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What Cherokee Village is like for active adults
Cherokee Village is an affordable 15,000 acre resort and retirement community located in the natural beauty of an Ozark forest. Amenities include two 18-hole golf courses, 6 swimming pools, a private beach, tennis courts, recreation centers, fitness center, senior center, horseshoe pits, two nature trails, and seven lakes for boating or fishing. A vibrant community, Cherokee VIllage has over 100 clubs and service organizations, 24 churches...
What Tacoma is like for active adults
Tacoma is a port city of 200,000 on Puget Sound, about 32 miles southwest of Seattle. Commencement Bay is the deep water port for the City, one reason why Tacoma was chosen as the western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railway in the late 1800's. The University of Washington has a branch in Tacoma. The city has invested heavily in restoring the downtown, which has numerous museums and theaters. Photo of the historic South J St. neighborhood courtesy of Wikipedia and Ben Cody...
What Champaign is like for active adults
Champaign/Urbana is a college town of 82,500 people in central Illinois. A big part of this town's excitement comes from being the home of the University of Illinois and Parkland College. There are also a number of tech startups. M2 on Neil, a nine-story, $40 million, mixed-use project is located at the corner of Neil and Church Street. M2 on Neil features retail and office space, and 50 upscale condominiums. Photos courtesy of Wikipedia...
What Needham is like for active adults
Needham is a well-off suburban town of 29,000 near Boston. It is home to the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, an engineering school. A nearby town is Wellesley. Photo of Town Hall courtesy of Wikipedia and Magicpiano...