It Takes A Vision to Build A Village: The History of Greenwood Village South

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AuthorHouse, May 7, 2009 - Reference - 236 pages
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The seed of an idea, after years of discussion, exploration of options, and the honing of possibilities, finally burst into the flower of a vision for a new style of living for retirement years. The vision became reality in the form of a village on the edge of town in Greenwood, Indiana when financing, space and leadership came together.  It was the only retirement community of its kind.  There was no model, nor prototype to follow.  Here you will read about the roller coaster ride that has brought Greenwood Village South from seed to sunlight.   

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The authoring committee of resident retirees brings to this book a unique flavor and a special appeal to retirees and others considering retirement.  The co-author, who was also a retiree, spent many hours transcribing interviews conducted by committee members and placing them into a chronological narrative.

Coming from a variety of professions, the skills of each member were capitalized upon to weave the remarkable history of the village into this book.  All time has been donated and none will profit financially from the production of this book.  

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