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Resident Lives Out NASCAR Fantasy Through Esports

Twice a week, 74-year-old Jerry Weaver gets behind the wheel of his NASCAR vehicles to race around speedways worldwide. While …

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Friendship Village Tempe and City of Tempe Collaboratively Open New Community Garden

In partnership with Tempe Parks, Friendship Village Tempe has opened a new community garden at Ehrhardt Park, located at 4003 …

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COVID-19 Update

As the nation continues to navigate the challenges faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, Friendship Village Tempe has prioritized the health …

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Addict Finds Redemption at Friendship Village Tempe

Ten years ago, Brian Gonzales was a homeless addict in and out of jail. Hooked on drugs from the age …

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How to organize your space, declutter your home and feel great.

Clutter is what you end up with when you have more stuff than you need. Clothing you don’t wear. Family …

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Lifelong Civil Rights Advocate Maintains Fight for Equality

This year marks a century since women earned the hard-fought right to vote in the United States. That vigor for …

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Self-Guided Exercises for Seniors

One of the many benefits of exercise is how it boosts your mood and reduces stress. With stress and anxiety …

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Phoenix Holocaust Association Honors Friendship Village Tempe Caregivers

Essential Workers at Retirement Community Receive More than $7,300 in Contributions from Local Nonprofit Essential workers at Friendship Village Tempe …

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Opening Up Our Community — 6/24/2020

Many state and county governments are releasing plans to reopen the economy to essential businesses. While this is an encouraging …

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Friendship Village Tempe to Award $60k in Educational Grants Mid-Pandemic

Students in the East Valley and across the country saw COVID-19 cancel graduations and well-earned celebrations. And while the pandemic …

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