Capital City Village members and friends were supposed to hear surgeon, professor, and author Atal Gawande on Monday, February 13, talk about his book Being Mortal.
The occasion was a celebration of the 15 th anniversary of the founding of the Village movement.
“Even as we age, we are making new friends,” he added.
When he finished, Tommi asked the table groups to discuss the obstacles that people face as they age.
He recounted that it started with seniors in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston, and after the New York Times ran a story about it in 2006, his wife, Sue, visited the Beacon Hill Village on a business trip.
That trip planted the seed for Capital City Village. One call to the CCV office suffices for referrals, assistance, or information.
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