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Posted By Marcia Siegal

Couple helps Syrian refugees

By Lawrence H. Geller

Renata Alkurdi, 55, has a twinkle in her eye and determination in her heart as she packs donated men’s, women’s and children’s clothing in a large nylon bag. Destination: Syrian refugee camps in Turkey and Lebanon.

“When people make the decision to leave their homeland because of war, they leave with the clothes on their backs,” she says.

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Posted By Marcia Siegal

Exploring my city as a senior

By Frank Burd

It’s amazing how we can live in a place and never explore it with the vigor of a tourist. I grew up in New York City but never visited the Statue of Liberty or the Empire State Building until after I moved to Philadelphia and went back to the city with friends. After living in Philadelphia for 50 years, I did something that few locals probably do. This year, I took a group tour of Philadelphia in an open-air bus. It was wonderful.

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