Vi's Easy Riders Embody the Community's Welcoming Spirit
Lee Chouinard brought his love of cycling, along with a desire to share it, to Vi at Highlands Ranch. The community didn’t have a cycling group when the Chouinards arrived, so Lee started the Vi Easy Riders.
After 50 years together, life is never
dull for Lee and Frances Chouinard
Life shows no sign of slowing down for this couple who have been on the go ever since they first met.
Retirement lights an artistic spark
for Vi at Highlands Ranch resident
“I’ve always appreciated art…But when I discovered blacksmithing, it just sounded like the kind of artwork I might really be interested in pursuing more.”
“Right-sizing” for a new life at
Vi at Highlands Ranch
After the “right-sizing” decisions were made and the long-distance move was complete, the fun part arrived for the Lavines: turning their new apartment into a home.
Dr. Barbara Moser discovers
the upside in downsizing
For Dr. Barbara Moser the move to Vi at Highlands Ranch was driven by two main factors: avoiding another hot summer in Phoenix and her mother’s positive example.
Residents make friends – both new and old
In the 1950s, Nancy and Kay became friends living overseas in Venezuela. Today they attend lectures together at Vi at Highlands Ranch, where they were unwittingly reunited.