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Not Your Average Gift Shop

For the past three years, Tempe residents Joanne Crawford and Barbara Hall have been busy doing good. These Friendship Village …

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Still Nursing After All These Years

For Friendship Village’s Evie Hasner, age is truly just a number

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Redemption at The Village: A 6,000-Mile Journey Home

The 6,000-plus-mile journey from Japan to the United States was paved with hardship for a young girl named Keiko.

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Drawing Her Own Retirement

Friendship Village Tempe’s Ann Dellis Shares Her Gift with Neighbors and Friends

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After More Than 50 Years, Old Pals Rekindle Friendship at The Village

It’s not hard to stay in touch with old friends these days. A quick search on Facebook, a friend request …

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Pull Up a Chair…At the New Friendship Village Tempe Sports Bar

  Credit: Jeff Van Zant (KHPO) It’s one of those places where everybody knows your name. The new sports bar …

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Dave Rushlo, Friendship Village Tempe Resident, Recalls How Woodworking Saved His Marriage

Sometimes, life leads us to a seemingly dead end street, only to provide a previously unseen way out. For Dave …

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Meet the Boomers – The Changing Face of Senior Living Is Here to Stay

What’s in a generation? Quite a bit if you talk with sociologists, who’ve been fascinated with the group commonly known …

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Friendship Village Tempe Leads the Way in Tech Expansion

As the nation’s 11th largest Life Plan Community, creating a meaningful retirement for the young-at-heart includes providing technology that helps …

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For Friendship Village Resident Bob Dolphin, There’s No Such Word as “Can’t”

Life threw a curveball at Friendship Village Tempe resident Bob Dolphin when he was still just a high schooler. A …

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