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A Community for People Midlife and Beyond

Author: 
Ruth Freeman and Donna K. Donald
July 22, 2011

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A Community for People Midlife and Beyond People in communities across this country want to live where they have the chance to thrive as they age. This is true in all kinds of places – small and large, rural and urban. This discussion will help us talk about the kind of community where people midlife and beyond can live successfully.

 

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