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June 28. 2013 1:15PM

Rural ‘villages’ help older adults stay in their homes

A sprawling 72-acre wooded homestead overlooking Hunt’s Pond in Hancock is an unlikely retreat for a 75-year-old woman living alone. And Francelia Clark is the first to admit she hadn’t planned on managing her timber-framed house on her own, but it was something she wound up doing after her husband passed away five years ago.

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