Ardmore couple opens hearts, books — and more — to neighborhood kids (Philly.com)
The wood post that Margit Novack had someone drill into her frosty Ardmore lawn in April was supposed to be a small memorial to a son-in-law who died of cancer. A bright red kiosk stuffed with books for children to take and enjoy.
But Novack, 66, could not stop at simple... (Philly.com)
Novack is an irrepressibly can-do woman for whom aging in place is always on her mind. She runs a business, Moving Solutions, that helps older people thin their belongings before downsizing out of their lifelong homes. She and Bill, 72, often wonder: Do our own neighbors view us as feeble? Are we the social oddities on a block brimming with young families in twins and modest singles?
The wood post that Margit Novack had someone drill into her frosty Ardmore lawn in April was supposed to be a small…www.philly.com
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