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Hundreds Attending Linden Ponds Summer Concert Series Every Tuesday

July 30, 2012

Hingham, MA - Hundreds of people who live at Linden Ponds are attending the Linden Ponds Summer Concert Series every Tuesday at 2pm outside at the Summer Concert Stage.
"This is one of Linden Ponds most popular summer events," said Joe McStowe, Community Services Manager, Linden Ponds.  "Outside groups come to Linden Ponds every week to perform in front of hundreds of residents and staff!"
This year's series features a 35 member chorus from Georia, The Incomparable Ray Greene, The Kilby Street Bluegrass Band, Riverside Theatre Works Mixed Emotions, The Afrika Gente Band, The Swinging Seniors, The Dixie Diehards, The United States Navy Showband, and Michael Ricca.
The Linden Ponds Summer Concert Series is brought to you by The Linden Ponds Event Committee, Renaissance Gardens, Linden Ponds Administration and Marketing Departments.
Linden Ponds is a full-service continuing care retirement community situated on a scenic 108-acre campus in Hingham, Massachusetts. The vibrant campus opened in October 2004, and is home to 1,200 seniors who are enjoying life to the fullest.  Erickson Living is the developer and manager of Linden Ponds.
About Erickson Living:  Erickson Living develops and manages full-service retirement communities that provide worry-free living for America's seniors - the country's fastest-growing population segment.  Erickson's refundable entrance deposit and predictable monthly service fees provide residents across the country financial peace of mind.  Comprehensive health and wellness services, integrated into every community, lead to demonstrated resident benefits.  A robust complement of resident programs and facilities promote an engaged, fulfilling lifestyle that is reflected in resident satisfaction levels that exceed the industry average.  And the company's wide-ranging employee programs have earned Erickson numerous awards, including Fortune magazine's "Best Companies to Work For®" in 2008 and 2009.  For more information,