This story is from March 14, Mar 14,7: Meet the JOY Club Just Older Youth — a small group of strangers on Facebook who are getting to know each other now so that, one day, they can all live together as neighbours.
The club has about 30 single men and women in their 50s and 60s who intend to move en masse into a retirement community in the near future. She singles club in bangalore a Facebook page with the intention of forming an offline alliance that would collectively prepare for retired life.
Why not get together and buy or rent houses in the same retirement complex? They would then move in with the muchneeded emotional support required of such a life-changing relocation.
Every potential member is vetted singles club in bangalore know if their objectives and attitude are in sync with the group. Nishi believes friendships will eventually close around common interests, and subgroups that form may opt to retire together to different communities. A few years ago Bharati clib up her job to look after her ailing mother, who counselled her to move to a retirement community when she grew older.
The JOY Club has already started conducting recces to retirement communities in different cities, weighing them for proximity to urban life, amenities, atmosphere, and budget. Parimal Gandhi, 64, is keeping an open mind about the proposed.
He hopes to find among them people who share his love for travel, classical music and theatre. Trending Videos 7 times Anupama Gowda slayed on Instagram. The secret of glowing skin and shiny hair SAT Navbharat Times. clkb
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