegate Michael Malone, Congressman Anthony G. Brown, the County Executive and members of City Council for Anne Arundel County, and the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation, among others. The wife of the first resident at Spring Arbor of Crofton cut the ribbon, and team members celebrated all of the founding residents with a plaque that was placed on our rocking chairs out front to honor them.   

At HHHunt, we believe it’s how you live that matters, and we’re excited to provide our new residents with a strong level of care and compassion that Spring Arbor has become synonymous for.