Huntsville named one of the best places to retire

From the article “Huntsville named one of the best places to retire by Where to Retire magazine” by Mike Marshall in The Huntsville Times:

Huntsville, a city becoming accustomed to accolades, has made another national list. The city has been selected by Where to Retire, a magazine designed to help retirees with relocation decisions, as a top retirement town. Huntsville will be profiled in the magazine’s January/February 2012 issue. That issue will be available on Dec. 20. “Huntsville is a growing city, yet it maintains the charm and hospitality of a small Southern town,” said Mary Lu Abbott, the Where to Retire editor. “Retirees easily stay busy, volunteering for local charities, enjoying a live performance at a theater or participating in one of the country’s largest adult-learning programs at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.” Among Huntsville’s other recent honors: one of the world’s top 10 smartest cities by Forbes; the nation’s fourth-strongest building market by Businessweek; and America’s top midsize city to launch and grow a business by Fortune Small Business magazine.

For the complete article please see http://blog.al.com/breaking/2011/12/huntsville_named_one_of_the_be.html.

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