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shop teacher from Roosevelt El- ementary, can be found in Harbor Crest’s Wood Shoppe any day of the week, carving toy dump trucks from wood donated by a former Dellwood CEO. Jack and his many helpers, Harbor Crest residents, some family members, Harbor Crest employees and community volunteers, come together every week to paint trucks as a group and share their latest news with each other. The group has grown in num-


bers since 2007, and continues to increase in volunteers as more people become aware of just how much these little trucks can change the life of a child who is without.


return. “They may have a small place down in Florida, California or Arizona, and they come up here during the summer,” Cunningham says, “They may want to downsize and they want simplicity.” Active West Builders developed


Meadow Ranch as a “rural oasis” for active older adults. A refur- bished 1940’s dairy barn and 80- year old windmill are the corner- stones of this quaint neighborhood. When the weather is nice, you’ll


see people visiting their neighbors, gardening and picking fresh fruits and vegetables in the community orchard. It’s what some Meadow Ranch residents refer to as “Porch Living.” It’s a return to a slower pace and quieter time when being a good neighbor was more than an insurance company slogan.


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